U.S. Citizen; Non U.S.A citizen, Non U.S.A resident

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  1. delade

    delade Well-Known Member

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    HOUSING ASSISTANCE SPECIALIST II (SR-18 )

    Performs selected assignments related to the provision of rental assistance to eligible families; and performs other related duties as required.

    For the current vacancy, duties include, but are not limited to: conducting interviews with rental assistance applicants to obtain information regarding family composition, assets, and sources of income; verifying the accuracy of information received; analyzing verified information and determining applicants' eligibility to receive benefits and/or other types of supportive services; and conducting briefings for rental assistance program participants to explain program rules and regulations, rental unit inspection procedures, selection of rental units, and landlord/tenant responsibilities.

    Additional Job Information:

    At time of application, you must be a citizen, national, or permanent resident alien of the United States or a non-citizen eligible under federal law for unrestricted employment.

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    A general summary of U.S. immigration terminology follows. Any references below to USCIS refer to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

    U.S. National
    An individual who owes his sole allegiance to the United States, including all U.S. citizens, and including some individuals who are not U.S. citizens.

    For tax purposes the term "U.S. national" refers to individuals who were born in American Samoa or were born in the Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands who have made the election to be treated as U.S. nationals and not as U.S. citizens.

    https://www.irs.gov/individuals/int...ration-terms-and-definitions-involving-aliens

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    A United States National (non-citizen) is a native of an American territorial possession. Nationals are entitled to all of the legal protection a U.S. citizens would have but do not have the complete political rights of a U.S. citizen.

    National Status and Citizenship

    While all U.S. citizens are U.S. nationals, not every U.S. national is a U.S. citizen. Very few fall into the category of non-citizen U.S. national as defined in the Immigration and Nationality Act. Currently, only those born or with ties to the outlying U.S. possessions of American Samoa and Swains Island are born as non-citizen United States nationals. The same applies for those born outside of these possessions but born to one or more non-citizen national parent as long as a residency requirement is met.

    Non-citizen nationals are allowed to reside and work in the United States without restrictions. They are given U.S. passports with a special endorsement stating that the holder is a U.S. national and not a U.S. citizen. A non-citizen national may apply for citizenship under the same rules as legal permanent residents.

    https://www.hooyou.com/citizenship/status.html

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    What is a 'Nonresident Alien'
    A nonresident alien is a classification assigned to a non-U.S. citizen, or foreign national, who doesn't pass the green card test or the substantial presence test. If a non-citizen currently has a green card or has had a green card in the past calendar year, he or she would pass the green card test and would be classified as a resident alien.

    https://www.investopedia.com/terms/n/nonresidentalien.asp


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    What is a 'Resident Alien'
    A resident alien is a foreign person who is a permanent resident of the country in which he or she resides, but does not have citizenship. To fall under this classification in the United States, a person needs to either have a current green card or have had one in the previous calendar year. People can also fall under the U.S. classification of resident alien if they have been in the United States for more than 31 days during the current year, along with having been in the United States for at least 183 days over a three-year period, including the current year.

    https://www.investopedia.com/terms/r/residentalien.asp
     
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    Confused? Say what? Huh? What? Right?



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    You need to be a mathematician now days to figure out if you are eligible for employment.
     
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    No, a well lathered and frothing at the snouty snout Lawyer.
     
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