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Can a us citizen marry a person who has a expired student visa?

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No, the person is now considered to be within the U.S. illegally and he or she will have to return to their country of origin voluntarily or be deported.




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.


It is a person who is a foreigner (not a citizen) who tours a country not native to that person.tourist travelling to and between foreign countries


is a british citizen can get maried to a tourist visa in the uk


Each country will be different so this depends. In Canada your tourist visa would still be valid.


If you are married to a US citizen but your tourist visa is expired and you lost your I-94, you should immediately apply for a new visa or return to your country. Your I-94 is filed electronically, and you can get a new copy from the Department of Homeland Security. If you don't take action yourself, you may end up being deported and not allowed to return.


A tourist is a person that travels in a place or country with a purpose to enjoy the scenery or experience its culture. And if a tourist wants to get married to a native citizen, he/she will have to undergo a lot of examinations and interviews.



If the person is already married in the Philippines, that marriage would have to be legally annulled first. You can then marry the person even if she or he has a tourist visa. As long as you are a legal citizen of the U.S.A, your new wife or husband will automatically become a citizen as well.


They have to become citizens of that country to marry that person. As long as she came to the US legally, and has proofnoprior marriage (proof of divorce) you can marry her in the US or her home country. It would be easier to marry her in the US and apply for I-485 status adjustment. They do not have to be a citizen of the country as stated above. You should still consult an immigration lawyer. Unless you are on the tourist visa, then rolls simply change. You need to file for I-485, and your US citizen spouse needs affidavit of support and other forms of documents.


I do not think so. He/she is an illegal immigrant the time her tourist visa expired. And I really doubt that he/she will be able to get a visa or "green card" without leaving the country first. But, if that child has a parent or brother or sister over 21 years old who is in the US legally those relatives could apply for a visa to bring him/her to the US legally. Also, as far as I know, you first have to be a legal permanent resident (have a permanent resident alien card, or "green card") to apply for citizenship.


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In general, marriages which are legally performed and valid abroad are also legally valid in the United States. The embassy or tourist information bureau of the country in which the marriage will happen is the best source of information about marriage in that country. That being said, you still need to get a U.S. marriage license


Since you came into the u.s. legally and over stayed on your tourist visa but got married. Your wife or husband can file a petition I-130,green card, and work permit through the immigration. The work permit it is filing for socail sercurity. Please talk to a lawyer about this process.


If paternity has been legally established, then yes she can file for child support for your child by contacting her local government. If paternity has not been established legally, then a paternity test will be necessary before any further steps can be taken.


A US citizen can marry a foreign national on a tourist visa. The only requirement is that neither of them should already be married.


It depends on both your nationality and on the country ou are going to visit.For example, a citizen of country A may require a visa for country P but not for Q.A citizen of B may require a visa for Q but not for P.A citizen of C may require a visa for both, and a citizen of D for neither.Whether you need a visa also depends on how long you want to go for, and whether you are going as a tourist or want to work.There are over 190 countries, that makes nearly 40,000 possible combinations!It is better to ask: "I am a citizen of country X, do I need a visa to visit country Y".


not legally, you need a work visa


Yes, if they have applied for a Partner Residency visa, and their visa has been approved. No, if they are a tourist visiting Australia.


No. They go by the country of your origin. In this case, the Philippines, not Dubai.


Good question. In general, marriages which are legally performed and valid abroad are also legally valid in the United States. The embassy or tourist information bureau of the country in which the marriage will happen is the best source of information about marriage in that country.


Yes, Indian tourist visa can be extended on medical grounds.


a domestic tourist is a person who travels in his/her country



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