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Ask Stew: Joining the U.S. military or Special Ops from a foreign country | Military.com
Source: By Chief Petty Officer William Tonacchio

Ask Stew: Joining the U.S. military or Special Ops from a foreign country | Military.com

Stew Smith is a longtime writer for Military.com and has decided to answer a question he often receives from readers. Many people who are from a foreign country are wondering what the process is like if they wanted to join the U.S. military and enter the SOF community. First, Stew discuss that while you can join the military with a Green Card, you have to be a citizen of the U.S. in order to hold the security clearances required to join the special operation forces. You also have to currently live in the States and be able to read, write, and speak English fluently. Stew also recommends joining the military once you have your Green Card, and then become a citizen while you are serving.

Source: https://www.military.com/military-fitness/ask-stew-joining-us-military-or-special-ops-foreign-country

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