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Antonio C Martinez II Esq.
Antonio C Martinez II Esq., Abogado
Categoría: USA Ley en Español
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MY RIGHT TO VOTE AS A CILIZEN OF THA USA I was bone en Newark,

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MY RIGHT TO VOTE AS A CILIZEN OF THA USA I was bone en Newark, NJ. I want to vote for de presented of USA. Im a cilinzen of the USA. The constitution of the USA “The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits any United States citizen to be denied the right to vote . It was ratified on August 18, 1920. The Nineteenth Amendment (Amendment XIX) to the United States Constitution prohibits any United States citizen to be denied the right to vote based on sex. It was ratified on August 18, 1920. The Constitution allows the states to determine the qualifications for voting, and until the 1910s most states disenfranchised women. The amendment was the culmination of the women's suffrage movement, which fought at both state and national levels to achieve the vote. Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton drafted the amendment and first introduced it in 1878; it was forty-one years later, in 1919, when the Congress submitted the amendment to the states for ratification. A year later, it was ratified by the requisite number of states, with Tennessee's ratification being the final vote needed to add the amendment to the Constitution. The Nineteenth Amendment was unsuccessfully challenged in Leser v. Garnett (1922). In that case, the Supreme Court rejected claims that the amendment was unconstitutionally adopted. Jones, organic Charter of 1917 Puerto Rico Act Article 5. [Citizens of the United States] All citizens of Puerto Rico, as defined in the sec. 7 of the Act of April 12, 1900, "to provide, temporarily, rents and a civilian Government Puerto Rico, and for other purposes," and all the natives of Puerto Rico which they were temporarily absent from the island on April 11, 1899, and they have returned after they are residing permanently on the island, and are not nationals of any foreign countryare hereby declared citizens of the United States and will be considered and taken as such; With, any person described above may keep their present political status, making a statement, under oath, of its resolution to that effect, within six months of having entered into force this Act before the District Court of the district in which he resides, statement which will be as follows: "I, having duly been sworn, hereby declare my intention to not be a citizen of the United States as it is provided in the Act of Congress conferred citizenship of the United States to the citizens of Puerto Rico and certain natives who permanently reside on the island." In case of being absent from the island during these six months any of those people, can exploit the deadline laid down in this "disponiéndo it", conveying to the Executive Secretary of Puerto Rico a statement under oath, in the provided form hereby, within six months of being put into effect this law; and, moreover, that any person who was born in Puerto Rico of foreign parents and is permanently residing on the island, may, if he is of age, within six months of being put into effect this law, or if he is underage, to reach his majority or within one year later, providing a sworn statement of fidelity to the United States before the United States District Court to Puerto Ricostating therein all the facts related to his birth and residence in Puerto Rico and accompanying due proof thereof, and from the moment of having paid such a declaration will be considered as a citizen of the United States. Article 5a. [citizens of Puerto Rico] All citizens of the United States who have resided or hereinafter residieren, on the island for a year, shall be citizens of Puerto Rico; Available, that the people born in Puerto Rico of foreign parents, which referred to in the last paragraph of article 5, which did not take advantage of the privilege of becoming citizens of the United States, shall have a period of one year since the adoption of this law to make the declaration provided for in article predicted; and providing, moreover, that people who chose to retain the political status of citizens of Puerto Rico, may be within a year after the adoption of this Act, become citizens of the United States in the same terms and in the same way that provides for the naturalization of native Puerto Ricans born of foreign parents. Article 5b. [Citizenship of persons born in Puerto Rico] Any person born in Puerto Rico on or after April 11, 1899 (whether before or after the date on which this law enters into force) and that are citizens, subjects or nationals of any foreign power, citizens of the United States; are hereby declared Be available, that this law not is it interpreted deprive of their American citizenship to any person, natural Puerto Rico, who before her has legally acquired otherwise; not in the sense of extending such citizenship to those people that her have been abandoned or lost under the treaties or laws of the United States, or to present residieren permanently abroad and are citizens or subjects of a foreign country; and, moreover, that any woman, native of Puerto Rico and it has permanent residence in Puerto Rico, before March 2, 1917 has lost his American nationality by reason of her marriage to a foreigner eligible for citizenship because of the loss of the citizenship of United States by her husband, may be naturalized under the provisions of sec. 4 of the Act of Congress on September 22, 1922, entitled: "Act on naturalization and citizenship of married women," as amended. Article 5b. [Implementation of the Nationality Act of 1940] Section 404 (c) of the Nationality Act of 1940 (title 8, code of the United States, section 804 (c)), shall not apply to persons who acquired their citizenship under the provisions of the arts. 5 and 5a of this law. Article 5 c. [Citizenship of persons wrongly informed about their citizen status] Any person of good conduct, addicted to the principles of the Constitution of the United States and well prepared for the good order and happiness of the United States, born at Puerto Rico on or after April 11, 1899, who has continued residing within the jurisdiction of the United States and whose father, on or before April 11, 1900, he chose to retain their loyalty to the Crown of Spain, according to the provisions of the Treaty of peace between the United States and Spain concluded in April 11, 1899, and who, due to incorrect information with regard to their own State of citizenship, not exercised, within the time limits prescribed by article 5 or 5a of this law the privilege of establishing its U.S. citizenshiphaving so far exercised erroneously but in good faith, the rights and privileges, and played the duties of a citizen of the United States without arriving at the most, or after, has personally sworn loyalty to any Government or foreign ruler, may make a statement under oath of fidelity to the United States before any Court of the United States District. In such a declaration shall expose the facts relating to the birth of that person in Puerto Rico, good conduct, to its adherence to the principles of the Constitution of the United States and their readiness for the good order and happiness for the United States, as well as his residence within the jurisdiction of the United States and the incorrect information with regard to the status of citizen of the United Statesand must accompany that statement with evidence of these ends, to the satisfaction of the Court. After making such a Declaration and to submit such evidence, be allowed to such person take the oath of allegiance before the Court, after which will be considered as a citizen of the United States. Original Después de hacer tal declaración y someter dicha evidencia, se le permitirá a tal persona prestar el juramento de fidelidad ante la corte, luego de lo cual será considerada como ciudadano de los Estados Unidos. I want my rights to vote for the presented of the USA. Frank Aquino P.O. Box 1343 San Sebastian, P.R. 00685 XXX-XXX-XXXX

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ps: donde tengo que ir para defender nuestro derecho de vota por el presidente

Enviada: hace 5 año.
Categoría: USA Ley en Español
Experto:  Antonio C Martinez II Esq. escribió hace 5 año.
Gracias XXXXX XXXXX la oportunidad. Mi respuesta tiene un caracter informativo para aclarar dudas e inquietudes, no remplaza la consulta en persona.
Hay dos cosas para tomar en cuenta para contestarte - Nuestra sistema para elegir el Presidente de los EUA es basado por el colegio electoral, osea los estados son los que eligen el Presidente. Con una mayoria de 270 votos electorales, el quien la obtiene gana la Presidencia. Puerto Rico no es un Estado. Por eso no puede participar en el Colegio Electoral y asi determinara quien ganara las elecciones de la Presidencia.
Es cierto que los Puertoriquenos son ciudadanos de los EUA, pero debido que Puerto Rico no es un estado, los votos desde ese territorio no cuenta para el colegio electoral, que es donde se determina que sera Presidente. Recuerda el caso de George Bush vs. Al Gore? Al Gore gano mas votos que Bush en termino de voto popular, pero Bush gano mas votos electorales que Gore y por eso Bush fue electo como Presidente. Recuerda que el Florida se determino que Bush gano el Estado y con eso obtuvo los votos electorales para sobre pasar los 270.
Por eso es muy importante que Puerto Rico determina su estatus como estado o independiente, pues la actualidad de estado asociado libre lleva esta consecuencia de falta de poder y representacion.
Espero que mi contesta le ha servido. Por favor ACEPTA mi respuesta. Me puedes preguntar sobre el mismo asunto sin costo adicional. Saludos
Experto:  Antonio C Martinez II Esq. escribió hace 5 año.
Si quieres votar para el Presidente de los Estados Unidos, lo podras hacerlo cambiandose de residencia y domicilio legal para uno de los 50 estados. Hasta que Puerto Rico no sea el Estado 51, los que viven en la isla no podran votar para el Presidente de los Estados Unidos. Puerto Rico como no es un estado, no es miembro del colegio electoral. Ojala que PR determinara su estatus y deseos pronto.
Experto:  Antonio C Martinez II Esq. escribió hace 5 año.
Estimado cliente,

Si usted esta satisfecha que le he respondido correctamente y con informacion que le ayuda resolver su inquietud, por favor ACEPTA mi respuesta. No nos pagan los honorarios si el cliente no acepta. Ademas el servicio retiene todo lo que usted pago. Y recuerda que me puede hacer preguntas adicional sobre el mismo asunto sin costo adicional.

Cordialmente