Can us green card holder girl marry h1 visa boy?
You can marry, but your marriage does not change your immigration status since neither of you is a US citizen.
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No. It will take many years. Spouses of greencard-holders do not automatically have a visa number available. They have to be put on a waiting list.
Can a student with an EAD card on Optional Practical Training marry a green card holder and continue to work in the US before receiving the H1-B visa?
No . You can marry the green card holder but that does not affect your ability to work. Your right to work is completely tied to your OPT and then your H1B. If there is n…o gap between the end of your OPT and start of H1B then you can carry on working. If your OPT ends then you have to stop working and can not start work again until you have your H1B. Your marriage to a green card holder is irrelevant - you must have your own visa to stay in the USA.
You can marry but there will be so many problems, as the marriage will raise questions and immigration may ask you fiance many questions and they may feel that she lied with t…hem to get to US. It is better if you apply for K1 visa for her, as soon as she is here you need to marry her within 90 days. After getting married she can apply for Green Card. USAFIS.org Green Card Consultancy
You start a relationship, and then the proposal of marriage is made. You get an approval for the marriage, and then have a wedding or civil ceremony.
Answer . Go to INS website. They can answer many questions over the phone, or by e-mail.
They can stay here. When a green card holder marries a US citizen, he/she gets to share the benefits enjoyed by the US citizen. The US citizen can also file in for the green… card holder's citizenship application.
Can you marry him? Yes. Can you take him to the US? Not without getting him a card as well. To become a citizen by marriage means you have to marry a citizen.
hello, i entered in the usa as h2b visa , and just expired last nov 2012, can i get a greencard if i get married to a greencard holder
Im overstayed already im a C1D visa if you marry a US citizen can you get green card holder or us residence?
Through a lengthy process - yes. But what is really troubling about your whole question is the fact you seem to quick to use (misuse) the institute of marriage to fulfill you…r selfish wants. I wonder what "real marriage" divorce rates would look like if we removed everyone like you from the picture? I bet marriage would have more respect! Why don;t you earn respect for yourself by earning your pathway to citizenship the legal and ethical way that millions before you have accomplished? I think you'd feel much better about yourself, and just think, then you could actually "marry" someone because you loved them!
They can apply through immediate relation (IR) as a spouse, but will have to go through the process like anyone else regardless of current visas held.
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A green card gets you into the US. It doesn't mean that you can use it to get into any other country! Each country you want to visit has its own visa regulations. Check these …requirements at the embassy (or online) according to your needs.
A person on a student visa is permitted to stay in the US only for the duration of time for which the specific course is designed. There are separate visas that one should use… in case of getting married to a US citizen - the fiance' visa. Green card holders cannot petition their spouses of fiance's inorder to get married.
Can you adjust your status after entering the US with a visa waiver program and married to a green card holder and havind a usc child?
Lawful Permanent Residents who got married before obtaining a Green Card are not required to file an Immigrant Petition on behalf of their spouse (or any children born before …becoming a Lawful Permanent Resident). A spouse and eligible children of a Lawful Permanent Resident in this category may apply for a Green Card without having an approved Immigrant Petition. This process is known as "accompanying" or "follow to join." Lawful Permanent Residents who have "adjusted" to Lawful Permanent Resident status in the U.S. must file Form I-824, Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition in order to notify the appropriate consulate that their spouse will "accompany" or "follow to join." Lawful Permanent Residents who got married after obtaining a Green Card must file a Form I-130 Immigrant Petition on behalf of their spouse in order to sponsor them for Lawful Permanent Resident (Green Card) status.
A Green Card is a pemanent US resident's visa. You don't need more than one visa.