Prince Harry registers himself as an American resident for the first time

Prince Harry registers himself as an American resident for the first time

Prince Harry has registered himself as an American resident for the first time.

The Duke of Sussex put “New Country/State Usually Resident” as America on Companies House filings in June after having previously listed the UK as his primary home, the Sun reports.

Harry has previously admitted he is considering seeking US citizenship following his move to California.

Harry, wife Meghan and their children Archie and Lilibet currently live in a £14 million mansion in Montecito.

The Prince’s US visa application is currently under review by a judge after he admitted to previous drug use in his highly controversial memoir, Spare.

In the book Harry admitted to previous use of marijuana, cocaine and psychedelic mushrooms.

The Heritage Foundation launched a lawsuit to investigate whether he lied on his visa application when he moved to California.

The conservative think tank has argued that Harry’s visa application should be made public to find out whether the duke declared to using drugs before entering the US in 2020.

The Heritage Foundation sued the Department of Homeland Security under the Freedom of Information Act, after claiming that Harry may have received favourable treatment when applying for his visa.

However, the Biden administration argues against the papers being released, and says that visa applicants have a right to privacy.

Lawyers are currently complying with a court order to move the case forward.

Drug use can be considered grounds to deny a US visa application, which threatens the royal’s immigration status.

On Monday a US ambassador said Harry would not be deported from the US, whatever the outcome of the trial.