Justin Bieber has applied for US citizenship ahead of tying the knot with Hailey Baldwin: Reports

It is speculated that the superstar, who was born in Ontario, Canada but moved to Atlanta when he was 13, wants to become a US citizen before he marries  Hailey Baldwin


                            Justin Bieber has applied for US citizenship ahead of tying the knot with Hailey Baldwin: Reports

According to reports, Justin Bieber is applying to become a US citizen before he weds Hailey Baldwin.  According to a TMZ report, the Canadian singer has applied for dual citizenship, meaning he'll retain his Canadian citizenship, but he will become an American citizen as well.

It is speculated that the superstar, who was born in Ontario, Canada, but moved to Atlanta when he was 13, wants to become a US citizen before he marries  Hailey Baldwin in his home country Canada.



 

The singer has a US green card, but will have to go through due process, which includes proving he has a knowledge of US history, can speak English and obtain a security background check, before he can claim to be a full-fledged American. Hailey, 21, took to Twitter on Friday to confirm the pair are yet to tie the knot, following claims they wed at a New York City court-house earlier this week.

Addressing the reports, she told her followers: 'I understand where the speculation is coming from, but I'm not married yet!' Rumors abound that the couple will tie the knot in October.

People magazine reported a source as saying: "They’re going to have a big blowout, in front of God and everyone they love."

TMZ also stated that the couple would be married at Justin's $5m mansion in Ontario, Canada, which he purchased earlier this year. "The singer's abode boasts four-bedrooms, and a private equestrian facility with stables and a 5/8 mile race track," the website reported.

A source added to the site that last month they had pushed their wedding to 2019 but they later had a 'change of heart' and want to marry in mid-September.

Disclaimer : This is based on sources and we have been unable to verify this information independently.