What are the requirements to become a president?
You must be a native born american (parents must be legal americans as well), must be 35 years of age, and must have lived in the U.S. for 14 years.
What are three requirements that the president and the vice president must meet in order to be elected?
Although the U.S. Constitution does not spell out specific qualifications to be Vice President of the United States, most Constitutional experts believe that the Vice President must meet the same requirements as those to become President: 35 years of age, a natural-born US citizen and a resident of the United States for at least 14 years. Since all Vice Presidents to date have met these requirements, there has never been a challenge to this.
According to the constitution a person must meet certain requirements in order Tobe eligible to become president name one of these requirements?
Yes it does. John F. Kennedy, like other presidents, was an American citizen, so it was perfectly logical that he could become and did become president. He fulfilled all the requirements to become president. The fact that some of his ancestors came from Ireland doesn't impact that. Most importantly, the people voted for him.
I am not sure what you are asking: if you are asking whether Barack Obama is a citizen, yes he is. He was born in Hawaii in 1961. If you are asking what are the citizenship requirements to be president, a president must be at least 35 years old an a natural-born citizen of the United States. Barack Obama was both of these things when he became president. And if you are asking about the…
In Article II, Section 1, the Constitution defines the formal requirements for the office of President. There are no classes or schooling required to assume the office of President, providing a person meets all the constitutional requirements. However, the voters do expect the person seeking the office of President to have some political background. Many of our presidents have had political experience prior to becoming President of the United States. MrV