As a US citizen, you can sponsor an alien for U.S. Green Card for the the immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen, such as: parents, spouses and children (who are unmarried and under 21 years of age) of a U.S. citizen. You can also sponsor married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens; and brothers/sisters of U.S. citizens, including their spouses and their minor children. But as a convicted felon, 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. The affidavit could be offered by the petition sponsor or someone who could provide financial assistance to the immigrant in the event that such help would be necessary. All petitioners, regardless of whether or not they have been working or living in the U.S. since the past three years, must submit a notarized Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, for the beneficiaries of the petitions.
A felon will not lose citizenship unless s/he is an illegal alien. In that case homeland security and other officials have the right to deport the illegal alien.
Depends how much money they have but for this you would need millions.
yes they can as along as thet are good boys
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.
Probably not. Having a clear criminal background is very essential for citizenship.
A convicted felon can hunt in the state of Alabama. However, a convicted felon can not own or use a firearm.
can a convicted felon get a job as a surgical tech can a convicted felon get a job as a surgical tech
A convicted felon can fly on a plane as long as they stay within the country. This is because a convicted felon can not be issued a passport.
The alien would need a waiver for the crime, and it is up to the discretion of the government to grant or deny such a waiver. If the crime was for money laundering, marriage fraud, false claim of citizenship, or drug smuggling, then a waiver would NEVER be granted.
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 i am a convicted felon and i work with the scouts
n a convicted felon be a dental assistant?
can the wife of a convicted felon own a firearm
can a convicted felon be a power of attorney for their parent?
Medical license revoked after convicted felon?
A convicted felon can do anything he/ her puts their mind to.
can a convicted felon's wife own a firearm that is not in his home
yes, once convicted of a felony, your'e a felon for life.
Well, of course I can be a doctor if you're a convicted felon. Unless you murder me on the job. You are a felon after all...
can a convicted felon travel to costa rica
As a convicted felon you can never own a FIREARM.
Can a Convicted Felon get a Barber License in the state of Arizona
can a convicted felon hunt deer with a bow or a gun
No, you cannot get a barber license in Illinois if you are a convicted felon
There is a problem with your terms, To be a felon, you have been convicted of a crime that is a felony. If you were not convicted, you are not a felon.