Do i need U.S. citizenship to work in the U.S.A.?

Answer If you are not a U.S. citizen, it may still be possible to work in The United States. Those who are non-citizens and are not otherwise lawful permanent residents will need to apply for an Employmen... Read More »

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How to Get an English Citizenship or a Work Visa?

Two separate issues are brought up in this question. The first is the right to work in the United Kingdom, and the second is how to be granted citizenship, which in return would give the right to w... Read More »

Does a British citizen lose his citizenship if he acquires citizenship of the United States?

A British citizen will not have his citizenship taken away if he acquires citizenship in the United States. Britain is one of many countries that allows and recognizes dual citizenship.References:U... Read More »

How to Get U.S. Citizenship?

A person automatically becomes a U.S. citizen if born in the United States or its territories. A child born outside the U.S. may be considered a citizen at birth if at least one parent was a citize... Read More »

Does Obama have U.S. citizenship?

Barack Obama is a United States citizen because he was born in the state of Hawaii in 1961. The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution grants "all persons born" in the United States, citizenship ... Read More »