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  • Joining Navy or other military services to gain legal status?

    Is that true guys? Joining military services is like getting american citizenship? wow!

  • #2
    No. In order to join the United States military, a person must be either a U.S. Citizen or a Permanent Resident.

    Permanent Residents who serve in the military are immediately eligible to apply for U.S citizenship.

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    • #3
      may i ask how long does it take for military servicemen for a naturalization to be processed?my husband has received a notice of action(I-797c)with sept 7,2006 notice date.It stated that he should w8 to be notified of the date and place of his interview.how long does he have to wait?
      pls help!

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      • #4
        Originally posted by SunDevilUSA:
        Permanent Residents who serve in the military are immediately eligible to apply for U.S citizenship.
        Ha ha... Application is the easy part... if you ever get that citizenship, thanks to background check BS, now that is something.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by chizza:
          may i ask how long does it take for military servicemen for a naturalization to be processed?my husband has received a notice of action(I-797c)with sept 7,2006 notice date.It stated that he should w8 to be notified of the date and place of his interview.how long does he have to wait?
          pls help!
          Forget it if your husband is from the Middle East or if they think he is from Middle East! It could be YEARS unless of course you sue them.
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          • #6
            True. Those of Middle Eastern descent would find it harder to join the US military service. Even those applying as pilots now get scrutinized more. Of course if you're 100% white or causasian...meaning you look like a white supremacist or belong to KKK, it's a lot easier.

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            • #7
              My husband is a Filipino and he is a legal permanent resident(GC holder). does it make a difference.?Is this a hopeless case for him?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by macyuhoo:
                True. Those of Middle Eastern descent would find it harder to join the US military service.
                No, it is not hard to join the service for a certain ethnic background, military's security check is far more effective and quick, compared to middle easterns we have more people gained entrance to the service with some kind of moral waiver for law violations.

                Even those applying as pilots now get scrutinized more.
                http://www.todaysmilitary.com/app/tm...mansour_elhihi

                F-15 Fighter Pilot USAF, middle eastern descent!

                As long as you profile people as a government, you will always hurt the innocent more than you want to hunt down the terrorist.
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                • #9
                  Originally posted by chizza:
                  My husband is a Filipino and he is a legal permanent resident(GC holder). does it make a difference.?Is this a hopeless case for him?
                  NO, not whatsoever! He might get it in 4 to 6 months.
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                  • #10
                    Is that true guys? Joining military services is like getting american citizenship? wow!
                    The Law exists in the books that explicitly permits the DOD to enlist undocumented aliens (and gives DHS authority to assist DOD), especially during the wartime, if various requirements are met and given that enlistment would serve National/Public interests.
                    However, to the best of my knowledge, that law is never utilized (or, if it is, then occurences must be so rare as not to be publicly known).

                    Instead, from time to time (as media reports) something else takes place: certain illegal aliens buy counterfeit Green Cards, SS cards and enlist fraudulently, in direct violation of law.
                    This is extremely risky behavior, a felony carrying the punishment of dishonorable discharge and prison sentence if caught (and there are reports of such occurences).
                    Ironically, if one who was enlisted through such activity (using counterfeit GC, SS, Birth Certificate and etc.) succeeds to serve military in good standing (with immigration status and enlistment violation undetected) and succeds to do so (serve in good standing) for a certain length of time (a year or more), then , under yet another law in the books such individual - in fact an illegal alien - is eligible to apply for Naturalization and get US Citizenship promptly (assuming that all other requirements are met, BGC complete and enlistee was a Soldier/Officer in good standing).
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                    • #11
                      Если нелегал замочит черно жоп ского врага в ираке, то карта зелена будет такому мексу!

                      --THIS IS VERY LEGAL ADVISE --

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                      • #12
                        вж оппу теб бя ебба ать !penetrationing !

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                        • #13
                          Hey Chizza, your husband is a Filipino while my fiance is a Filipina. To answer your question, Filipinos are among the best preferred not only in the military service but also in the government. My fiance works for the Federal. Not that I'm being bias, Filipinos speak and write better English than other ethnic groups. Filipinos can easily adopt to our system. Filipinos are hard workers. Don't forget that the Filipinos fought and died for the US flag for centuries. Many Fil-Ams soldiers were killed in Iraq one of whom was my cousin's buddy in San Francisco who was buried recently.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by macyuhoo:
                            Not that I'm being bias, Filipinos speak and write better English than other ethnic groups. Filipinos can easily adopt to our system. Filipinos are hard workers.
                            Sorry but it is overly biased. I spoke better English than any Filipino I have ever met in my career in service and civilians I met in Korea. You know, the prostitution market in Korea is overrun by filipino girls right? Not that I have participated but it is a pain for the US Military and it is a pain for the soldier to hear the notorious human trafficking and prostitution briefings over and over again. This is not to burst your bubble about Filipinos, but every ethnicity has the other side of the medallion.

                            When service members go to Asia, they don't bring back Japanese or Korean wives. Guess who they bring back...

                            http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Juicy_girl
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Lerka Я:
                              вж оппу теб бя ебба ать !penetrationing !
                              What is this? Red storm rising?
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