Will an American marrying a Slovenian give him US citizenship and her EU citizenship?
No on both accounts. Marriage would only increase the likelyhood that he would later on obtain citizenship, and with you, you would actually have to be in Slovenia for x number of years, or if ever to obtain legality in that country. It's a long drawn out process on both sides. Here in the states, it has become an expensive process as well. Go check out the immigration laws on the internet. You will soon find that it is not all that fun.
Mali is an Africa country. They can't give you citizenship rights for Malaysia, another country entirely. Whether marrying a Malay girl is enough for citizenship in Malaysia is another question entirely.
not unless he's painted himself pink ...heeheee
If you are a foreigner marrying a US citizen, then no you are not a US citizen. Marriage to a citizen does normally give you "permanent resident" status for the duration of the union, and qualifies you for certain paths to citizenship, but it's not automatically granted.
If a man from the US is stationed in Germany due to the Army and he and his American wife have a baby born there on an American base does the baby have dual citizenship?
Most European countries do not give babies citizenship because they were born there. They usually give citizenship to a baby because of blood.
Scottish/American . The baby will have dual citizenship.
If you are Jewish and have moved or want to move to Israel through Aliyah, you can retain your US citizenship. If you are no Jewish and want to obtain Israeli citizenship by naturalization, you have to give up your American citizenship. * People who make Aliyah to Israel, are automatically granted full Israeli citizenship after residing there for one year. During that one year, they hold on to your American passport and give you… Read More
If he is a US citizen that happens to be in Turkey, then yes. If he has Turkish citizenship, he will need to attain US citizenship (either dual citizenship or give up his Turkish citizenship for an American one).
It depends on the circumstances. By international law, it is illegal to strip somebody of their citizenship if this would render them stateless. If you are a US citizen and are not a citizen of ANYWHERE else and nobody else will give you citizenship or take you in, you cannot be stripped of your citizenship. If you have dual citizenship, (like if you have American and Canadian citizenship) then you can be stripped of your… Read More
Yes only if that person is a American applying for dual citizenship in Brazil. A person from Brazil would be unable to keep citizenship in Brazil if they wanted US citizenship. because the US requires you to give up your citizenship to all other countries except Canada citizenship.
Marrying an American citizen does not give someone the right to stay in the country.
Does the child born in United States of illegals have to choose their citizenship at 18 years of age or can they have dual citizenship?
It depends where his parents are from. If a child has US citizenship,the US does not require him to give up the US citizenship ever. But, let's say the parents are from Japan, government of Japan requires him to choose between Japanese or American nationality and give up one of them.
Americans can live in Canada if they apply for permanent residence. They do not, however, need to "give up" their citizenship and may apply for a dual citizenship. They will have both a Canadian and their American citizenships.
That would give the baby dual citizenship, check with you US cor Australian consulate,
I'm not sure. but what I am sure of is that Google can give you the correct answer. (Or somewhere pretty darn close.)
The 100 citizenship questions are not multiple choice. They ask you a question and you must give an answer. However, most of the questions are easy and if you know a little about American history then it shouldn't be hard.
Go to the nearest US mission abroad and ask them to assist you. If you want to do that in the US, contact the State Department.
If you are eligible in any way to apply for Spanish citizenship, you should first give up your current nationality.
The US itself does not have problems with multiple nationalities; It depends on your original country of citizenship. you have to check with your embassy. For example, if you are from Canada, the UK, France or Italy: you do not have to give up your nationality. If you are from Norway, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Spain, or China: you should.
Can an American citizen who was convicted of a felony and serve his time give an American citizenship to a immigrant?
Even American citizens who have never been convicted of anything cannot give citizenship to an immigrant. There are only four ways to become an American citizen: # Be born in the United States, # Be born anywhere but have parents who are citizens, # Complete the legal process for becoming a citizen, including meeting residency requirements, taking the test and reciting the oath, # Be made a citizen by special Act of Congress.
I was born in Canada and have duel citizenship with America how do ubtain American citizenship for your child who was also born in Canada?
Contact the nearest US consulate, go there and register your child's birth. The certificate they will give you will act as citizenship certificate. Then apply for your child's passport so that s/he can travel to the US with you too.
The 14th amendment granted citizenship to African American slaves freed by the 13th amendment. The 14th amendment give anyone born or naturalized in the united states are United states Citizens
Hi, if you are born in a country you get a citizenship of that country ( that is single citizenship). If you migrate to another country and get a citizenship from that country but you do not want to give up the citizenship of your home country then it is a dual citizenship.
Give up citizenship of their country and abide by US rules
Apply at the nearest embassy or consulate of your country of citizenship. *Your case would not be approved usually if you do not have another citizenship.
The Jones Act of 1917 gave citizenship to Puerto Ricans
Yes they can, but it is a matter of choice. Being Mexican-American and holding dual citizenship, they can give up allegiance to any of those two countries.
But he did marry Constanze.
It depends on your citizenship. If you have American citizenship, or citizenship from most western and central European countries, you don't need a visa. They will grant you a permit to stay for a certain length of time upon arrival. The related link goes to a web page that will give you up to date information on the process and whether or not you need a visa.
You can not lose citizenship, but you can give it up. Some people who are born with dual citizenship choose which country they want to be citizen of.
Barack Obama is a citizen of only the United States, and has never held another citizenship instead or in addition to United States citizenship. He never held Indonesian citizneship and thus never gave it up. Just as Americans living in France or Germany continue to be American citizens while they live there, Mr. Obama remained an American citizen while he lived in Indonesia.
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT confer citizenship nor does it insure permanent resident status for the immigrant spouse. It does change the priority in which either issue would be handled by the USCIS. Marrying a foreign national for the purpose of said person gaining residency or citizenship is a violation of federal law. If a "marriage of convenience" is proven the penalties are severe, both could face criminal charges carrying a 5-year prison sentence… Read More
Despite his German citizenship, he always considered himself more of a Frenchman.
Assuming that you are an American, you must go to the Auslanderamt, (immigration office) and find out what you will need to qualify Just being married does not give you citizenship rights. After you have demonstrated that you fulfill the requirements, you will receive a document which you must then take to an American Consular Office with US Citizen Services. (They are in Berlin, Frankfurt and Munich) There you must renounce your American citizenship in… Read More
The person needs to have permanent resident status. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give you citizenship or different visa status. The requirements are having been a legal permanent resident for five years. Or being a legal permanent resident and married to a US citizen for three years. The person can then apply for US citizenship.
Because the child was born in the US, it is automatically a US citizen. I believe it would also be a Chinese citizen (due to its parent's citizenship) but I'm not completely familiar with Chinese citizenship laws.
When you marry an illegal alien in Alabama, you give up your US citizenship and become a citizen of your new spouse's country. Correction: It is not possible for a citizen of the United States to give up his citizenship. Even if you formally renounce your U.S. citizenship and become a citizen of another country, the United States will not recognize your renunciation and you will still be required to pay U.S. income tax. Also… Read More
What I understand is that you can obtain duel citizenship. I understand by rights that a child born in Mexico to parents regardless of race automatically become Mexican citizens. Pending on the date of birth. At the same time you are suppose to go to the American consulate to get American citizenship so the child can travel across the border. I think it works about the same way as if parents from Mexico came to… Read More
The father has no say in it. The government determines what the requirements for citizenship are. If the rules say the child gets the citizenship of the father, it's a done deal. Dad doesn't get to decide.
If a baby is born in India to a Canadian mother and father does the baby automatically get Canadian citizenship?
It depends on the Indian Citizenship Law. If they give the instant citizenship to new born babies then the child have dual nationalities otherwise it is automatically gets the Canadian Citizenship.
Would I be able to work as a police detective in South Korea as a foreigner Of course when I have citizenship.?
Let me get this straight. I have to assume you are an American who wants to give up your American citizenship for a South Korean citizenship and become a police detective . You will need to be able read and speak Korean, go to school in Korea, go to the police training there, and live in Korea. I don't know what movie you saw that gave you this idea, but I suggest you become a… Read More
Most of the countries of the American Continent (North, Central, and South) give citizenship status to children who are born in their territory. Some examples are: the US, Canada, Argentina, Brazil, Uruguay, Venezuela, Paraguay, Colombia, Peru, Chile, ..... *Children of the diplomats are excluded.
because she thought he was a gentleman breeding
No, it only freed the slaves in the states that were in rebellion. Citizenship didn't come until the 13th amendment in 1867.
Can a US citizen apply for citizenship of India if her husband is a US citizen and he does not want to become an Indian citizen?
She can, but she will have to give up her US citizenship, not a good idea.
So we could fight in WWI
give up your Indian citizenship
honesty, integrity, morality and trustworthiness
No. Women got voting rights from the 19th amendment. the 14th stated that no one could be denied citizenship because of race, religion, etc. (used to give African Americans citizenship).