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  • No.. but a legal one can.
  • If he tried, his illegal status would be exposed and he would be liable to deportation. If he wants to join the military, then he should apply for legal status.
  • 1) I don't think so. Or maybe in an illegal way. 2) You should rather apply to the French Foreign Legion, they don't ask much questions: "The French Foreign Legion (French: Légion étrangère) is a unique elite unit within the French Army established in 1831. It was created as a unit for foreign volunteers, because foreigners were forbidden to enlist in the French Army after the July Revolution in 1830." Source and further information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_Foreign_Legion
  • FOREIGNERS can. I've seen them in the Navy.
  • They do it all the time. About 1/3 of the people in the military are illegals.
  • Yes they can, but they have to hold a Lawful Permanet Resident Status(LPR) or best known as "Green Card" to be alowed to join and meet other requirements. Plus the time they stay in tath stus is limited. They do get accelarated citizenship in times of war(like right now).
  • Hey I din't mean a Capital One Credit Card.
  • The US military has a large number of non-citizens in its ranks and there is an expedited procedure to becoming a citizen if you are willing to serve the USA. Normally, if you are not a US citizen, you have to be a permanent resident in the USA to join the US military. According to one book, persons who grew up mostly in the USA can enlist and get their citizenship even if they are not in the USA legally. There is also something called Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act (also called "The DREAM Act") was a piece of proposed federal legislation in the United States that would provide certain immigrant students who graduate from an American High School, are of good moral character, arrived in the US as children, and have been in the country continuously for at least five years prior to the bill's enactment, the opportunity to earn conditional permanent residency. The students will obtain temporary residency for a lapse of six years. Within the six year period, a qualified student must attend college, and earn a two year degree, or serve in the military for two years in order to earn citizenship after the six years period. If student does not comply with either his/her college requirement or military service requirement, temporary residency will be taken away and student will be subjected to deportation. It has not passed Congress yet, but it might soon. Overall, your best bet is to join the armed services and serve this country if you want to become a US citizen. If you cannot get a college degree, you best chance might be to join the US military. The US military has a large number of non-citizens in its ranks and there is an expedited procedure to becoming a citizen if you are willing to serve the USA. Source(s): How to Get a Green Card, Nolo Press, 8th Edition, pages 196 - 197. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DREAM_Act

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