Felons are indeed allowed to sponsor their immigrant wife. The only time he may be hindered from doing so is if he had been charged with a violent crime.
yes but you have to do it for your spouse
yes if they are an illegal immigrant they will be deported back to where they came
The citizen spouse has no recourse to the action as US immigration laws no longer allow a citizen spouse to apply for residency for an illegal immigrant spouse. The Mexican national will have to leave the US and file under the required USCIS regulations for reentry.
Since marriage to a US citizen confers US citizenship upon the spouse, it is not clear how your spouse is an illegal immigrant unless you are also an illegal immigrant (not that you actually said that either of you are living in the US, but that seems to be the most likely interpretation). I also don't know why you are abandoning your spouse instead of getting a divorce. Nothing will necessarily happen; it depends upon what action the abandoned spouse may choose to take. If you are sued, then there could be various consequences depending upon the outcome of the suit.
The same as those of the wife of a legal immigrant, you get half of whatever he has. You may get more if he doesn't understand English
As a US citizen, you can sponsor an alien for U.S. Green Card application for the the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen, such as your wife. But as a convicted criminal, most likely you are in jail, with little or no income. So it is difficult for you to "sponsor" an alien financially. The USCIS Form I-864 - Affidavit of Support is required for family-sponsored immigration. An affidavit of support is a guarantee to U.S. government that an immigrant will not become a public charge. SO you may need a a co-sponsor for her financial sponsor for Form I-864 if needed.
I don't understand your question. Marriage fraud to violate immigration law is illegal and a felony. It is illegal to marry someone to make them legal. It is not illegal to marry an illegal immigrant because you love them. It is not illegal for you to immigrate your illegal spouse...assuming that the marriage is legitimate. It is illegal to mar them.
No, you cannot sponsor a deported spouse. This is considered deportation fraud and can result in fines and prison time.
No, You cannot. You should have known better that Latinas don't take fools seriously!
The illegal immigrant should go back to his or her home country and complete the divorce with his or her spouse. Then you should either get married in that country and apply for a spouse visa, or go visit that country and upon returning apply for a fiance visa and get married in the US after the fiance visa is granted.
No not an illegal immigrant but a legal one can. * If the couple were legally married the immigrant spouse can request spousal maintenance (alimony). Immigration issues are federal matters and have no bearing on domestic issues such as divorce. child custody/support which come under the jurisdiction of state not federal law.
can my illegal spouse travel with me on a airplanne?
No. If police get called, you go to jail. Criminal law does not depend on the nationality or the status of the victim.
You're children are legal citizens, and your ex-spouse may apply for immigrant status.
Answer:Visit your local immigration office and collect the forms for application to become a resident alien. Then following a full medical, photographs, fingerprints, life history etc. you'll receive notification for an interview (about 6-9 months in TX, 3 months in NV. The interviewing officers can tell at first glance the 'scam' couples and will split you up for individual questioning otherwise it's a fairly simple process if you have no criminal convictions and the alien is here legally The US citizen spouse can no longer sponsor a non citizen spouse if he or she entered the country illegally. The citizen spouse may petition for permanent residency for the non citizen spouse, but the he or she must leave the US and apply through his or her country of origin's consulate office. An illegal immigrant spouse who has been unlawfully present within the US for less than 1 year must leave the US and then submit a 1-601 waiver application. An illegal immigrant spouse who has been unlawfully present within the US for more than 1 year may not be eligible for permanent residency. Exceptions are made if the immigrant spouse qualifies under refugee or asylee status.
No federal law prohibits marrying an illegal alien of the opposite sex. Whether that spouse will be granted perm residence is a separate INDIVIDUALIZED decision by the feds.
Yes, he will be able to get his greencard faster, but it may still be a long, grueling process. It depends on why he is illegal. If he is illegal because he snuck into the country, it will be very difficult for him to get a greencard.
This is a strangely worded question. It sounds like you are asking if it's illegal for one man to marry another man if the first man doesn't have a "green card". The answer is- it depends on the state. Same sex marriage is legal in only a few states, like New York, Massachusetts, and Iowa. In all other states it's illegal. If you were asking if it's illegal to marry an "illegal immigrant"- no, it is not. However, marrying an illegal immigrant has its risks... the immigrant spouse runs the risk of being arrested and deported, meaning your new spouse would be jailed for a while and eventually sent back to their home country.
A foreign national who is unlawfully present within the US cannot apply for permanent residency or citizenship unless her or she qualifies as a refugee or asylee. Due to new immigration reform and enforcement, marriage to a US citizen by an illegal immigrant will no longer result in the citizen spouse being able to apply for residency for the immigrant spouse. All foreign nationals unlawfully present within the US are now subject to deportation with the exception of the aforementioned circumstances.
Yes. It depends on many factors. What is the other spouse like? Are they married? Is the other spouse in trouble with the law? Which is the mother? There are many factors.
If you are an illegal immigrant that is seeking for a marriage license... 1. Find someone you wanna share your life with 2. Go to city hall and get your marriage license 3. Find a lawyer to help you apply for I-70 spouse visa 4. Become Green Card resident to US