Divorce may continue but Green Card status might be lost as you cannot stay indefinitly in Nigeria. Check with INS for anmount of time you can stay out of the US without being penalized and green card revoked.
No the flag of Nigeria can not be flown by a Nigerian citizen outside his home.
are there fees for an american leaving nigeria
DO you need a bta to leave nigeria to come to the USA if us citizen
what are the obligations of the nigeria govrnment towads its citizen discuss on it
Enjoying fundamental human rights and being recognized as a citizen were effects of nationalism in Nigeria.
S/He should file for citizenship. Try asking the local municipality for the proceedings.
In order to encourage the citizen in vocation and technical education.
the word is does (not dose). Yes, you need a passport and a visa to go to Nigeria.
If you are a citizen of or living in Nigeria at the time the book was fixed in a tangible medium, it is automatically protected by copyright.
If you live in Nigeria, you are probably a citizen of Nigeria. To even think about recruitment into the United States Navy you need to be a citizen of the US first. If you are able to obtain that, then look for your nearest recruitment office, they have many offices to get you started.
(in the US) Because it is a right guaranteed to EVERY citizen by the Constitution.
For a us Citizen No,but if you are from other country YeS
Need sponsor first...
if u were born in the uk and now a citizen how much does it cost for the bta to come back to the usa from nigeria
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?
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.
Technically NO,but should a country choose to start de-naturalization proceedings they would then not be citizens of said country & can be deported.
By: Ogunbayo Ibrahimrealibro@yahoo.com28.(1) Subject to the other provisions of this section, a person shall forfeit forthwith his Nigerian citizenship if, not being a citizen of Nigeria by birth, he acquires or retains the citizenship or nationality of a country, other than Nigeria, of which he is not a citizen by birth.(2) Any registration of a person as a citizen of Nigeria or the grant of a certificate of naturalisation to a person who is a citizen of a country other than Nigeria at the time of such registration or grant shall, if he is not a citizen by birth of that other country, be conditional upon effective renunciation of the citizenship or nationality of that other country within a period of not more than five months from the date of such registration or grant.29.(1) Any citizen of Nigeria of full age who wishes to renounce his Nigerian citizenship shall make a declaration in the prescribed manner for the renunciation.(2) The President shall cause the declaration made under subsection (1) of this section to be registered and upon such registration, the person who made the declaration shall cease to be a citizen of Nigeria.(3) The President may withhold the registration of any declaration made under subsection (1) of this section if-(a) the declaration is made during any war in which Nigeria is physically involved; or(b) in his opinion, it is otherwise contrary to public policy.(4) For the purposes of subsection (1) of this section.(a) "full age" means the age of eighteen years and above;(b) any woman who is married shall be deemed to be of full age.30.(1) The President may deprive a person, other than a person who is a citizen of Nigeria by birth or by registration, of his citizenship, if he is satisfied that such a person has, within a period of seven years after becoming naturalised, been sentenced to imprisonment for a term of not less than three years.(2) The President shall deprive a person, other than a person who is citizen of Nigeria by birth, of his citizenship, if he is satisfied from the records of proceedings of a court of law or other tribunal or after due inquiry in accordance with regulations made by him, that -(a) the person has shown himself by act or speech to be disloyal towards the Federal Republic of Nigeria; or(b) the person has, during any war in which Nigeria was engaged, unlawfully traded with the enemy or been engaged in or associated with any business that was in the opinion of the president carried on in such a manner as to assist the enemy of Nigeria in that war, or unlawfully communicated with such enemy to the detriment of or with intent to cause damage to the interest of Nigeria.