Can a US citizen who is unemployed sponsor his wife whose I-94 has not expired yet for US citizenship?
The US citizen can sponsor his wife for a green card, not for US citizenship. Since he is currently unemployed, he will need to get a joint sponsor to complete an affidavit of support for his wife.
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If you are a non-us citizen and you are married to a US citizen but your I-94 has expired can you still apply for a green card?
Yes you can, your spouse would have to file all the necessary papers for you. The I-130, I-485, I-765 along with the I-864 affidavit of support. If your spouse is does not meet the required dollar amount in income, they can have a family member or friend sponsor you jointly. These documents would ha…ve to be accompanied with five (5) recent passport photos of you and one recent one of your spouse. Copies of all your documents passport, birth certificate, marriage license, expired I-94 form, your spouse's U.S birth certificate, copies of any divorce decrees for both of you if any, a physical specifically for immigration including testing results for syphillus and HIV, along with your immunization records. Once all the above is properly submitted with the necessary fees ($1,010) You should get a reply within six weeks or so to acknowlege receipt, and set up an appointment to be finger printed. Three to four months there after you should receive your working papers which will enable you to get a SS# to work. Eight months to a year after you should be called for an appointment to determine if you will be granted your Green Card, the length of your marriage prior to applying would determine if your Green card is Conditional or Permanent. I recently just went through the exact process, good luck to you!.. ( Full Answer )
If someone marries someone who is here with an expired visa will they need a co-sponsor to get a green card if the citizen is unemployed?
The citizen has to sponsor n is always the primary sponsor but, yes, co-sponsors are allowed.
Can an alien get citizenship if he comes to the US on a visitor's visa and is in the process of applying for a student visa when the visitor's visa expires but he married an American citizen?
Answer . \nIF MARRIED TO A US CITZEN SOON AS POSSIABLE FILE THE FORM I 130 WITH ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTIONS AND FILE IT WITH THE EMBASSY COVERING THE STATE YOU LIVE IN AND THAT I WOULD GO FROM THERE IT HELPED ME IT WILL HELP YOU IT IS A LONG PROCESS BUT I WENT TO INDIA AND DO THE SAME BUT JUST BACK… WAORDS I WENT THERE ON YOUR CASE HE IS HERE SO=AME THING TRY IT YOU WILL SEE AND LEARN AS YOU GO AS I DID ( Full Answer )
A permanent resident can apply for citizenship after 3 years of marriage to a US citizen. You will need to fill out form N-400 ( Naturalization) which comes with a $330 (processing fee) and a $70 Biometric (finger print & background check). If you are applying based on 5 years as a Permanent Resi…dent or 3 years as a Permanent Resident married to a U.S. citizen, you may file for naturalization up to 90 days before you meet the continuous residence requirement. For example, if you are applying based on 3 years of continuous residence as a Permanent Resident married to a U.S. citizen, you can apply any time after you have been a Permanent Resident in continuous residence for 3 years minus 90 days. You may send your application before you have met the requirement for continuous residence only. Therefore, you must still have been married to and living with your U.S.citizen spouse for 3 years before you may file your application. You must also meet all the other eligibility requirements when you file your application with USCIS. Personal Experience I married my husband 13 years ago (I am a US Citizen). He has Permanent Resident status (born in Mexico). How long would it take for him to become a citizen? What forms does he need to fill out? ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nYes you can marry and I suggest you file for Permanent Resident status as soon as possible after the marriage.
Can a Permanent Resident who is married to a US citizen divorce his wife right after applying for his U.S. citizenship next year and marry a woman he has child with?
wow why didnt you get a divorce first oh the citizen ship paper, kind messed up if you ask me yet something happen like that just dont know yr answer sorry
Is there anyway you can sponsor your wife's mother for a Visa to the US if your wife is not a US citizen?
\n. \n Answer \n. \nYes. But it may take awhile. They are really busy with all of the illegals from you know where. Because of that it takes more time to get to paperwork from good people like your family who come here legally like they should. Good luck to you:)
What do you have to do to sponsor the immigration of a family member of your spouse from the Philippines if your spouse is not yet a US citizen?
Answer . \nPlease visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website for accurate information on all immigration issues.\n. \nUSCIS, http://www.uscis.gov
Can a US citizen marry an illegal alien whose vise has expired and what papers or ID's are needed for the marriage license office?
Yes a US citizen can marry an illegal alien and the ID needed for the marriage license office is an unexpired passport .
How long do you have to wait to apply for citizenship after getting a green card through your wife who is a US citizen?
Answer . Check the INS website. Many questions can be resolved over the phone, or by e-mail.
That depends on whether the foreigner actually was actually a spouse, or just a holder of a spouse visa (green card).
The government will only acknowledge 13.9 million unemployed American . See the Related Link below. However, many of the unemployed have become invisible as long-term unemployment has taken hold and they have fallen out of sight.
A citizen of the United States or an organization or business cansponsor a person or family to live in the United States. Thecitizen must prove that he or she can provide financially for theimmigrant until employment is secured.
Someone can marry a US citizen on a travel Visa as long as it hasnot expired. The person also needs to give a reason that hetraveled to the US on other visits, other than the sole reason formarrying and remaining a citizen.
You can apply for naturalization if you are confident that you are eligible. It is not always in the best interest of a permanent resident to apply to become a naturalized citizen. When you apply for naturalization, you are giving the government information that may result not only in denial of y…our citizenship application but may also place you in removal (deportation) proceedings. For example, if you were outside of the United States for a long period of time, you may have abandoned your permanent residency without knowing it. Or you might have a criminal history that makes you deportable, in which case you would definitely want to avoid applying for citizenship. It is always best to consult with a citizenship attorney before filing your naturalization application. ( Full Answer )
No. The green card should have minimum six months validity before you can apply for US citizenship. If green card is about to expire you need to apply for its renewal first and then apply for US citizenship.
no they have 2 take the test im from there you would have to take a citizenship test. ----------- Much like in the U.S., a foreigner first needs to apply to become a legal resident. Then after 2 years of uninterrupted residency, the person is allowed to apply for citizenship.
By filing the affidavit of support for the alien relative the US citizen is fully responsible for the financial requirements of that alien until alien is capable to take care of the financial requirements. Proof in form of tax returns filed papers,assets, bank statements, job identity etc are requir…ed. ( Full Answer )
Yes, a US citizen can marry an illegal alien whose Visa has expiredin San Francisco. The illegal will still have to renew their Visato stay in the US.
After marrying a US citizen if you were given the conditional status valid for 2 years you can apply for green card 90 days before conditional status expires. If you are still married and living with the same US citizenship after three years of getting the green card you are eligible to apply for US… citizenship provided you are fully eligible. ( Full Answer )
It's not an easy task but there are ways to sponsor your spouse. First of ask around other immigrants, they probably know of places that can help you know where to start. There are people out there who dedicate much of their time to helping immigrants gain citizenship. There isn't much help on the I…mmigration website and much of the information is outdated. So I think your best bet is to talk to people and ask around. And plan on spending a few thousand dollars! Good Luck! ( Full Answer )
Yes it is allowed. If you obtain Canadian citizenship, you are allowed to maintain your American citizenship as well. But you should always carry both their passports when traveling between the two.
yes u can get a US citizenship... If u r working on a TN visa, you can't apply.Other visas like H-1B only allows dual intend.At the outset you will need to have physical presence in the US for minimum 5 years.Form N-400 will be the form you would need to apply with for US citizenship. A Green… Card holder may apply for US citizenship if they are at least 18 years of age and have been a permanent resident of the United States: For at least 5 years; or For at least 3 years, if the applicant is married to and continues to reside with a U.S. citizen spouse; or The applicant is currently serving honorably in the U.S. military, with at least 1 year of service, and they are applying for citizenship while in the military, or within 6 months of discharge. ( Full Answer )
Sometimes. A US citizen can marry anybody he/she likes. If a US citizen marries a UK citizen, that alone will not entitle him/her to UK citizenship. The US Citizen will stand to lose the US citizenship if he/she applies to get naturalized as a US citizen. UK citizenship can be acquired sometimes… by descent. ( Full Answer )
If an immigrant has an expired green card and marries a US citizen does it help her to get citizenship faster?
Being married would not change the fact she is an illegal alien. She could still be sent back to her country of origin.
Only if the other country does not ask you to renounce your US citizenship (e.g. Norway, Denmark, Spain and Luxembourg require you to renounce your US citizenship if you want to obtain their citizenship).
Through the US citizen spouse can get green card after two years of marriage and after 3rd anniversary can apply for US citizenship using Form N-400.
make her atlest two trips to you and save all travling document andask him to sponsor u
S/he would need to renounce their American citizenship as requested by the laws of Philippines.
Your question doesn't make much sense. If you are a citizen you don't have to "gain citizenship" you already have it. That said, if you are a non-citizen living in the United States of America and have lived there for Five (5) years you can apply for citizenship.
Go to the nearest Consulate or if your Washington D.C., the Embassy. You can find a consulate here: http://ukinusa.fco.gov.uk/en/our-offices-in-the-us/contactus/nearest-consular-offices
You can apply for US citizenship if you are married to a US citizen and able to establish residency for three years, you must be physically present in the US for at least one and a half years before filing Form N400. The applicant must have a primary residence where they have lived at least three mo…nths before filing their application. The N400 application must be filed in the same state where this primary residence is established. http://www.uscitizenship.info/us-citizenship/U-S-Citizenship-application-Form-N-400.jsp ( Full Answer )
After living in the US for 5 years and meet other reuirements (e.g. language ability and clear criminal background).
If you are a citizen and have a felony record does that prevent you from getting your illegal alien wife US citizenship?
No. Only if she was a felon would she have problems with citizenship; as it is, you will have enough issues given that she is an illegal alien and assumably already in the country.
The applicant is a permanent resident ("green card" holder) with valid green card for a period of the past 5 years. If married to U.S. Citizen you may apply after 3 years with valid green card. One exception prevails - if an applicant has served in the United States armed forces during war, that ind…ividual may obtain US citizenship without first becoming a permanent resident if they were in the United States upon enlistment into the U.S. military. ( Full Answer )
Basic criteria to be eligible for US citizenship is to be a green card holder and above 18 years of age. Through the marriage to a US citizen the spouse can get green card after the third anniversary. Following which he or she qualifies to apply for US citizenship using the immigration Form N-400 ca…lled the naturalization process. ( Full Answer )
you can apply for citizenship after three years of living in the us. the years do not have to be consecutive.
No, US citizen child can sponsor for the parents to come to US. Once they get their green card either through consular process staying outside US or Form I-130 petition while in US, they are eligible to apply for US citizenship by naturalization process by filing Form N-400 after continuous stay in …US as green card holders for minimum 5 years. ( Full Answer )
POTENTIALLY EXPATRIATING ACTS Section 349 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (8 U.S.C. 1481), as amended, states that U.S. citizens are subject to loss of citizenship if they perform certain specified acts voluntarily and with the intention to relinquish U.S. citizenship. These acts inclu…de: . obtaining naturalization in a foreign state (Sec. 349 (a) (1) INA); . taking an oath, affirmation or other formal declaration to a foreign state or its political subdivisions (Sec. 349 (a) (2) INA); . entering or serving in the armed forces of a foreign state engaged in hostilities against the U.S. or serving as a commissioned or non-commissioned officer in the armed forces of a foreign state (Sec. 349 (a) (3) INA); . accepting employment with a foreign government if (a) one has the nationality of that foreign state or (b) an oath or declaration of allegiance is required in accepting the position (Sec. 349 (a) (4) INA); . formally renouncing U.S. citizenship before a U.S. diplomatic or consular officer outside the United States (sec. 349 (a) (5) INA); . formally renouncing U.S. citizenship within the U.S. (but only under strict, narrow statutory conditions) (Sec. 349 (a) (6) INA); . conviction for an act of treason (Sec. 349 (a) (7) INA). ADMINISTRATIVE STANDARD OF EVIDENCE As already noted, the actions listed above can cause loss of U.S. citizenship only if performed voluntarily and with the intention of relinquishing U.S. citizenship. The Department has a uniform administrative standard of evidence based on the premise that U.S. citizens intend to retain United States citizenship when they obtain naturalization in a foreign state, subscribe to a declaration of allegiance to a foreign state, serve in the armed forces of a foreign state not engaged in hostilities with the United States, or accept non-policy level employment with a foreign government. ( Full Answer )
Sponsoring an illegal alien as a friend or relative can be complicated. The key is to successfully fill out a petition form and an Affidavit of Support. On these forms, you must prove that you can successfully take care of the illegal alien as well as proving yourself as a true U.S. citizen. Fill… out an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative through United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (see Resources). ( Full Answer )
Depending on the number of U.S. Citizenship applications the USCIS offices receive in each state the length of time for the entire process changes. In a few U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS, formerly known as the INS) district offices,the swearing-in ceremony for receiving the nat…uralization certificate will then take place from 1 to 180 days after the interview, although in some it can take another one or two years. ( Full Answer )
If you are referring to the form 485, then yes, you can file as a sponsor. Just remember that you cannot PETITION your sister in law (only your spouse would be able to do that)
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.
You cannot 'lose' your citizenship, No matter if you move to a different country you'll always be an US citizen unless you go through legal ways to change that; Its your choice though. If you break the law or anything of that nature you can have some of your rights revoked or temporarily suspended b…ut your citizenship is still intact. ( Full Answer )
Citizenship in US can either be acquired by birth or through naturalization process. For naturalization you need to file the completely filled Form N-400. In order to be eligible to file you should be at least of 18 years of age and a green card holder in the US who has continuous physical residence… of minimum 5 years. In order to be eligible to apply for US citizenship you should be 1. at least of 18 years of age 2.also a green card holder in the US who has continuous physical residence of minimum 5 years. 3.also have good moral character ( Full Answer )
No. Having two wives is bigamy, and bigamy is against federal law. The US Supreme Court has deemed that even religions that traditionally practiced polygamy (Mormons, etc.) are in direct conflict with federal law and cannot use religious affiliation as a defense.
You certainly can get married. The marriage does not change their visa status and they could be deported. And have to wait for several years before trying to get a green card.
Yes you can, as long as you are over 18. The IR-5 visa is for parents of a US citizen. Contact your local US Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) office to find out what paperwork and fees will apply.
No one needs sponsorship to become a US citizen. Foremost criteria for becoming a US citizen is that you need to be a green card holder first.Any one who is above age of 18 years and has been in US as a green card holder for the past minimum 5 years can go ahead and apply for US citizenship by filin…g Form N-400. In case you are born in US to US parents then you automatically become a US citizen by birth and you would just need to file Form N-600 and get the citizenship certificate. Also in case you get married to a US citizen the alien spouse is granted conditional status valid for 2 years immediately which can be upgraded to regular green card by filing Form I-751 exactly 90 days before the conditional status expires provided the alien is still married to the same American.Subsequently after upgrading and getting green card and staying in US for just 3 years the spouse can apply for US citizenship. ( Full Answer )
Government workers are paid a salary. People who have been working and are laid off through no fault of their own may be eligible for employment compensation for a limited time.