Yes, all assets must be disclosed. Please note that nothing in this posting or in any other posting constitutes legal advice; this is simply my understanding of the facts and law, which I do not warrant, and I am not suggesting any course of action or inaction to any person. Speak to a lawyer for specific advice. If you have any questions, please refer to a lawyer in your jurisdiction. Thanks!
No. And if you're not a Canadian citizen, the only way you can join - even from Canada - is to either first be naturalised as a Canadian citizen, or else possess a skill which the Canadian Forces need badly enough that they would allow a foreign national to enlist.
When applying for German citizenship, you should ask them for a permission to retain foreign nationality. If they do not approve that, and you still want to become a German citizen, then you should renounce your Canadian nationality.
Yes. You should travel with a passport to all foreign countries.
Yes. The United States has no restriction against foreign persons owning land.
Unless you're a dual citizen you don't have a choice - you need to be a citizen of the country to serve in its military. The above is actually only true in regards to the Canadian Forces - they require you to be a Canadian citizen. You can join the US military as a foreign citizen, provided you've established permanent residence in the US, and have declared an intent to become a US citizen.
Typically, no. The Canadian Forces are limited to Canadian citizens, unless a foreign national residing in Canada possesses certain skill sets which the Canadian Forces are in need of badly enough to permit a foreigner into the ranks.
You are required to be be a Canadian citizen in order to enlist, although there seems to be a provision which could possibly allow a foreign citizen to enlist, provided they're qualified with a skill which the Canadian Forces is in need of. Still, it seems like a longshot, although it never hurts to simply sit down and talk to a recruiter. See related link.
she can stay there as long as she want...
Not automatically, no. Any foreign national CAN become a US citizen, but, request has to be made. In many cases, dual citizenship may be offered by the original nation, and may or may not be considered by the US INS. Please make careful inquiry of BOTH the original nation and the US INS to avoid any problems. _____________________________________________________________________ yes, even if you werent canadian.
Diversity of Citizenship: Parties from two or more states if the amount in question is above $75,000 Federal Question: Such as Bill of Rights Foreign: US citizen or Business is in dispute with a foreign entity. Bankruptcy
A Bankruptcy Clause was included in the Constitution to end any ambiguity over jurisdiction between states in bankruptcy proceedings. The federal government combines state and federal statutes. Natural law is a federal statute only and no state has the right to declare a foreign individual as a citizen of the United States.
If a US citizen gives birth in a foreign country, the child IS a US citizen. In many countries (depending on where you are), the child would have dual citizenship.
Yes they are.
That depends on whether the foreigner actually was actually a spouse, or just a holder of a spouse visa (green card).
Yes, they are a natural born citizen.
If you are an foreign citizen residing in Canada, you are NOT an foreign diplomat, and your child is born in Canada, you can apply for his/her Canadian birth certificate. When you receive the birth certificate, the child is officially a Canadian citizen and you can apply for his/her Canadian passport even though you are not a Canadian yourself.In this case, the child has received US citizenship based on principles of jus sanguinis (law of blood) and Canadian citizenship based on jus soli (law of ground).***Please note that you should immediately register your child's birth at the nearest US embassy or consulate general and obtain a 'certificate of birth abroad' and then apply for a passport. All dual-national US citizens must enter and leave the United States using their American passport.
Assuming that he/she is over 35...Only if the US citizen candidate was born in the US or to qualified US Citizen parents in a foreign country. Additional citizenships don't affect candidacy for President.
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After a petition is filed and accepted. Yes.
Why would her nationality, citizenship, or his military status disqualify her for a divorce? It would be the same as for a foreign citizen married to a civilian, or an American citizen married to someone in the military.
They are not- in Canada. Alien means belonging to a foreign country or nation. A Canadian in the US is an alien- they belong to Canada, a different country. A US Citizen in Canada is an alien- they belong to the US.
A US citizen can marry a foreign national on a tourist visa. The only requirement is that neither of them should already be married.
If the foreign citizen is in the US and violates a treaty of the US, he/she can be brought in a US court. Otherwise, if the citizen is in another country, the court of that country is responsible for that violation.