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You can marry, but your marriage does not change your immigration status since neither of you is a US citizen.
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Can an illegal alien marry a permanent green card holder and get a visa quicker?

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 no 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.

Can a green card holder marry his fiance who is legally in the U.S. on a tourist visa?

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 them 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

What is the minimum amount of time you can have an H1-B visa before acquiring a Green Card?

\n. \n Answer \n. \nI am not an expert on immigration but, I have read a lot about immigration procedures. I think that everyone with a visa other than a simple tourist visa can apply almost immediately for permanet residen alien visa (green card). But do not take my word for it, since i can not remember well.\n. \n Answer \n. \nI meant that I am not immigration expert, but I have read about immigration procedures (USA).\n. \n. \n Answer \n. \nYou can begin right away, as long as your employer has already conducted the necessary recruitment procedure for the Labor Certification. Labor Certification under PERM is now taking just a few months, and there after you can simultaneously submit your Immigrant Petition and green card application.\n. \nRachel\nHouston, TX

Can a green card holder get a divorce in the US if they were married in India?

Answer . One of the best things to do is to consult a divorce lawyer in the American city that you live in. In particular, you want this divorce lawyer to tell you what are the laws (in the American state you are located in) that apply to you. [Note: be sure to ask if the first consultation is free of charge. This is common practice in the US.]

What is the process for a green card holder to marry a US Citizen?

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.

Is it legal to marry a green card holder when you have an extended J1 Visa?

Answer . Go to INS website. They can answer many questions over the phone, or by e-mail.

If you have been in the US for 7 months and your visa has expired but you have plans to be married to a 'green card' holder how long will it take to obtain a Social Security number?

A foreign national cannot obtain a US Social Security number without proof that he or she is within the US legally.. The issue of the pending marriage to a permanent resident of the US, is not relevant, as marriage to an individual with such status or a US citizen does not automatically confer residency rights to the foreign spouse.. In addition those persons who are found to be illegally will not be allowed to marry, be employed, etc. and will be deported to their country of origin.

Does a US Green Card holder need a Visa to go to France?

depends on where you're from. with the green card, you do not need to have visa to visit Canada or Mexico, however, European countries still require visa based on your country of citizenship. my advice is to try get a usa travel document,not your country's. jean Pierre kabahizi

I had a student visa but went out of status Can i marry a green card holder and apply for a green card?

I had a student visa but went out of status Can i marry a green card holder and apply for a green card?"

Can a us green card holder marry filipino and bring back to US?

No, A US Green Card holder can't marry a Filipino and bring themback to the US. The spouse will need to apply for a Visa to beadmitted into the US.

What countries can green card holder can travel without a visa?

USA, CANADA, MEXICO, some Central American countries, some Caribbean islands, Switzerland . and to those to which nationals of your countries are allowed to travel without a visa or resident permit. There might be some more. Note: You must hold the actual card in most cases. Starting Dec 2008, Switzerland is a part of Shenghen nations and does not waive visa requirements for GC holders.

What if a Green card holder marries a US citizen?

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.

You are on a valid H1B visa and getting married to a green card holder what is a quicker way to get your green card through your green card holder spouse or sponsored by your employer?

Hi. I got married to a green card Holder outside India. I applied for H1b and got my work visa and came to Us through that. Hoe can i convert my H1b to greencard.He got his green card 3 and half months before. can anyone answer

If you are US Green Card holder can you visit Australia on visitor visa?

Does not matter if you are a US Green Card holder or not, when you have an Australian visitor visa, you can go there.

What countries do not require a visa for US permanent residents Green card holders?

country that do not required visa permanently out of the country resident greencardholder . Green Card . The "green card," which has not really been green-colored for many years, is also known by other terms: a permanent visa, lawful permanent residence, and immigration to the US. Students who have been to our biannual program, "Visas After Graduation" should already have a fairly clear understanding about the process to become a permanent resident of the United States. (If you have never attended this program and you are interested in any kind of stay in the US beyond the achievement of your degree goal, you should certainly attend before you finish at Cornell. Look for date and time in the ISSO.). Five Ways . There are five ways to immigrate to the US. Most of these categories for immigration have yearly numerical limits, or quotas. The overall yearly limit is about 700,000. Immediate relatives (spouses and minor children of US citizens, and parents of adult US citizens) have no limit.. Immediate Relatives . The first route is through the petition of a close relative -- spouse, child over 21, parent, brother or sister who is a citizen of the US; or spouse or parent who is a US permanent resident. (Anyone born in the US is a citizen of the US; permanent residents can become citizens through naturalization, after a required period of residence in the US.) Some of these routes to permanent residence are severely back-logged, however, depending on the type of relative and the nationality of the applicant. The brother or sister of a US citizen could have a wait of as much as ten years, depending on their nationality.. Diversity Lottery . Secondly, there is the "lottery"! The purpose of the "diversity immigrants" category is to increase US immigration from countries with low representation over the last few decades. The "winners" were randomly selected from a huge pool of applicants who mailed in simple applications within a specified period. This year there will be 55,000 slots available per year for people from countries determined to have low immigration, and the eligible applicants will be randomly selected from a huge number of mailed-in requests. For more information and instructions, go to: The Diversity Lottery . Employer Sponsorship . The third way to get a green card is through an employer. An employer can petition for an extraordinary employee, an outstanding professor or researcher, a multinational executive or manager, a professional holding an advanced degree, or a person of "exceptional ability." There are also some permanent visas available for certain types of "skilled workers," professionals with basic degrees, ministers, and religious workers.. Two Other Ways . There are two other, less often used ways to obtain US permanent residence. Investors with $1 million in capital and the ability to employ at least 10 US nationals, have the possibility of getting one of 10,000 visas a year! There are also places reserved for refugees and people seeking political asylum.. How to Become a U.S. Permanent Resident or "Green Card" Holder . Green Card . The "green card," which has not really been green-colored for many years, is also known by other terms: a permanent visa, lawful permanent residence, and immigration to the US. Students who have been to our biannual program, After should already have a fairly clear understanding about the process to become a permanent resident of the United States. (If you have never attended this program and you are interested in any kind of stay in the US beyond the achievement of your degree goal, you should certainly attend before you finish at Cornell. Look for date in the ISSO.). Five Ways . There are five ways to immigrate to the US. Most of these categories for immigration have yearly numerical limits, or quotas. The overall yearly limit is about 700,000. Immediate relatives (spouses and minor children of US citizens, and parents of adult US citizens) have no limit.. Immediate Relatives . The first route is through the petition of a close relative -- spouse, child over 21, parent, brother or sister who is a citizen of the US; or spouse or parent who is a US permanent resident. (Anyone born in the US is a citizen of the US; permanent residents can become citizens through naturalization, after a required period of residence in the US.) Some of these routes to permanent residence are severely back-logged, however, depending on the type of relative and the nationality of the applicant. The brother or sister of a US citizen could have a wait of as much as ten years, depending on their nationality.. Diversity Lottery . Secondly, there is the "lottery"! The purpose of the "diversity immigrants" category is to increase US immigration from countries with low representation over the last few decades. The "winners" were randomly selected from a huge pool of applicants who mailed in simple applications within a specified period. This year there will be 55,000 slots available per year for people from countries determined to have low immigration, and the eligible applicants will be randomly selected from a huge number of mailed-in requests. For more information and instructions.. Employer Sponsorship. The third way to get a green card is through an employer. An employer can petition for an extraordinary employee, an outstanding professor or researcher, a multinational executive or manager, a professional holding an advanced degree, or a person of "exceptional ability." There are also some permanent visas available for certain types of "skilled workers," professionals with basic degrees, ministers, and religious workers.. Two Other Ways . There are two other, less often used ways to obtain US permanent residence. Investors with $1 million in capital and the ability to employ at least 10 US nationals, have the possibility of getting one of 10,000 visas a year! There are also places reserved for refugees and people seeking political asylum.lated Resources.

Does a US Green card holder need a visa to go to Mexico?

No. you don't know. If you are US or Canadian green car holder ( permanent resident), then you don't need to get advanced tourist visa to enter Mexico. See link below. http://portal.sre.gob.mx/was_eng/index.php?option=displaypage&Itemid=55&op=page&SubMenu=

Us green card holder needs visa to visit Europe?

The Green Card is irrelevant. Whether you need a visa for the various countries of Europe depends entirely on your nationality and that of your passport.

If a person who entered the US legally and does not have a green card yet marries a permanent resident or a green card holder does he or she also get the a green card?

No, you have to wait till your spouse will get US citizenship or if you are working for a company and they ned your skills they can employ an immigration lawyer who can get one on for you.

Can a green card holder marry a boy from India and can she take him to US?

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.

Does a US green card holder need a visa to travel to New Zealand?

Having a "green card" from the United States will allow you to enter the US if you leave. It has nothing to do with access to other countries. Whether or not you will need a visa to travel to New Zealand depends on the country from which you have your passport.

What happen if I get married to a green-card holder and I'm h2b visa?

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

What Caribbean islands can a US green card holder travel without a visa?

Great question because I live in the Caribbean You can go to St.Thomas, St.John, St. Croix and that's basically it. Very limited that's why I also have a British and American passports. Then you can go to all of the islands.

H2B visa holder can be sponsor by a us citizen sister for a green card or immigrant?

Can I apply for a Green Card while on H-2B status? Yes, you may apply for Green Card while on H-2B visa. You may attain an immigrant status in the U.S. through the Family Based Immigration. If you have close relatives who are U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents, the relatives may file an immigration petition for you as the beneficiary. Close relatives, as defined by immigration law, include parents, unmarried minor children and spouses.

Does a US green card holder need a visa to travel to Thailand?

it depends on how long your going for. if its longer than a week you need a visa According to Thai Immigration Rules and Regulations, there are several types of visa to be chosen from depending on each foreigner's qualifications and objective of their stay which can be categorized; as follow: 1. 30 Day Stamp: 2. Tourist Visa (TR): 3. Retirement Visa (Non Immigrant "O"): 4. Marriage Visa ( Non Immigrant "O"): 5. Business visa ( Non Immigrant "B"):

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 your 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!

Does US green card holder need visa to visit Malaysia?

If you have a green card and a travel document from the USCIS you need a visa. But if you are a green card holder and have a passport, you may not need a visa depending upon the country of citizenship, i.e. green card is irrelevant. Check the list of citizens who requires visa for Malaysia.

Can a J1 visa holder married to a US citizen get a green card?

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.

Can a US green card holder travel to Canada with their Iranian passport without the visa?

Yes, you can. You just have to take your green card along with your Iranian passport.

Can an alien who marries a US green card holder apply for a US green card?

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 U.S. permanent resident green card holder can petition to immigrate a foreign spouse. However, there is currently a 3 year freeze place on the file before the foreigner is allowed to "apply" for a green card. The purpose of freezing the file is to prevent one foreigner who is new to the U.S. from reaching back to the home country and immigrating all the family members: spouses, parents, adult children, etc. Sometimes, it is quickest for the LPR spouse to apply for U.S. citizenship in order to avoid the 3 year delay in case processing. It helps for you to apply for U.S. citizenship at your nearest opportunity. In the meantime, it can be acceptable to start the initial petition process to immigrate the foreign spouse. Although I (Allan) am an immigration attorney, the information above is general in nature and is not intended to be relied upon as legal advice in any particular case.

Does a green card holder can enter japan without a visa?

If you are a citizen of a country whose citizen do not need a visa to visit Japan, then you are fine; Green card does not waive visa requirement for Japan.

Does a US green card holder need a visa to travel to Peru?

With a Green Card, a holder can enter any country a US citizen does not need a visa, without a visa. You must however, find out the maximum duration one is allowed to stay in the foreign country with each visit.

Does a us green card holder need a visa to visit the Caribbean?

It depends on the country of citizenship. A UK citizen would not need a visa if they travel to the Caribbean just their Green Card and Passport.

Can a US green card holder travel to Switzerland without a visa?

Yes--you need a visa now--My wife is from China00and has a American Green Card she was forced to go back home because she did not have a visa!

What happens if a green card holder marry a US citizen?

After 3 years of successful marriage you can apply for US citizenship provided you have continuous physical presence to meet residential requirement for naturalization.

Can US green card holder enter Guam without a visa?

Yes. Guam is a US territory Yes.Once you become US Permanent Resident green card holders, there are 11 countries and territories that they can travel to without applying for a tourist visa to enter as long as they carry with them their valid US Permanent resident cards and Philippine passports (some countries have more restrictions). American Samoa,Bermuda,British Virgin Islands,Canada,Cayman Islands, Guam, Guatemala, Mexico,Netherlands Antilles,Panama,Taiwan and US Virgin Islands are the eleven. Important point to remember is the duration of the each visit should be less than 180 days.

Which countries do not need visa for US green card holders?

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.

What country can green card holder can trabel without a visa?

If you have Indian citizenship,passport and got US GC then for Bahamas, Canada, Mexico and Switzerland you don't need visitor or tourist visa.You can travel to Costa Rica without needing a visa too.Assuming you have an Indian passport, the UK and France will exempt you from a Transit visa but not a visitor's visa.You'll need tourist visas for UK and France.

Can US green card holder girl marry with Indian boy who is in US on student visa?

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 a us woman marry a man with a green card visa?

I presume from your question that the US woman is about to marry a man who is in the US on a Fiance visa. She can marry that person within 90 days of his entry into the US. Also the marriage should be a genuine one and not for the sake of getting a green card. If it is a fake arrangement, then the fiance may be deported back and the US citizen may face legal problems.

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.

Does a green card holder need a visa to US?

A Green Card is a pemanent US resident's visa. You don't need more than one visa.

Can a green card holder marry a visiter that's in the US?

Yes provided the visitor continues stays in legal status.Once the marriage formalities are complete the green card holder can petition for green card for spouse by filing Form I-130 and also concurrently file Form I-485 for adjustment of status.

Can a US green card holder travel to Spain without a visa?

The fact that you hold a US "green card" is essentially irrelevant. What matters is the relationship whatever country you are a citizen of has with Spain. US Citizens, with a US passport, can enter Spain for up to 90 days without a visa. You should check with your country's embassy or consulate to determine whether you can legally enter Spain without a visa.

Am a green card holder do you need a visa to Dubai?

To visit Dubai, the second largest emirate in the United Arab Emirates(UAE), you must apply for a UAE visa in person at the Embassy of the UAE in Washington, D.C. Only visit visas are issued by the Embassy and it does not issue tourist or transit visas. To get a visa you first must receive sponsorship from an individual or an organization in Dubai/UAE. .

Can a green card holder get married in Switzerland?

A US citizen with a green card can get married to a Switzerland citizen if they have the proper documentation. To do so, you need to go to the office where all marriages are processed and they can tell you which documents specifically you will need.

Does a us green card holder need a visa to Cancun?

A green card allows you to enter the United States. It doesn't mean it will allow you to enter other countries, though. In the case of Mexico, you need to present your international passport; if you have an American passport you may enter Mexico without needing a visa. Otherwise, some restrictions apply but in general terms, people from developed countries don't require a visa to enter Mexico.

Can a US green card holder marry a filipino and bring her back to the US?

Can a US green card holder marry a filipino and petition for aspousal visa to the US

Can a US green card holder travel to Mexico visa free?

No. To enter Mexico from the US you would need your Americanpassport. If you don't, you would require an ID or birthcertificate when traveling by land.

Do US green card holders need a visa to go to France?

The green card is a visa for the US, not any other country. To goto France the person would need a passport from their home country(as they are not US citizens yet) and a visa if the immigrationlaws of France require one for their country.