Can a US citizen get a Mexican a visa?
Anyone who is a permanent resident of the US is not a citizen yet. So if you are truly a Mexican citizen, you are required to have a visa if traveling to Canada. If you were to become a citizen of the US, however, then no visa would be required.
A US citizen who wants to marry a Mexican with a tourist visa may do so in the state in which the US citizen resides. The Mexican national needs only to provide a valid ID; a Mexican passport will do.
Probably a ten-year wait if at all.
Do Mexican citizens with permanent residency in the US need a Mexican passport or visa to travel to Germany?
Yes, a Mexican who is a permanent US resident would need a Mexican passport and Visa to travel outside of the United States. If he or she were a naturalized US citizen they would need a US passport.
No; you also need a visa issued by the US government.
yes you do need a passport. but not a visa.
You must move to Mexico with your spouse and live there for two years with an immigrant visa, then you can apply for Mexican citizenship. You can have both a Mexican and a US passport and be a dual citizen. If you were not married to a Mexican citizen, you would have to live there for four years.
Yes. With very few exceptions, all Mexican Nationals must acquire a visa from the US Embassy or a Consulate in Mexico to enter the United States or any of its territories, like Puerto Rico.
Because he or she married an American citizen, he or she is now considered, by law, an American citizen. Therefore, the answer to your question is, yes.
Yes but you need a valid passport, and if you are not from either the US, Canada or European Union, you have to look for a visa issued by the Mexican government.
A passport and a visa.
No. Having a visa for country A will never work to get into country B -- anywhere in the world. In the case of Mexico, you need to get a visa issued by the Mexican government.
Of course not, because Cozumel is part of the Mexican Land.
Generally, no. Mexican national must obtain a visa from the US Embassy or Consulate to enter any part of the US, including its territories, like Puerto Rico.
Since 2009 all Mexican citizen are require to have a tourist visa to enter Canada. You should check with the Canada embassy in Mexico city for more information. Mexican citizens residing in the US can enter Canada by showing their Permanent Residence Card ( Green Card).
Yes, but it depends on the countries he/she wants to visit. For example, Canada and the US require visa; a Mexican can enter most European countries with his/her passport only.
What is the best way to marry a legal US resident who can't send a fiancee visa but is a Mexican citizen?
choices: 1) Marry the person and have him/her file an I-130 then "upgrade" it when the person becomes a US citizen. 2) Wait until the person is a US citizen then s/he can file for the fiancee visa. Either way you're looking at a very long wait until you can come to the USA.
You can legally bring your fiancee from Mexico with a "fiancee Visa" and you will have 3 months to marry him.
do you need a visa to travel to the uk A US citizen does not need a visa to enter the UK.
No. A US citizen can be a tourist in Germany VISA-free for 90 days.
If a us citizen marries a Mexican citizen and they live in Mexico will the us allow her to have dual citizenship Mexico and us?
US citizenship cannot be lost by her becoming a Mexican citizen. Mexico would control whether she becomes a Mexican citizen. US has no involvement in the process.
No. The passport is all you need.
Can a US citizen legally marry a person who is in the country with a tourist visa but a tourist visa has expired for years?
Can a us citizen marry a person who has a expired student visa?
In US Federal court, yes. As can US Americans sue Mexican Americans.
Yes a US citizen traveling to South Korea needs a Visa.
Do Mexican citizens with permanent residency in the US need a Mexican passport or visa to travel to Japan?
If you can get a US passport, you don't need a Mexican passport or visa.
If a us citizen married a Mexican citizen in Mexico can the us citizen live in Mexico as a tourist if yes for how long?
I married a Mexican citizen in Mexico and I am a US citizen, and we currently live in Mexico. You can only live in Mexico for the time they alloted on your white paper when you entered the country, usually it is 90-180 days. During that time you should apply for a FM2 at the immigration office. An FM2 is a visa that allows you to live in Mexico. You would qualify for it because… Read More
A company has to sponsor the Mexican to get a work visa.
Yes. I married my wife, a Mexican citizen, in the US while living with her family in Mexico. She had a B1-B2 visa so she could legally enter the US. We returned to Mexico to live. It took 4 hrs including crossing the border. For us to get PERMISSION to marry in Mexico would have taken months.
Mexican citizens need a visa to enter Turkey. Some nationalities can obtain a visa at the point of arrival in Turkey, but Mexico is not one of these countries. They need to obtain the visa from a Turkish consulate before they leave.
You don't need a visa to enter Mexico if you are an American, Canadian or European citizen. If you, however, are from other country, even when entering from either territory you need to have a visa issued by the Mexican government.
Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport.
How long a US citizen can stay in European nation without a visa depends on the nation the citizen is staying in. Most nations require a visa simple to enter the nation.
if you are a US citizen NO need a visa.
Currently, Belgium is under the list of countries that are eligible for Visa Waiver program in the US. So a Belgian citizen need not apply for a visa to enter the US.
Yes a K1 visa is classified as a non imigrant visa. It allows a non US citizen to come into the country to marry his/ her US citizen fiance. After the two are married, the non US citizen receives permanent resident status from the department of homeland security.
No. As a Mexican citizen, you can stay up to 90 days in Venezuela, provided you have a Mexican passport.
No. He also needs a visa issued by the Canadian government.
A K-3 visa is a visa that is a non immigrant visa. It is used by the foreign spouse of a US citizen to visit the US.
If you want to travel in another country then you need a visa. Except some of the European countries. No a US citizen does not need a visa to enter the UK.
If an American citizen wanted to marry a Mexican citizen and bring her to the US permanently would it be easier and quicker to marry in Mexico or the US?
Your best bet is to get married in U.S make sure to get all proper documents,like visa passport and You'll be good to go!
Yes US citizens need a visa.
No. Colombian citizens need to get a visa from the Mexican embassy prior to any travel into Mexico.
Yes, a US citizen can marry an illegal alien whose Visa has expired in San Francisco. The illegal will still have to renew their Visa to stay in the US.
if a kid is born from a us citizen then they are a us citizen
If a US citizen marries a British citizen in Europe is the British citizen allowed to renter the US on a visa waver if we intend to reside in Europe?
Any British citizen can enter the US on the Visa waiver program for 3 months as a tourist only--working is not allowed.
Mexican citizen does not need a visa to travel in Peru. Travel requirements are the passport and the Tarjeta Andina de Migracion (TAM) form provided on the airplane and borders.
how can you be a Canadian citizen with Indian passport. If you are Canadian resident with Indian passport yes you have to get a US Visa.
You don't need a visa to travel (back) to your country of citizenship.