Can a legal alien who is married to a US citizen be deported because of his criminal record?
Yes, however depending upon the specific circumstances the process can be very complicated and lengthy. That aside, being married to a citizen does not convey immunity status on a alien legal or not from being deported under USCIS laws. http://www.uscis.gov
Can someone with a criminal record that was deported for life do something to get a visa a be able to enter the us?
If a person enters the country illegally with the intention of receiving asylum but is denied then marries a US citizen what will happen when applying for the residency through marriage?
Can an illegal alien be deported if pregnant and is legally married to a US citizen and already has children with her husband?
The short answer is yes. Being married to a US citizen is not automatically protection from deportation. Any alien in the US is subject to deportation depending on the circumstances... especially if the alien (legal or undocumented) is involved in criminal activities and is convicted for a serious felony, drug offense or crime of moral turpitude.
Can someone who's been deported foe a felony and deported for life come back legally if he has five American children and married to an American citizen?
If you are an illegal alien from Canada and have lived in the US since age 4 and you're 23 now and married to a US citizen and have a child with her can you become legal without being deported?
If an illegal immigrant overstayed his visa for 4 years and then married a US citizen can he apply for change of status without the risk of being deported?
If I'm a us citizen and im getting married to a man who was deported from there what are the odds of me being able to get him back into the us?
If you are a citizen can you marry and immigrant or alien resident to prevent him or her from getting deported?
It wont necessarily prevent them from being deported they can still get deported if the INS has a reason to do so although with them being married to a U.S. citizen their chances of getting a green card and being allowed to permanently stay in the U.S. are increased although not always guaranteed Good Luck and God Bless!!!
Once you have been ordered to be deported, nothing you do can revoke that order. Even if you marry a US citizen, you will be deported. You can apply to reenter the US but the chances of that application getting approved is very less. Basically, no. Marrying after you have been ordered deported will not trick the court into letting one remain in the United States.
The first thing to realize is that they are an ILLEGAL immigrant. Which means they are in the country without permission and the necessary documents. Which also means they can be deported at any time. Can you get married? Few, if any, places ask any questions regarding citizenship or criminal history when applying for a marriage license. Which means you can get married. And then have the immigrant deported and be married to someone that…
Can someone who entered the US illegally was incarcerated and deported for it get married to a US Citizen and reenter to become a Citizen?
Not automatically. You would still need to apply for a permanent resident visa (commonly called a "green card") in order to legally live in the US. However, being married to a US citizen does speed up that process. If you don't get a green card, you would be risking getting arrested and deported back to your home country- and if you get deported, you are prohibited from getting a green card for a long time.
Can a Canadian citizen who overstayed his visit and is now married to an American citizen apply for citizenship?
Can someone who was arrested and deported for drug sale and immediate re entered back to the US and has been living here since now married to a US citizen become a legal resident?
Can someone still get a green card if they were voluntarily deported once and reentered illegally and married a US citizen?
No. Generally a marriage between a US citizen and a foreign national illegal or not would be considered valid. However, in situations where the foreign national has been deported and reentered against US immigration laws a marriage to a citizen would not be legal. The non citizen spouse is unlawfully present in the US and is now subject to incarceration as well as permanent deportation. If the marriage was one fraudulently entered into both parties…
If you came in this country on 3 month vacation and did not leave and had a baby here can you become a citizen?
If you came to the US and had a child you can be deported, however, they can not deport the child since he was born in the US and is a US citizen because of that. If however you married you can get a green card allowing you to stay in this country. However, you can try taking the citizenship test allowing you to stay in the country.