Basically some basic US history and politics questions.
if your not from this country then you have to take a test, so you can become a citizen
no, just take a citizen test. no marriage required
No, he has to take a test and qualify to become an American citizen.
You have to pass an English and government test.
if you were born there, or if you take a citizenship test there.
can a Canadian citizen become us citizen
The parents take a citizens test
Born in the United States with/without parents citizens, become a citizen through taking classes and the citizenship test, serve in the US military.
you would have to apply for a citizen ship. which requires a citizenship test and a lot of other aspects
No, the parent does not automatically become a citizen.
one must apply for citizenship and take a test
You can be born a US Citizen.You can become a naturalized US Citizen.
No, they do not become a citizen by virtue of marriage.
You probably only get a written notice that you have passed the citizenship test. The day that you swear in front of a judge and receive an official certificate is the day you officially become a citizen in the US. =============================
You have to take a test and if you passed it you can become a us citizen
The best place to find information about becoming an US citizen is through the US Citizen and Immigration Services site, which is maintained by the government. One can also find books on how to become a citizen and how to study for the citizenship test at large bookstores such as Barnes and Nobel.
You said it yourself- by birth, meaning you have to be born in the US to be a US citizen. You can also become a naturalized US citizen if you've lived here for a certain amount of time. The test will be English unless you meet specific requirements to take it in a different language.
You cannot promise to become a U.S Citizen. You have to be born in the U.S to be an actual citizen. If you were born in another country, you are not a citizen. Besides that, if you were living in America for at least 13 years, you must pass a test in order to become one.
contact youre state department and take a test
No. You do not become a US citizen by marrying one. That is for you to earn by your own abilities!
You have to take the United States Citizenship test. The test is given by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Whether or not you have a child who is a US citizen, you can become a US citizen if you are legally in the country, have lived in the US continuously for 5 years or more, are not disqualified by past criminal convictions and the like, pass a test, pay a fee, and take an oath. Having a child who is a US citizen does not exempt you from any of the naturalization requirements that apply to non-citizens in general.
No. The condensed version is: For an immigrant to marry a US citizen it does not grant them citizenship. They have to first obtain their green card (after marriage), then if they want to become a US citizen, they must apply for US citizenship. Then to become a citizen of the US, they have to apply for citizenship, study the country's history, pass a test on what they've studied, and swear an oath to be loyal to the US before they can be sworn in as a citizen.
A person can become a citizen of the US by 1) birth in the US 2) birth abroad to US citizen parents 3) naturalization
Yes, once you are a certain age, in order to be living in the U.S.A, you have to take the test to be considered a American Citizen.