The Massachusetts House approved legislation Monday to make it clear that citizenship is not a factor in granting licenses under the state’s mixed martial arts, boxing, and kickboxing laws. The bill was approved and sent to the Senate during a lightly attended session. It is based on legislation sponsored by Representative Carlo Basile of East Boston. The bill states that a license shall be granted to an applicant “regardless if the applicant is a citizen of the United States or an alien” as defined by federal law “as long as said applicant provides a form of identification sufficient to identify the applicant.”