"I don't know what kind of language he used, or of they do that kind of thing any more."
I don't get a vote. Do I still get to feel better than you? (actually, I'm feeling pretty disenfranchised this year...there was a Canadian election, but I couldn't register to vote absentee because I no longer have a legal residence there. And, of course, I am not a citizen here, so cannot vote in the US election. Nobody loves me!)
Yes, Kate. Feel free to feel superior to me anytime you wish.How long does it take to become a citizen here? I understand Canada not wanting you to vote there, since you don't have a vested interest in the results of the election, but I should think you'd be well on your way to being legit over here.
I don't get to start the process until I've had my green card 5 years (so, year after next). Then I've been told I can expect the process to drag on for several months or years after that. 7 years is the average time from start to finish, and the citizenship test costs around $800/sitting.
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