No, marriage to a US citizen only reduces the required residency period for permanent residents who wish to become US citizens.
No. The only way to become a citizen is to be born in the country or do the regular process of becoming a citizen.
by legally marrying that us citizen or print a form from the internet requesting to be a permanent resident
NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Citizenship cannot be granted via marriage.
No. He or she is required to apply for permanent residence status according to US immigration laws.
You become a resident of California by LIVING in California, this has nothing to do with marriage or legal status- an illegal can be a resident of California
No. He or she must still apply for permanent resident status and then citizenship as required by US immigration laws.
yes as long as you are married
If there was illegal entry, then no, marriage doesnt make you a legal resident. You would need to file a 130 petition along with a I-601 waiver at the U.S. embassy/consulate in HONDURAS, and you would be required to appear there. If you had legal entry, then it would be possible to get legal residency through marriage to a citizen.
No, you do not.Marrying a US citizen never automatically makes you a citizen- however, it does speed up the process if you are trying to naturalize. Normally, a legal resident has to wait 5 years before they can apply for US citizenship; if a legal resident marries a US citizen, this is shortened to 3 years.
Just because you marry a legal citizen, it does not make you a leagal citizen. When I married my husband who was a legal alien he still had to go through the same channels to become a legal US citizen and he had to be sworn in.
No, but it does give you the ability to complete the naturalization process.
No. The process of becoming a US citizen by marrying a US citizen is no longer applicable. The person must apply for citizenship through required legal procedures. However,it is understood that baring any unusual circumstances citizenship will be granted. A child born in the US becomes a US citizen with all the rights and privileges thereof.
You've got to be kidding. Breaking the law is not the path to citizenship or permanent residence, neither is marriage.
No, marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically convey permanent residency or citizenship. The proper procedures for obtaining resident status will need to be followed by the non-citizen, the issue of a criminal record may play a significant part in a decision by the USICS. (www.usics.gov)
No, you have to be a US citizen to became one
No, it does not.Marrying a US citizen never automatically makes you a citizen- however, it does speed up the process if you are trying to naturalize. Normally, a legal resident has to wait 5 years before they can apply for US citizenship; if a legal resident marries a US citizen, this is shortened to 3 years.