Can Canadians join the CIA?
Um so that they could help each other out because the british had basically abandoned them. BNA (British North America) also wanted some land to the west which is now Alberta, B.C. and Saskatchewan. If they didn't all come together then they could never claim that land. They wouldn't be able to trad…e without each other. Those are just some pros of joining, i don't know many cons. After all i am only 13. I looked up this question hoping for some more answers because that's all i got. ( Full Answer )
no you have to be 23 years old in order to join, and you have to have a 4 year collage degree.
They're not mentally, physically or otherwise qualified same for Military service, Astronauts, Doctors, Lawyers, Professional sports etc
Its mission is to collect and correlate intelligence abroad , provide direction and coordination of foreign intelligence and such other duties as the President directs.
The first think to do is go to www.cia.gov web page (see below in links), then click the link careers. Then, choose a job and fill the aplication. The CIA doesn't accept resumes; You need to fill their own resume format. If you are compatible, they will call you and conduct a phone interview with yo…u. If you able to pass it they will send you the application package. Interestingly, in Jan. of 2009, the CIA opened up the greatest known number of now job positions ever. What to study: Start by studying the subjects recommended by the CIA, these are: science, engineering, languages, analytics and support Services. Decide on the subject you enjoy most and chose a 4 year bachelors degree, as this is required. It is important that you are fluent in more than one language. One of your languages will most likely be English as you must be a US Citizen. Only then will they consider you for any position. ( Full Answer )
the CIA has headquarters everywhere but the two main places are in Langley VA. and Washington dc.
One of the requirements to join the CIA is that you cannot have apolice record. You will have to be able to obtain a high securityclearance. You must also have gone to college to obtain a degree incriminal justice. Speaking more than one language is a bonus. Youmust have also obtained good grades th…roughout your schooling. ( Full Answer )
In order to work for the Agency you need to have linguistic skills, prior military experience, or computer skills.
NO. You would not be eligible for hire until your early twenties in most cases.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation you must be at least 23 years of age with a four year degree. The Central Intelligence Agency accepts CV's at 21 and education and or experience.
Alberta and Saskatchewan, before being made into provinces, were a part of the Northwest Territories. Because there were quite a number of people living in the Northwest Territories (more than the federal and territorial, or more properly, the provincial government of NWT could handle), the Canadian… government decided to split up this large southern portion of the territories into two provinces: Alberta, and Saskatchewan. So Alberta didn't "join" the confederation, rather it was created. Alberta was never a country, nor did it exist before September 1, 1905. ( Full Answer )
Yes you can but you must go through the whole immigration process first. The hiring process is lengthy and tough. You also need to get a Canadian high school diploma or equivilent to join. Only experienced police officers are given a foot in the door!
They didn't have a choice, they were transferred to Canada in a deal with Britain.
Acronym for Central Intelligence Agency. also Spanish for Company ( Compania) used something like (INC) often the agency is referred to as (The Company) or La Compania). serious business, here.
Newfoundland, now part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, joined the Confederation in 1949.
No, you have to have Canadian citizenship I believe, so if you gain Canadian citizenship you can, but it may take awhile as they do a minimum 10 yr background check. I know a woman who lived in Russia for most of her life joined. If you're willing to gain Canadian citizenship though, you should be …able to. ( Full Answer )
Nothing will "happen" to them. However, as a preliminary step toyour being offered employment, your entire family will undergo acomplete and thorough scrutiny into their background. If employedyou will probably not be able to tell anyone who you really workfor. Most CIA employees, even the ones who …I know well, tend to saythat they work for some other branch or agency of the government(i.e.- State Department - US Inofrmation Agency - etc). ( Full Answer )
Have to be a US Citizen and if you have a spouse, they must be a citizen of the US also.
You have to be 16, to join with a parental consent. But you won't get in until you are 17 anyway, it takes a while for your application to go through.
yes if he moved south and has a visa. i am not sure but i would think so
You can become a FBI agent, but not as a Canadian citizen, you also can't have a joint citizenship (Canadian and US). But, the process to become a US citizen is long. I recommende that you stick with Law enforcment in your region. Plus, getting in the FBI is not an easy task. I hope the info helps …you out! And remember, FBI is not like Hollywood represents it, it's allot of hard desk work. ( Full Answer )
In order to get on the Canadian golf tour you must first enter into a Canadian open tournament. If you win, you get a tour card with one year exemption. Another way is to plac top 10 in 3 consecutive tournaments.
Yes, they can join special ops, but not as full-time employees with benefits and retirement plans.
The CIA does sometimes recruit foriegners if they believe that the person can benefit their goals in some way.
You have to be 17 years of age and up with parental/guardian consent, be a Canadian citizen, have a good record of conduct with no outstanding legal obligations, and be most importantly, medically fit. For Reserve Force, be at least 16 years of age with parental/guardian consent. All requirements.
Tennessee is one of the United States of America. Tennessee was never part of Canada. -No crap Yukonrly
You can join the CIA without military experience but the Special Activities Division is a highly trained division, most of the SAD agents are recruited from Army Delta or Navy SEALs, so it's very unlikely, I am not saying that is impossible just because there isn't much information about the recruit…ing process, but I can't imagine a inexperienced person fighting alongside these high skilled soldiers, if there is any position for non military is probably in supporting position like intelligence analyst. ( Full Answer )
The provinces of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, QuÃ©bec and Ontario entered Confederation at the same moment in time on July 1, 1867. None has priority in time over any of the others.
you must be a candian citizen.and must be above 17 years of age and consient with parents
As long as you are a Canadian citizen, the forces aren't racist. Anyone can join as long as they are ready for it :)
A Canadian would join the Canadian Armed Forces at an recruiting centre or by applying on line.
Well, originally, New Brunswick wanted to join with Nova Scotia and PEI in a Maritime Union, but when John A. McDonald and George Brown got themselves in invited to the meetings, they persuaded Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to join Confederation. PEI did NOT join at this time because they felt no ne…ed. ( Full Answer )
Yes... Added: Yes. . . probably . The fact of the matter is that all applicants for the CIA undergo a rigorous polygraph examination on past drug usage, and MANY other topics. Do not try to lie or "weasel" on any of the questions or answers. Just be truthful and if they refer to your answer on …a particular question be perfectly honest about it. Anything less than that will disqualify you. In the end your possible employment may hinge on the cumulative answers to more than just THAT topic. If, over the course of the entire interrogation, too much cumulative doubt is raised . . . . . ( Full Answer )
No province joined Confederation in 1945. There had not been any new provinces since 1905. Newfoundland joined Confederation in 1949.
Try going to cia.gov. There are applications online there. Make sure you read all of the directions, and good luck!
If you first obtain a green card/American citizenship, then yes.Otherwise no. Canada has the best trained soldiers in the world,quantity is lower so they go for quality everytime. I rememberfinding out that ever soldier in the Canadian Army has theequivalent training as 7+ of our guys, because they …had less men todo the same job, they all needed to be proficient in as many skillsas possible. First time meeting Canadians for this souther boy, andit impressed the hell out of me. ( Full Answer )
apparently not..i was looking into this too because i am a Canadian citizen wanting to join the CIA or Secret Service but u need a U.S. Citizenship. :(
Your question is very general, and has any number of correct answers that you are not looking for. For example neither you (I suspect) nor I could have joined the Canadian Army in 1914 because we weren't alive. You would benefit by asking a question that is a little more clear.
Applicants must be US citizens and should have a strong academic record (3.0 GPA or better). So I guess not. Sorry.
Why indeed? The majority of Nova Scotians did not want to join which was made very clear when they elected representatives wanting Nova Scotia to leave Confederation.
Typically, no. The Canadian Forces are limited to Canadian citizens, unless a foreign national residing in Canada possesses certain skill sets which the Canadian Forces are in need of badly enough to permit a foreigner into the ranks.
Only if they have dual citizenship. The Canadian Forces only accepts Canadian citizens, with few exceptions granted to foreign nationals who may possess a skill which the CF needs badly enough to justify allowing them to enlist.
The CIA is the Central Intelligence Agency. Its main job is tocollect and analyze foreign information concerning the US. Theirheadquarters is in Langley, VA. They have been accused of torture,and assassinations.
You are required to be be a Canadian citizen in order to enlist, although there seems to be a provision which could possibly allow a foreign citizen to enlist, provided they're qualified with a skill which the Canadian Forces is in need of. Still, it seems like a longshot, although it never hurts to… simply sit down and talk to a recruiter. See related link. ( Full Answer )
Become a Canadian citizen. Not trying to be crass here, it's just the option you're limited to. Unlike the UK, which allows citizens of all Commonwealth countries (and Ireland) join its military, such a policy doesn't exist with the Canadian Forces (technically, there is no Canadian Army - their ent…ire military is a single branch). When I was in the Canadian Army 10 years ago, there were 5 branches. I have met a few Brits and an Australian who were members of the Canadian Forces. It was easier for them to do so because they were from Commonwealth countries so background check can be done. They still had to become Canadian citizens and have completed high school with College and or university as a definate asset. No criminal record either. For non-commonwealth people, you would have to have citizenship for at least 10 years, same education, no criminal record. And a lot of luck. I suspect, with the military and the world state being what it is, it would be even harder to get in if not impossible. ( Full Answer )
What branch are you looking for.. for obvious reasons they can't answer this question.. go to website and get the facts
No. And if you're not a Canadian citizen, the only way you can join - even from Canada - is to either first be naturalised as a Canadian citizen, or else possess a skill which the Canadian Forces need badly enough that they would allow a foreign national to enlist.
A person who was born in another country, but is now a CanadianCITIZEN, can apply to join the Canadian Forces.
The Canadian Navy website says the following To apply to the Canadian Forces, you must: . Be a Canadian Citizen. . Be 17 years of age, with parental consent, or older, except: . Regular Officer Training Plan - Junior applications must be 16 or older. . Certain entry programs and occupation…s require higher levels of education. . Have completed at least Grade (Year) 10. . ( Full Answer )
The qualifications one needs to join the Canadian Navy are as follows: one must be a Canadian citizen, meet the medical standard, must be at least 17 years of age with parental consent, must have completed up to a gr. 10 education, and one must be able to hold a security clearance.