Requirements for citizenship?
born in the u.s or a territory
Good health, a rather standard height, and Roman citizenship were all the requirements for the Roman military. Good health, a rather standard height, and Roman citizenship were all the requirements for the Roman military. Good health, a rather standard height, and Roman citizenship were all the requirements for the Roman military. Good health, a rather standard height, and Roman citizenship were all the requirements for the Roman military. Good health, a rather standard height, and…
There were no particular requirements for Roman citizenship just as there are no particular requirements for, say, British or American citizenship. (modern historical/constitutional testing excluded) The Romans were automatic citizens if their parents were citizens or if their parents were freed slaves. Some people of certain towns were granted blanket citizenship and some individuals were granted citizenship for service of some type to Rome, such as an auxiliary, being granted citizenship upon his completion of…
They must be present in the United States and must meet the requirements for naturalization. If you would like to know where to find this answer please go to www.ask.com and type in What residence and physical presence requirements must an applicant for citizenship meet? and then you should get your answer!
If an American marries a Mexican what are the requirements for the Mexican to receive American citizenship?
None of the member states of the EU will allow you to apply for their citizenship right after the marriage. You must first get the permanent residence of the concerned member state and meet all the requirements (e.g. residence period, language ability and even renouncing the US citizenship if they require you to). After that you can apply for their citizenship.
You should: Hold an Indefinite Leave to Remain, Live in the UK for at least 5 years, Be able to communicate in English, or Welsh, or Gaelic, Take the written test for citizenship Take the oath of British citizenship if you meet the previous requirements and receive your British citizenship certificate.
What if you were born in Canada but want to get a citizenship for the us without giving up your citizenship for Canada having duel citizenships for both countries is this possible?
Fulfilling the requirements for U.S. citizenship does NOT cancel your Canadian citizenship. Canadian citizenship is permanent, and (unless obtained by fraud) cannot be revoked by the Canadian Government for ANY reason unless you renounce it yourself. Also, the U.S. does not require Canadians to renounce their citizenship when becoming U.S. Citizens.
As a spouse of a U.S. citizen you may apply for citizenship after becoming a permanent resident (green card) for 3 years instead of the 5 years normally required of immigrants. There are other requirements as well such as being able to read, write and understand English and pass the citizenship exam. You do not automatically become a u.s. citizen through marriage. See the USCIS website for rules and requirements.
Would having a birth certificate only be absolute proof of citizenship in US if father was not a citizen mother did not meet requierment for citizenship?
This question is meaningless, it is missing punctuation. But the answer of the question "Would having only a birth certificate be absolute proof of citizenship, in the US, if your father was not a citizen and your mother did not meet the requirements for citizenship?" would be no. For example, Czech birth certificates have nothing to do with US citizenship.