I think you will have to have your 'green card' or you will get nowhere. Chetak
9 Answers · Politics & Government · 07/09/2012
...on what you consider to be a developed country, as there are different definitions . Very high developed countries that allow birthright citizenship are Argentina, Canada, Chile, and the United...
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/08/2015
... your origin (and maybe your ancestry, not always)...but petition for citizenship in the US. Every country has its own specific ...
1 Answers · Politics & Government · 21/05/2013
...answer No. The citizenship requirement to be a US...there isn't a full legal definition of a "Natural... definition which would include a dual citizenship status in the definition , I would have to assume...
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 06/06/2011
Well, if you have citizenship in any country, by definition the law does not treat you as a foreigner. How you get treated personally may be a different matter.
3 Answers · Politics & Government · 08/06/2011