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Opportunity to Join the U.S. Army.

Enlisting With a Green Card
A green card by itself does not let you join the U.S. Army. You must be living in the U.S., and be able to speak, read and write English fluently. You must also meet the same requirements all Army recruits face:

You must be at least 17-years-old and no older than 35. That applies to regular Army, reserves and the National Guard.
You must in good health of body and mind.
You must have a high school diploma, though a GED may suffice.
You must pass the Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery test.
If you want to become an officer, you must be a college graduate.
If you have a disqualifying condition such as health problems or a criminal record, you can ask the Army to waive it. There is no guarantee you will get a waiver, but there is no cost for making the request.

Limitations on Non-citizens

If you join the U.S. Army as a non-citizen, enlisting can speed up your path to full citizenship. If you want to become an American citizen, military service waives some of your requirements: For example, you do not have to be physically in the U.S. if you are stationed overseas. More than 100,000 immigrants have been naturalized through military service since 9/11. As of February 2018, military policy has put brakes on the process with more intensive background checks and slower approval times. New recruits cannot start basic training until after the background check is complete, which can take up to a year or more.

 Interested applicants should start and submit application online via the link below

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