International student in the USNA?

Discussion in 'Naval Academy - USNA' started by Lempard, Dec 28, 2013.

  1. Lempard

    Lempard New Member

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    I have concluded an agreement with my army to serve 10 years after finishing the Academy( it was compulsory by law). Can I serve in the US military, if after the four years in the US I take a Green Card? If the answer is ''yes'', why and what will be happen with my agreement? And if the answer is ''no'', why?
    Thanks for the answers.
     
  2. time2

    time2 Member

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    You have posted at both the USMMA and USNA sites, implying you already went there. I am not clear on what exactly you are asking, what country you are from and where (is any of the US academies) you have actually been accepted to.

    The official USNA website has information about applying from outside the US. That is where I would start. Rules may vary based on what country you are from and what your own country requirements for military service might be.
     
  3. Hurricane12

    Hurricane12 USNA 2012

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    Whoever pays the (considerable) cost of you attending USNA is going to want to get their money's worth on the other end.
     

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