Justin Bieber applies to be a U.S. Citizen

Lewis Collier
September 16, 2018

According to TMZ, Bieber, 24, is planning to "retain his Canadian citizenship", but given that he spends most of his time in the USA anyway, it's no surprise he wants to apply to become an American citizen as well.

The wedding prep continues: Justin Bieber is going to become an American citizen.

The hitmaker, from Stratford, Ontario, is also set to marry fiancee Hailey Baldwin, 21, born in Tucson, Arizona.

This might come as good news for the "Jailey" fans since it will sure deepen his bond with his love interest Baldwin, who lives in NY.

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The 24-year-old has been living in the States since he was 13, but just bought a $5 million house in Canada. He now splits his time between Los Angeles, New York and Ontario, where he recently bought a Dollars 5 million estate.

File USCIS Form N-400, which is a formal request to start the naturalization process (costing $700).

The stars sparked rumors suggesting they were husband and wife after they were spotted visiting the marriage license courthouse in New York City on Thursday, and were overheard talking about a top secret wedding. They were taken to the executive offices for VIP treatment and Bieber was seen crying and telling Baldwin, "I can't wait to marry you, baby".

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