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 » Government & Politics Law

The benefits of becoming a sovereign citizen include never having to pay a traffic ticket again, being able to get rid of debts by using bonds and being unable to be sued in any court in the country. Further, a sovereign... 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 »