Yes, but the illegal immigrant must seek a lawyer to help them become a citizen. The illegal may even have to return to their native country and await citzenship rights to the U.S. but just because an illegal marries a citizen does not give them a free pass. It may however, speed up the process.
Native citizen is one who is a citizen of his country by birthright.If parents are citizens of a country, by birth or naturalization, automatically kids become the citizens of that country through birth right.But naturalized citizen is one who goes through the naturalization process of another country he has chosen to settle in to become a citizen and its not his home country or the country where he was born and of which he/she is already a citizen by birth.
European citizens retain the citizenship of their native country. They have relaxed travel restrictions to the rest of the European Union if their native country is a member of the European Union.
it is a colonists
A native born citizen is a person who was born a citizen of a certain country by virtue of the laws of that country . For example, I am a native born citizen of the United States because I was born a United States Citizen. This term shouldn't be confused with natural born citizen, which a legal term unique to the United States Constitution. Addendum: In the U.S., native born is a subset of natural born. All native borns are natural born but not all all natural borns are native born. Anyone born in the U.S. (save for children born to foreign diplomats or to foreign armed service members) are native born, and consequently natural born. As native born requires being born within the country, in this case the U.S., a child born to citizen parents abroad is still natural born, but not native born.
Only a native born citizen can become the President of the US.
a native born citizen
It's the place you were born. If you were born in USA you are a native American citizen. ---- You don't become a native citizen. Either you are or you aren't, as noted above. To become a naturalized citizen is another story.
Depends on your country. In the US it is illegal for everybody except Native Americans, for whom it is legal for spiritual or religious purposes.
Sugar gliders are not permitted to be kept as pets in Australia, the country to which they are native. Australians value their native animals, especially delicate ones like sugar gliders, and it is illegal to keep them in captivity.
You cannot get a greencard if you are illegal. You will have to leave the US and return to your native country and apply for a visa. You will be barred from entering the US for 10 years since you are here illegally. If you entered the US as a child and were unaware of your illegal entry at that time, you are expected to return to your native country when you turn 18 and then apply for legal entry to the US.
Because they can be grown into new plants that may not be native to the country you are visitng !
Passports aren't issued by cities, they are issued by countries. In order to have a passport, you need to be a citizen of the country you are applying to. So if you are a British citizen, you get a UK passport, if you are a Canadian citizen, you get a Canadian passport. It doesn't matter where you were born, it's what country you are a citizen. If you don't have citizenship then you cannot have a passport. Ex: A Canadian citizen, who is NOT an American citizen cannot have a US passport.
It is a person who is a foreigner (not a citizen) who tours a country not native to that person.tourist travelling to and between foreign countries
In 1542 Spain made it illegal to enslave Native Americans. This was Spain's way of trying to change it's American colonies.
He has to be a citizen.
Native and citizen
The law states that she does have to get a passport for this baby or child and yes, she can travel back to her native country, but, she does have to come back every six months because the child is indeed a born citizen of the U.S. The law states that she does have to get a passport for this baby or child and yes, she can travel back to her native country, but, she does have to come back every six months because the child is indeed a born citizen of the U.S.
My native country is Tajikistan
It depends on which country you're in. Most countries have laws protecting their native wildlife, and in the U.S. and Canada killing a native hummingbird can result in serious legal penalties.
It is a person who is a foreigner (not a citizen) who tours a country not native to that person. For example a German sight seeing in London England
A Japanese is a native citizen of Japan.
An Antiochian is a native or citizen of Antioch.