No. According to the Constitution, the only office that requires you be a natural-born citizen is the Office of President.
You can be a naturalized citizen and be elected to congress.
Yeah, you can,...you can come from Oaxaca HEMP farm to U.S. legally or get amnesty by lame brain congress, and become a congressman,...-it seems by the spacedout immigration laws they are conjuring there, after having "pot" parties, in congress-there already may be quite a few of illegals turned congressmen in capitol.
A member of the House of Representatives must be at least 25 years old, and a Senator must be at least 30.
You must have been a US citizen for a certain length of timeâ€”at least 9 years for a Senator and 7 for a House Member.
Finally, you must live in the state you represent. Can you imagine someone living in Hawaii representing the state of Alaska?
no just a citizen
DOLL FACE KELLY
Yeah i think
Who cares, we will elect a president without proof of citizenship!
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