when a person move to mexico and get citizenship are they then a Hispanic?
- R KLv 75 months agoFavorite Answer
no, their not. moving somewhere does not change your ethnic make up.
- evil redLv 65 months ago
No that is not how race works. The would be a mexican citizen.
- MaxiLv 75 months ago
They become a Mexican citizen...... the ethnonym Hispanic or Latino to refer to "a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American, or other Spanish culture or origin regardless of race" and states that Hispanics or Latinos can be of any race, any ancestry, any ethnicity.
- macLv 75 months ago
technicaly their mexican duh if a mexican gets citizenship in america their americans why would it be diffrent
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- EntropyLv 75 months ago
Hispanic is a bit of an unusual ethnic category. It is more like saying 'Francophone' in that Hispanic refers to someone from a country that speaks Spanish and/or has a historical connection to Spain (ie one of it's former colonies). There are African descended people who are considered Hispanic. Some Europeans descended, some Mayan or Incan descended, and so on.
So if you NEWLY moved to Mexico you're not really FROM there, but once your family was there for a few generations, yes I think they WOULD be considered Hispanic.