Is it a different process for an illegal immigrant from Mexico to become legal than it is for someone who is from another country?
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Answer . \nWith a U.S. visa. But have in mind that the U.S. immigration laws virtually deny a visa (any tipe of visa) to any poor, unskilled, uneducated (no college degree)… foreigner.. Answer . \nThe interested party can find information relating to their individual circumstanes at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website, http://www.uscis.gov
Answer . A foreign national who is unlawfully present in the US is not eligible for permanent residency or citizenship unless they qualify as a refugee or asylee.\nThe per…son must return to their country of origin and apply for reentry under US immigration laws. \n. \nA foreign national who has been unlawfully present in the US for 12 months or less is barred from applying for entry for 3 years. A foreign national who has been unlawfully present in the US for more than 12 months is barred from applying for entry for 10 years..
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes. Paperwork. Lots and lots of paperwork to apply for citizenship. But luck must be on their side because final selections are done 'lottery' styl…e and only a small percentage of those who apply are accepted each year.\n. \n . \n Marriage to a US citizen does not guarantee permanent resident status or citizenship for the immigrant spouse.\n. \nIt simply upgrades the procedure priority of the applicant.. Answer . Sure, he can go home, apply for entry through LEGAL processes and enter the country when he has been invited.
You need to know English and you also need a green card
Answer There is no easy way.I have been ill over loosing my boyfriend who was deported after being here illegally 9yrs.The gov. does not see it even in the eyes of a child….They do not see it in our eyes or who they even hurt.We will never get the chance to be heard.To them we are animals without rights.You could have a dying love one here and they still will deport you.I is all about money and control.I will say this though,one day we all will be judged by a more powerful being and i feel sorry for you who torn so many familys apart.You would think diff. if the shoe was on the other foot!!!! Answer Unfortunately, you can't. If you came into the country legally but overstayed your visa, then you can marry and gain permanent residency. However, if you entered the country illegally, you can only hope that Congress and the president pass legislation granting you amnesty. Answer You can apply for residency status with the INS. Depending on who you are and how you came to be in the US in the first place, you may have to jump through various hoops. This is a complicated area, and you'd probably speak to an immigration lawyer about your specific case before beginning the process to be safe.
In the United States some of the inadmissible non-immigrant applicants and aliens who are not eligible to be admitted as an immigrant or adjust status in US must file Form I-6…01 in order to seek a waiver of certain grounds of inadmissibility. They must submit all 11 pages of the INS forms. The Filing Fee is $585. Ample proofs and support documents are required for Form I-601 filing. Also by Dick Durbin and Orrin Hatch on August 1, 2001 in the senate an American legislative proposal was first introduced called the DREAM Act (acronym for Development, Relief, and Education for Alien Minors). To certain illegal persons with good moral character and who graduate from U.S. high schools, having arrived in the United States as minors and lived continuously for minimum 5 years prior to the bill's endorsement, the bill would provide conditional permanent residency.
You have to have a passport saying that you has payed to go wherever you are trying to go.
legal means you can bum Scott Williams illegal means you can only bum his face
Legal immigrants have prove that they are able to be here illegal immigrants are not sloud to be in the united states unless they have a legal pass.
Filing a petition to become a legal citizen of the United States. In order to apply for U.S. Citizenship you need to: 1) Be a lawful permanent U.S. resident. 2) Be 18 ye…ars of age or older. 3) Be a permanent resident for no less than 5 years. 4) Have resided for no less than 3 months in the state where the petition to become a citizen was filed. 5) Be physically present in the U.S. for at least one half of the 5 years, with no absences longer than 6 months. 6) Have resided continuously within the U.S. from the date the petition was filed to the time of admission to citizenship. 7) Have been a person of good moral character for the 5 years of residence. 8) Have an Elementary level of reading and writing English. 9) Having a basic knowledge of the fundamentals of U.S. government and history.
Crossing the border by running, jumping, or swimming. Many of them die in their attemp to.
It became a problem when too many started coming and people aren't happy about it. Same thing would happen if illegals were coming from any other country.
A legal immigrant is someone who went through the normal process of getting the necessary visa's and/or passport's to come to whatever country they wanted to go to. If they …decide to become a citizen, since they followed the laws and got the necessary paper work, they wait the proper years and/or months they have to, apply for citizenship, and take whatever tests they are given about the country's history. And, they then become a legal citizen. The process varies by country. An illegal immigrant is someone who crosses the border and/or enters a country without the necessary paper work (visa's/passports..), and overall breaks the law. This has become a growing problem in countries (Ex. United States and Europe) where people enter the country illegally because they don't want to do it the proper way, probably because it takes longer. These are usually people who escape a troubled homeland that has a not-so-good government and barely any jobs. They are classified as an "Alien".
Yes but it all depends how they entered and what their circumstances are.
A legal immigrant is someone who has entered a country afterobtaining the required permissions such as a Visa, and whocontinues to meet the requirements of that permission. . … An illegal immigrant is someone who has entered a countrywithout the required permissions (by being smuggled in, forexample) or who has stayed beyond the time permitted by thosepermissions (as in overstaying a Visa).
I think it just depends who it is if it's some people that went doi g good things I don't think they should be allowed to be citizens, but if it's like a single who mother who… just wants her child to have a better future and hasnt even done anything wrong over then over staying, I think those kind of people should be give a chance.
How can a US citizen become legal in Mexico if they have been living for 2 yrs as an illegal immigrant in Mexico?
In 2011 Mexico decriminalized illegal immigration, thus becoming anadministrative infraction punishable with a fine that stays aroundUS$500. Mexico also recognizes dual citize…nship, so all you have todo is to define your status, pay the corresponding fine and beginthe process to acquire legal residence through the FM2 (immigrant)process. You should however, consult a legal advisor.