If the marriage is legal in Barbados, the US will recognize the marriage as being legal.
Marriage is a wonderful event. Yes, if a female US citizen legally marries a non US citizen in the state of Michigan, they are indeed legally married.
not legally, only if you get married.
If you are legally in the US, you file in the state where you live. You do the same thing as a citizen of the US would do.
As long as you are legally married to a US citizen, you are a citizen. it doesn't matter if you get divorced or not. YOU ARE A CITIZEN!
No, you can only be legally married to one person at a time.
No- that is considered bigamy.
I don't think so.
A permanent resident that has lived here legally for 5 years. 3 years if married to a US. Citizen.
yes they can but only if they are a citizen. hope that help
No. Barbados is an independent island nation of the Lesser Antilles.
Legally you can marry them in Mexico and then bring them back to the US. They are allowed to be in the US if they are married to a US Citizen.
yes you are legally married.
No, she has a green card. She was born in the Barbados.
An illegal resident can not legally get married in the US. In order to obtain an Marriage License, you must be able to prove that you are either a US citizen or here legally.
No, the Canadian has to be married to the American in order to live or work in America. Because you have to be married to an American to get a green card in order to do that.
No it's not legal without a legal visa to get married.
If the marriage was conducted legally in the other country, the US will recognize the marriage is valid.
It depends on whether or not you are here legally. You will not legally be a citizen until you have lived in the US for four years after you have bought a home in the US.
You can't marry somebody--legal or not--who is already married. At least not in America. If the US doesn't recognize the marriage or if it is invalidated by a US judicial representative there's no reason why a citizen can't marry the immigrant.