Can a US citizen who is unemployed sponsor his wife whose I-94 has not expired yet for US citizenship?
The US citizen can sponsor his wife for a green card, not for US citizenship. Since he is currently unemployed, he will need to get a joint sponsor to complete an affidavit of support for his wife.
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Answer . \nYes you can marry and I suggest you file for Permanent Resident status as soon as possible after the marriage.
Is there anyway you can sponsor your wife's mother for a Visa to the US if your wife is not a US citizen?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes. But it may take awhile. They are really busy with all of the illegals from you know where. Because of that it takes more time to get to paperwo…rk from good people like your family who come here legally like they should. Good luck to you:)
What do you have to do to sponsor the immigration of a family member of your spouse from the Philippines if your spouse is not yet a US citizen?
Answer . \nPlease visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website for accurate information on all immigration issues.\n. \nUSCIS, http://www.uscis.go…v
The government will only acknowledge 13.9 million unemployed American . See the Related Link below. However, many of the unemployed have become invisible as long-term une…mployment has taken hold and they have fallen out of sight.
By filing the affidavit of support for the alien relative the US citizen is fully responsible for the financial requirements of that alien until alien is capable to take care …of the financial requirements. Proof in form of tax returns filed papers,assets, bank statements, job identity etc are required.
Yes, a US citizen can marry an illegal alien whose Visa has expiredin San Francisco. The illegal will still have to renew their Visato stay in the US.
yes u can get a US citizenship... If u r working on a TN visa, you can't apply.Other visas like H-1B only allows dual intend.At the outset you will need to have physical p…resence in the US for minimum 5 years.Form N-400 will be the form you would need to apply with for US citizenship. A Green Card holder may apply for US citizenship if they are at least 18 years of age and have been a permanent resident of the United States: For at least 5 years; or For at least 3 years, if the applicant is married to and continues to reside with a U.S. citizen spouse; or The applicant is currently serving honorably in the U.S. military, with at least 1 year of service, and they are applying for citizenship while in the military, or within 6 months of discharge.
If an immigrant has an expired green card and marries a US citizen does it help her to get citizenship faster?
Being married would not change the fact she is an illegal alien. She could still be sent back to her country of origin.
You can apply for US citizenship if you are married to a US citizen and able to establish residency for three years, you must be physically present in the US for at least one …and a half years before filing Form N400. The applicant must have a primary residence where they have lived at least three months before filing their application. The N400 application must be filed in the same state where this primary residence is established. http://www.uscitizenship.info/us-citizenship/U-S-Citizenship-application-Form-N-400.jsp
If you are a citizen and have a felony record does that prevent you from getting your illegal alien wife US citizenship?
No. Only if she was a felon would she have problems with citizenship; as it is, you will have enough issues given that she is an illegal alien and assumably already in the cou…ntry.
Sponsoring an illegal alien as a friend or relative can be complicated. The key is to successfully fill out a petition form and an Affidavit of Support. On these forms, you mu…st prove that you can successfully take care of the illegal alien as well as proving yourself as a true U.S. citizen. Fill out an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative through United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (see Resources).
No, the person is now considered to be within the U.S. illegally and he or she will have to return to their country of origin voluntarily or be deported.
Possibly, it might be an issue if the crime was domestic violence/assault.
Only US citizens can sponsor their parents to the US.
You certainly can get married. The marriage does not change their visa status and they could be deported. And have to wait for several years before trying to get a green card.…