No. The United States amended 28 USC 1332 in 2011. The statute now provides that even if a person is admitted to the United States as a resident alien, he will not be treated as the citizen of a particular state. For example, if a person from another country is admitted as a resident alien and lives in New York, he will not be considered a citizen of New York for purposes of diversity jurisdiction.
Of course, this would not affect jurisdiction in state court or subject matter jurisdiction in the federal courts based on federal question jurisdiction.