Can a british citizen marry an illegal Brazilian citizen?
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%DETAILS% No, an alien or immigrant, legal or otherwise, does not become a citizen automatically upon marriage to a citizen. There is a process of applying, processing and (ho…pefully) eventual approval by the Federal government. First is Permanent Residency status ("Green card"). Then there's a wait of 3 years or more - depending on situation - for citizenship qualification. The website for the agency which handles this process is: USCIS.GOV Current illegal status may add some complications which I don't know about; it may be wise to consult an immigration attorney - a lawyer who specializes in immigration issues. There are lots of other web sites which give more information as well. An illegal alien does not automatically become a citizen by marrying one. However, certain illegal aliens can get permanent residence status (often called the "green card") by marrying a US citizen. If the person originally entered the United States legally but overstayed his or her visa, than it is possible for him or her to "adjust status" to that of a permanent resident (i.e. get a "green card") if the US citizen fills out a series of petitions including one that proves that the US citizen can financially support the alien. If the alien is illegal because he or she snuck into the United States without any visa or permit, than that person cannot "adjust status" and has to leave the country before obtaining a green card. If the person was illegally in the country for more than a year, than he or she is barred from ever coming back for 10 years (known as the "10-year-bar") The only way to overcome having the 10-year-bar is by the US citizen spouse filing a petition for a waiver of the bar. The petition has to prove that it would cause extreme and exceptional hardship to him or her to move to his or her spouse's country. Only three years after the person has the green card can they apply for citizenship, and they must still be married to the original citizen who got the green card. If you are convinced that he is "the one," than you should seriously consider marrying him. Once you are married you can start the process by filing the I-130. once it is approved, he will have to go back to Mexico for an interview to get his visa at the American consulate in Ciudad Juarez. He will be denied the visa because he was illegaly present in the US for over a year. At that time, he will be instructed to file the I-601. You will have to present evidence proving that you could not live in Mexico. This would include evidence of medical problems you may have, financial obligations in the US, familial obligations (i.e. caring for aging parents or disabled relatives.) and anything else that would make it impossible for you to move to Mexico. You have to prove that the hardship would be ABOVE and BEYOND the hardship that could be obviously expected. This means that the fact that you love him and "can't live without him" would not mean SQUAT to the case. The good news is that 90% of I-601s that are filed at Ciudad Juarez are approved. If you are serious about your boyfriend and plan to marry him and go through the long process of getting him his greencard, than you might want to talk to an immigration lawyer about your options. You should also pop into immigrate2us.net. Post under the I-601 section in the "waivers" category.
Answer . Yes, they can, but there are alot of legalities involved with "legalising" the person in question. It used to be a quick way to citizenship, but two of my friends… went through this in about 2001 (her: American from Detroit, MI, him: Canadian, from Windsor, ON) and they gave both of them a whole lot of trouble. It should be easier with time, however.\n. \n . \n In the U.S. unlawfully present foreign nationals are allowed to marry a citizen or other non citizen, if they have the documentation required by the state in which they wish to marry. \n. \nBecause of the changes in national security regulations an "undocumented foreign national of illegal status" would not be able to enter into a legal marriage to a U.S. citizen, as they would have to supply a photo ID, a birth certificate, and a Social Security card (not just a SS#).
Answer . \nif u married an illegal alien u dont have a status so to speak, but u need to get him a green card, or he will get deported and whoever is married to him will h…ave 15 yrs to life in jail for housing illegal aliens
Answer . This issue is a "Catch-22" in that there are not laws prohibiting a illegal foreign national from marrying a U.S. citizen. However, the person must have the requir…ed documentation when applying for the marriage license. In most states this means a photo ID, such as a valid driver license, passport, and so forth and proof of a valid SS number, preferably a SS card. \n. \nIt seems to be a common myth that marrying a U.S. citizen confers citizenship or permanent resident status, it does not. It does, however, change the filing procedure and the priority status. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
Answer . Yes, but there is a procedure to get a temporary ID. A bit tedious but not difficult if your spouse is a decent Turkish citizen.
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British citizens who are in Chicago get married the same way ascitizens. They need to go to the courthouse or religious figure andattain their marriage license. They will need… to have valid IDs.
In order to marry a Zimbabwean citizen in Zimbabwe, a foreigncitizen must apply for and gain citizenship. If the wedding is totake place in the United Kingdom, if the British …individual hasbeen a citizen for three years, all that is required is that theZimbabwean citizen not have committed any crimes, and marries theUK citizen. This would lead to citizen ship for the Zimbabweanspouse.
Hello, I did just that! When you marry a Brazilian you must either do one of two things:. 1.st Apply for permentent residence status for your partner and that can take 6-8 mo…nths this must be done in brazil. via the embassy. once the residency papers have been complteted and you have them, your partner is now free to come and go in and out of canada.. 2. Apply for holiday visa upon arriving in canada, proceed to apply for the permenant residency in Canada. ( will take 6-8 months ) note do not tell the immigration officials that you are going to apply for residency as they will make you do it in Brazil. as well while applying if it takes more than 6 months and your tourist visa runs out, you will need to get it extended!. To understand the immigration process can sometimes be quite confusing, so unless you are used to reading and understanding legal and government forms, it's probabaly easier and wiser to look into a good immigration lawyer right here in Canada, who understands the legal process.. It's worth it!!!
If an American citizen marries a Brazilian citizen in Brazil does that person become a Brazilian citizen?
No, not unless you start the paperwork in Brazil. You would have to give up your US citizenship to become a citizen of Brazil. Your new spouse doesn't become a US citizen eith…er through marriage and they would have to apply for citizenship here too. Only being born in the US makes a person an automatic citizen.
yes. If so then what steps would l being a us citizen need to follow after we marry in the us?
This is a tough one, and you probably need to consult with an attorney who specializes in immigration law for the best advice/assistance. No one can stop you from getting ma…rried to another country's citizen...that is entirely your right. But I think your real question is, "can I bring my spouse back to the U.S. to live with me?"...and that's the country's right! In short, while you have the option to go ahead and marry your British fiancee - and even have your marriage duly recognized by the U.S. - the United States has every right to deny her entry into the country if she violated immigration rules/laws while here previously. It will almost certainly all boil down to the reason that she was deported. Typically, if someone is deported, it means that the ejecting country either no longer wanted them there or they no longer had a legal basis to be there. It's never really a good thing...but as with most other issues, it's a matter of degrees: some deportation scenarios are worse than others (deported after entering illegally, committing a crime while in the U.S., deliberately overstaying a visa, etc.). Again, for the best advice, you will need to consult with an attorney, and you'll need to give him the full facts of the case to get the best answer. Good luck!
Are you a male or female ? different rules apply to each. Generally a female takes the males country of origin/ citizenship upon marriage, But check with the British Embassy C…onsulate.
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The exact type of penalty for such crime is not being defined yet; but all of them are heavy.
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Usually in an airplane.