US presidents are elected to a four-year term. The maximum number of full terms that a president can serve is two. Presidents who took over for another president and have served more than two years can seek only one additional term.
A presidential term is 4 years. A President can serve 2 terms. So a president can serve for a maximum of 8 years.
The president for the Philippine's can be in office for 6 years. The current president Benigno Aquino has been in office since June of 2010.
21 years if the president if it was elected.
Each term is 4 years and the president can only serve 2 terms for a total of 8 years.
6 years (i'm pretty sure)
One term is four years.
The term is four years and coincides with the president's term.
You can be Vice-president for as long as you can be re-elected to the office. There are no term limits for the VP.
Generally an ambassador keeps his job only as long as the president that gave him the job is in office.
The US constitution limits a US president to serving two terms in office.
No person can become president of the US again after completing 2 terms in office.
If you are currently in office as the US President, and your term is or has been more than two years, you can run for one more term. The 22nd Amendment to the US Constitution, establishes a two term limit for the office of the US President.
The President's term of office is 4 years. A person may be President for no more than 2 terms.
Four years is one term for a US president.
The US President has a four year term of office.