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Lilwin Congratulates His Wife As She Becomes A US Citizen

Linwin’s wife has officially become a citizen of the United States, bringing immense joy to the actor.

The ‘A Country Called Ghana’ producer expressed his deep admiration and affection for her once more on Instagram.

He posted:

Congratulations on achieving citizenship in the United States of America. May you enjoy many years of success and happiness in this the country that believes so deeply in freedom. Am supper proud to have you as my wife and a mother to my children. I love you so much ❤️🙏🏻First lady of WizzyEmpire 🙏🏻❤️❤️

United States nationality law outlines the criteria for holding United States nationality. Citizenship in the U.S. is typically acquired through provisions in the U.S. Constitution, various laws, and international agreements.

Citizenship is considered a right under the Constitution, not a privilege, for those born in the U.S. under its jurisdiction and those who have been “naturalized”.

While citizenship and nationality are often used interchangeably in domestic documents, nationality is a broader concept that encompasses national identity and formal membership in a nation, while citizenship is specifically for nationals with recognized status.

Individuals born in any of the 50 U.S. states, the District of Columbia, or almost any inhabited territory are U.S. citizens by birthright.

The only exception is American Samoa, where individuals are typically non-citizen U.S. nationals at birth. Foreign nationals residing in any state or eligible territory may naturalize after becoming permanent residents and meeting a residency requirement (usually five years).

Source – Tru News Report


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