Now that Harry and Meghan's royal exit has been official, the public has been wondering if he will be applying for a United States citizenship, especially due to the fact that the family of three is now settled in Meghan's hometown, Los Angeles.

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Many have suggested that part of Harry's new chapter would involve seeking out American citizenship. Experts have spoken and they say it is very unlikely to happen. Find out why below...

This is why Prince Harry may not apply for a U.S. citizenship

Royal experts say "Harry is not appyling for a Green Card or dual citizenship anytime soon, which will come as a surprise to many because that is what most people assumed he'd do on moving to the US."

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According to the Sunday Times, in order for Harry to apply for a U.S. citizenship, he would have to renounce his royal title and would be obligated to pay taxes on his earnings. As of today, it is not known whether he entered the North American country on a 90-day visa or if he got a diplomatic one. 

Harry and Meghan's plans have been altered due to the coronavirus global crisis. However, they are expected to resume their activities as soon as Los Angeles returns to business-as-usual. They are currently considered to be the "most famous residents of Los Angeles," according to Melanie Bromley, head of news operations for E!