There is no legal basis for becoming a sovereign citizen. Such a person believes he has a right to disobey any law that he sees fit at any time, according to JJ MacNab for Forbes. A sovereign citizen believes he is above... More »

There is no legally recognized means to becoming a sovereign citizen in the United States. Individuals who identify themselves as sovereign citizens believe federal, state and local governments operate illegally. As such... More »

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Sovereign citizens are extremists who claim that the American government has no authority over them even though they live in the United States. Sovereign citizens believe they do not have to pay taxes to the American gov... More »

Individuals are citizens of the United States through birth within the jurisdiction of the United States, birth with at least one parent who is a U.S. citizen or through a process of naturalization, explains the Departme... More »

Russian citizenship may be acquired through several means. An individual born to a Russian citizen automatically acquires Russian citizenship. Naturalization is another way to become a Russian citizen. More »

A global citizen is someone who feels like they are a part of an emerging world community and someone who works to contribute to this society’s values and beliefs. Global citizens see the world as a whole, value diversit... More »

According to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, a naturalized citizen is a foreign individual who has fulfilled the citizenship requirements established by the Immigration and Nationality Act. This act was passed... More »