if you are still here in the states on an expired card you might have to return to your country and talk with the embassy over there to renew goodluck this information is completely wrong, if your permanent resident card AKA green card has expired you will just have problems finding a job. what you can do is renew your card using the I-90 form.
Immigrants from Spain could not even apply for citizenship.
they could not apply at the cemetary
It is possible to apply for an Australian citizenship by going online to the official Australian Government website and apply for citizenship through the website.
yes, most of them do, you could ask for extension though. or even apply for new status.
You can file the application, and it may or may not be granted based on the circumstances. BUT, be truthful - because if citizenship were to be granted and the felony conviction was found later, your US citizenship could be revoked.
Illegal immigrants are not eligible to obtain citizenship. They have to meet certain requirements (including legal residency requirements in most countries) before they could even be considered. -- Help me in the battle to conquer cancer. Please support my fundraising efforts at www.conquercancer.ca/goto/donate What steps does an illegal alien over 21 years old need to take to be eligable to apply for citizenship; do they need to return to their homeland to start process?
Attaching false support documents could be a reason for application rejection. One of the main eligibility criteria to apply for US citizenship is 'good moral character'. Hiding wrong doings or not telling truth about past events could also result in rejection of application. Not paying the correct filing fee also could be a reason for your application to be rejected when you apply for US citizenship.
Prepaid minutes could expire yes. It varies from carrier to carrier. I would suggest extreme research before making your choice.
Only if you are a citizen of Poland. If you were born in Poland, you are automatically a Polish citizen. If you were born outside Poland your Polish parent(s) could apply for Polish citizenship on your behalf. Otherwise, a substancial residency in Poland is reqiuired to apply for Polish citizenship.
Someone new to the USA would first have to have held a green card for at least 5 years before they could apply to become a US citizen. One must apply at the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Nationality - is the country where you were born. Citizenship - is 'adopted' nationality. For example, I am British by birthright - I was born in England (as were many generations of my family). If I were to emigrate to Australia, I could apply for citizenship - however - my nationality on any legal documents would still say British.
You will have to consult an immigration attorney. In most cases, he will have to leave the country and apply for a visa. This could take several years!
If you are a US citizen by birth right you would get the citizenship certificate as proof for citizenship. In case you naturalized you would be given the naturalization certificate as proof for US citizenship.Using the USCIS Form N-600 you could apply for a certificate or Form N-565 to replace a lost or stolen one.
Would-be citizens had to appear before their tribal assembly and prove their descent in that tribe.
Redeem means to buy back or to reclaim. For example, you could say: You had better redeem your coupons before they expire.
No, not unless they are born in the United Kingdom. However, someone born after 1961 to a British mother, and who is a citizen of a Commonwealth country, can apply for citizenship, with a few exceptions. There are restrictions based on criminal record, etc, but in most cases, citizenship can be obtained. This is due to a change made in 2006. Prior to 2006, only children born after 1983 could apply for citizenship through their mothers.
AnswerI doubt they can apply .. that is fraud and could be punishable by not only deportation, but possibly prison time.
Yes, many times they did extend citizenship to conquered peoples. This could have been either of several classes of citizenship, not necessarily full citizenship.
Having a student visa means that you are legally in the U.S. They could change their student visa to a working visa (H1. After that they can apply for a green card and later apply for citizenship. Getting a green card can take years. Only after getting a green card they will be able to apply for citizenship. The process can become much easier if that person gets married with an American citizen. Then, it will be a question of months.
jackDaniel's will not expire, if your actually talking about making a jack Daniel's cocktail and shoving it in the fridge or something I'm going to guess that could expire and get pretty gross