First you must obtain a passport to travel to other countries. Then you must obtain a visa to travel to that country. Usually, you are a resident first for a while, meaning that you live there but are not necessarily a Canadian citizen. Then, you go to a court house, answer some questions in Canadian history, most likely pledge your allegiance, sign a bunch of papers, and you are then a Canadian citizen. Harder than you thought, isn't it?
To become a resident of the US when currently a Canadian citizen, one needs a passport. The exact qualifications to become a resident and also becoming a citizen of the US, can be found by asking the nearest US consulate office in Canada.
The answer is no. But the children born from this marriage will automatically become US citizens. The spouse of US citizen will be eligible to become US citizen after he/she (the non-US citizen) stay in US for a minimum of 3 years as a Permanent Resident.
No, but it is the document that would make it easiest. Being born to an American citizen is moot however. For any Canadian what is needed is proof of Canadian citizenship AND government issued photo ID, generally a drivers license. This has been the requirements since 31 January 2008.The American parent is only relevant if the person is attempting to become an American citizen.Full details found at http://www.cbsa-asfc.gc.ca/whti-ivho/menu-eng.html
No, because it is illegal in Canada. If you are within the U.S, you can apply. But, you can obtain a license for a state in the U.S, even though you are Canadian, you can go bounty hunting in that specific state.
can a Canadian citizen become us citizen
the simplest way is to marry a canadian citizen
You can lose it if you become a Canadian citizen through Naturalization.
if they are not born in canada or if there parents are not citizen
Yes, You have to go through a tough process but yes a Canadian can become a Citizen by marrying an American.
It is not possible to become a Canadian Citizen just by marrying a Canadian citizen. Citizenship cannot be acquired by marriage in any country.
he will stay American citizen....he has to apply to become a Canadian citizen or his wife has to apply for him and will have to tell the court that she has married him
Yes, you do.
If they hold a Canadian citizenship they already are Canadian and there is no need to apply.
if you were born in Canada
How do immigrants become a Canadian citizen