No. In order to be deported, a citizen would first have their citizenship revoked. You can not revoke the citizenship of a natural born citizen.
9 Answers · Politics & Government · 22/08/2019
Maybe not faster, but you being a US Permanent Resident makes it MUCH more likely your visa application(s) will be approved. That means you need to ensure you include the information you are a US...
5 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/08/2019
...separation or divorce or annulment - the foreign party MUST return to country of citizenship immediately (you pay for their trip back home). IF the marriage ...
4 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/08/2019
Ireland would not be able give you citizenship based on the birth place of your great-great-grandparent even if such a...Citizenship of any EU country gives you free movement so you can get citizenship (say) of Greece through a grandparent, go and live in the ROI and get...
4 Answers · Politics & Government · 13/08/2019
... young. I applied for, and received Canadian citizenship, but, the Brits still consider me British as well.
8 Answers · Politics & Government · 05/08/2019
I wouldn't think so. You don't even have to be a citizen to join the military.
1 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/08/2019
With a "travel document," and no UK passport (or passport from your country of citizenship), you need a visa.
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 03/08/2019
... college degrees they can get a special visa which can lead to citizenship. If they travel around, leave the country for a certain amount of ...
5 Answers · Politics & Government · 31/07/2019
...school + living expenses + return transportation to your country of citizenship. You can go home to Canada for summer vacation & work there. State...
5 Answers · Politics & Government · 29/07/2019