No. When he presents his "green card" for identification purposes the FBI and INS will be notified and he will be taken into custody. He is an illegal alien and will be treated as such. The new Homeland Security laws are rigidly enforced and he will be deported again, perhaps even detained an undetermined amount of time in a federal facility.
Get married and apply for Permanent Residency which will take about 6 months to 1 year to get approved. Then after getting Residency status after 3 years apply for Citizenship.
You will not get deported. I heard that you can get married only in some states and/or counties. But keep in mind that getting married to an American citizen and getting a "green card" are two different things; somehow related but different. Your best choice would be: The U.S. citizen should apply for a fiance(e) visa (type K-1, I think) and then the immigrant fiance(e) would enter with that visa and marry. If you go directly to the USCIS, for God's sake don't tell them that the prospect fiance(e) is illegally in the U.S., in other words lie about that. Tell them that you met in the prospect immigrant home country. Of course you may have to provide some tangible evidence of that, like phone calls, letters, emails, pictures, etc., but you'll figure something out. When the fiance(e) enters the U.S. with his/her visa, he/she has 90 days to marry the U.S. citizen who applied for his/her visa.
Illegally married? You mean the fiance was an "Illegal" when he married? If the fiance was married then the fiance's marriage must be legally concluded (divorced) before applying for a K-1. They also must exit the US to qualify for a K-1.
If the Australian authorities see that he has been deported from another country for violating his visa requirements then you will have a difficult time obtaining a visa for him. Maybe you could consider meeting him in Pakistan.
If you entered illegally, then no, marriage would not make you legal. You would need to file and win a I-601 waiver at the US embassy of your home country.
Not likely. "Deported for life" means exactly that, the foreign national will not be allowed to apply for reentry into the US under any status. The person had the right to file an appeal before he or she was deported, apparently they failed to do so or the appeal was not successful.
The person is considered "out of status" or a "status violator" and must voluntarily return to their country of origin or be subject to deportation. If deported they will be barred from applying for reentry to the U.S. for at least one year or more.
no you cannot if he is in there with a deportion status it is not possible. is he going to africa?????
If she is illegal and working, not only can she get in trouble, but her employer can as well. She can be deported, working illegally doesn't help her case. Hopefully her lawyer is really good and she can become legal. Not necessarily, the USCIS decides cases based upon their individual merit. It is a fallacy that every illegal foreign national is deported as a matter of recourse. However, if the person used fraudulent documents to obtain employment such as a false Social Security number, it is likely he will be deported as he has committed a federal crime. More information can be found at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website, http://www.uscis.gov
You would have to file the I-30 formthat is a fiance visa but if he entered the us illegally he would have to go back to his home country and wait for permission from both countries to enter but he would have to get waiver bacause once deported he wont be able to enter then u would have 90 days to get married this s if hes pardon on charges depends if its a aggravated felony fat chance then you would have to show hardship if he was deported this is alot of work but if he entered inthe us legally and no crimnal record then after entering and the 90n day are one he should have green card in 90 ndays .
seek asylum or get her an fiance visa then get married in three or four months
I did it and my husband is not back yet, I believe you still have to do the exact same paper work as if you were only fiance the i-212 and the extreme hardship form, we also have a child together.
Yes provided your fiance has no other visa and not already in US. For marriage purpose, its important for your fiance to enter US with a fiance visa and also to get married within 90 days after entering US else she would have to return to home country.
You need passports to leave the country.
The illegal can get a green card after marriage. If they came into the country legally, and just over stayed there visit they can do that. If they came into the country illegally, then they might be better off leaving and going back home. Then they can get a fiance visa. They can then come back into the country and have 60 days to get married. This way it looks like they never broke the law or entered illegally in the first place. If they file for residency or green card while they are here illegally, they will most likely be deported and sent back home with little chance of filing papework to get back in, because now the US government knows the story. This way may cost more to go back home, but it's playing it safe. You risk not getting married if you file the I-103 i think the form is.If caught after marriage, while still residing in the US illegally, The person is also liable for criminal charges of:Falsifying documents (Marriage licences state: Legally residing in...)Attempting to gain US Citizenship under false pretenses.
The feminine of fiance, is simply fiance.
eewww hell no!
You should convince your partner to get married in your country of origin
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How does a none immigrant fiance apply for a none immgrant fiance?
If you get married in a country other than the US.
You should get a marriage license from the country of origin.
rihanna does have a fiance.