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- What if their parents are legal immigrants? For example, Marco Rubio?
If the parents are legal immigrants going through the citizenship application process and a child of theirs is born on US soil, then the child should receive citizenship when the parents receive it, assuming the child is under the age of 15 when the parents receive full citizenship.
That seems like a lot of hoops to jump through when the USA has had this policy for 150 years and it has worked out "mostly ok" with the exception of anchor babies.
Gaining citizenship in general is a lot of hoops to jump through. I know a girl and her mother from Thailand who spent several years jumping through those hoops so they could become US citizens. If they can do it (mind you, their English is atrocious, but they try), then so can all anybody else.
Legal immigrants tend to be citizens.
Plenty of legal immigrants are not citizens. Tons of my professors at school are not us citizens, and I know friends who haven't been citizens but live in the country legally with green cards for the past 20 years. My professors have worked at school for 15 years but haven't been accepted into citizenship yet. My dad lived here for 10 years before he was allowed to apply for citizenship (he's from new zealand).
You can legally reside in a country without being a citizen of said country though.
Doesnt that just make you a tourist?
No, you could be a lawful permanent resident, aka green card holders in USA. Lots of people live in countries where they aren't citizens, like people that work for Nintendo in Japan that come from america, or college professors/engineers from other nations (really common in the aerospace industry)
Can confirm. I'm a Lawful Permanent Resident from the UK. Theoretically I could go for full citizenship or even dual, but I don't care enough to go through the effort. I'm fine with being a legal second class citizen. Just means there are some jobs I don't qualify for, background checks take a little longer, and I choose not to vote since I'm claiming this isn't 'my' country. It's just where I keep all my stuff
- I saw metal, battery, and motor and was expecting one of those…
You're The Meme That I Want
Anon and his friend are...
- We can end him rightly
With the whole shebang.
- Weren't you talking a few days ago about voter fraud in alabam…
Because Voter ID is the ONLY way for voter fraud to happen?
Ballot stuffing, non enforcement of Polling Laws, Mail in ballot fraud, Registering people who shouldn't be registered, ect.
Their are several more easy ways to commit voter fraud, but the ID's are just an easy loophole to close.
- It's not like the CEO of united sat down and decided that on t…
working with professionals
- probably united given the car parked next to the plane, the bl…
working with professionals
Yeah well united accidentally threw a bag directly off of the conveyor belt towards the end
It's not like the CEO of united sat down and decided that on this flight they were going to chuck all the baggage onto the ground. This is an airport worker not doing their job.
People blame airline companies for a lot of stuff that they have no control over, like mechanical delays, flight attendants making mistakes, or baggage handlers forgetting luggage. Stuff like delays and poor in-flight service and lost bags are basically random and happen on every airline. What people should hold airlines accountable for are things like shrinking seat space, carry-on bag fees, and extra taxes/fees that airlines purposely exclude to get travel aggregate sites (like expedia or kayak) to rank them as the cheapest flight.
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