The rules and requirements for emancipation vary from state to state. One of the requirements to file for emancipation is to be a resident of that state.
Those states that do allow emancipation usually take the home situation in to consideration. Given the situation, contact child care for the country of residence and see if they can help. You might consider contacting the American Consulate to see if they have suggestions for you.
The U.S. citizen files divorce proceedings in the U.S. county where he or she lives and the fact that the defendant is a Mexican citizen does not prevent the plaintiff from obtaining a judgment of divorce. If the Mexican spouse is not physically present in the United States, that will make it more difficult to serve necessary court papers, but not impossible.
S/He should file for citizenship. Try asking the local municipality for the proceedings.
A US citizen cannot also be a citizen of another country.
(in the US) Because it is a right guaranteed to EVERY citizen by the Constitution.
To be physically fit and be a descendant of a Spartan citizen.
Should the absolute privilege for communications made in judicial or other official proceedings apply to statements made when a citizen contacts the police to report suspected criminal activity? Why or Why not?
hello he had brought about the emancipation proclamation he had taught him self and became an egucated lawyer
Yes, an American citizen doesnt lose that citizenship when another citizenship is gained.
Technically NO,but should a country choose to start de-naturalization proceedings they would then not be citizens of said country & can be deported.
No. You must be physically present in Mexico in order to obtain this ID. It is not available by mail, internet, or at Mexican consulates.
Because it helped slaves get their rights of a citizen of the usa,and there are some other reasons this is just one of them.
Yes. the child is American citizen.
The possessive form of the singular noun citizen is citizen's.example: One citizen's rights should not infringe another citizen's rights.
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
No, unless one of your parents is a US citizen.
Naturalized citizen is one term.
Sparta considerd the perfect citizen a disciplined, physically fit, simple, and highly skilled in war.