How long you need to wait to work after marry an American citizen?
When you file your green card application you can file form Form I-765, "Application for Employment Authorization": if the alien spouse does not have a work visa (for example an H1B visa), this form can be used to request employment authorization card.
You should get the EAD card in within 90 days.
You should get the EAD card in within 90 days.
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The process generally takes about 80 years, but Muslims take about90-95 because they're usually terrorists.
Answer . \nFirst of all, when British citizen and an American marry's, they become an AmeriBrit and have equal rights to work in both countries on their choosing.
If you go onto the USCIS.Gov website there is a form to petition for a fiance, I believe it is K129 or I129. I know you have to get married within 90 days of sending in the ap…plication. After that you can apply for a work permit in the US and a green card. However, should you divorce within a certain time period the person will have to return to the UK.
Answer . A fiances visa first and formost, so you can get married inside the US. Then apply for a green card ,a lawyer is always best.
Well, first of all your phrasal structure is wrong. . You have to wait at least 1 to 3 years.
The biometric appointment is usually 1 to 2 months after sending in the adjustment of status forums after you are married in the USA. The work permit usually comes 2 to 3 mont…hs after the biometric. The whole process can take 3 to 6 months. It always just depends on so many unknown government variables .. Added: . I got my biometrics appointment within a month. My Interview was schedule just 3 months after filing the adjustment of status paper work. -- Chicago 2009.
If you are a foreigner marrying a US citizen, then no you are not a US citizen. Marriage to a citizen does normally give you "permanent resident" status for the duration of …the union, and qualifies you for certain paths to citizenship, but it's not automatically granted.
It's my understanding that you are able to work almost immediately. You must present the proper marriage documentation to the local authority and they will issue your residenc…e and work permit together. The first permit(s) issued is/are for 2 years and after that time, if you are still married, another permit is issued for an extended period. I've been researching this same question a lot recently and all the information I've discovered has led me to believe that it's all pretty straightforward. Imagine that!. Check out this site for further info. Look for "Frequently asked questions: Visa". http://www.germany.info
yes. thx to the paranoid anti-terror(muslim) fear-mongers 177
If the person is a US citizen it doesn't matter when they naturalized. You can marry a USC anytime and they can petition for you whenever.
i believe you have to be a legal resident for 5 yrs before you can apply for a citizenship
3 years, then you can begin the Naturalization process.
One week regardless of whether you're married to a Maltese or not... Check this blog for details: http://malta-howtoguide.blogspot.com/2011/12/how-to-get-i.html
I am in the same boat you are! I did some research and here is a link for you to look up the information you need. Please be sure to scroll down till you see the K-3 Visa:Ma…rrying outside of the US Header. Best of luck to the both of us. I dont copy paste cause they have clickable links there to needed forums!
The requisite documents obtained from the local court house is all that is required.
United States Citizenship by Naturalization has no correlation to length of time one is married to their U.S. Citizen spouse. One's eligibility to Naturalize, instead, depends… primarily on time legally resident in the United States as an Legal Permanent Resident (LPR). So, in the most common scenario, where one enters the country having newly (within 2 years of having applied for Permanent Residency) married a US Citizen one would receive a CR2 Green Card. The CR2 is a "Conditional" Green Card that expires two (2) years after it was first issued. 90-Days prior to the CR2's expiry, one must apply to Remove Conditions by submitting the appropriate application to USCIS and including the required documentary evidence supporting not only the continued existence of the marriage (though in certain circumstances where the marriage no longer exists conditions may still be removed) but the genuineness of the marriage a d initio . Once the application to Remove Conditions is received a temporary 1-year extension on the CR2 is issued to permit USCIS to process the application. Once USCIS approved the request to Remove Conditions, the full ten (10) year Green Card is issued. Having been approved as an LPR on the basis of marriage to a US Citizen, your time to naturalization is reduced from the standard five (5) year residency to just three (3) years from issuance of the initial CR2 Green Card. After the 3-year anniversary of the CR2's issuance, you can apply to Naturalize. The 3-year guideline for naturalization does not actually mean that you need to be married for that period of time. It is possible to have the marriage last less than that (indeed, in some circumstances, less than even the validity period of the CR2) and still qualify to Naturalize.