can a become a us citizen with a governor pardon?

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Answered: What to do if a US citizen dies in Frieburg, Germany

I don't know what other option you have other than shipping the body back home. Unless you bury the deceased in Germany.

Answered: I am a senior citizen how much should i be paying at this time

If you are asking about Medicare, most people pay no monthly payment for Part A; the standard rate for Part B is $104.90 per month, but if you earn more than $85,000 per year, there is an additional IRMAA charge. And you can get supplemental insurance, anywhere from $50 per month to $160 per month ...

Answered: How to write the n.y state governer to pardon daughters felony

You don't. Your daughter or her attorney has to be the one to generate this letter.

Answered: Pardon

You only need a pardon if you have been convicted of a crime. The governor of a state can pardon a person, but it is a rare event.

Answered: How does a person qualify for a presidential pardon

This is a very informative site regarding requirments for pardon.

Answered: Apply for a Pardon

I wouldn't make it your goal to get a presidential pardon. Just explain when you apply to jobs that you made a stupid mistake 20 years ago... but you are very different now.
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Presidential Pardon and Undocumented Persons

Answers one and four are very inaccurate. The power of a President of the U S A to issue pardons is clearly outlined in the U S Constitution, Article ll, section 2. It reads ""The President ... shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases ...

How to get a pardon from the state of mississippi

u have to aply to the pardons and prola boad, u can be on probation and have finished all ur oblations to the state ,

Can ex convicts become police officers if they receive a pardon

On 12/19/2002 I was convicted on a civil rights violation in Texas. What steps do I need to take to request a pardon and do I ask our president for this pardon?

Can anyone be pardoned?

Thanks to those who posted answers.