Yes they can. Remember, it is against the law to marry someone for residency and not for love, even though VERY hard to prove, they do ask questions as to what type of panties does she wear, What side of bed he sleeps on, etc., etc.! However, an illegal resident can not leave the country as they will NOT be allowed in until green card is issued! Contact Immigration for application. It will run you ~$500+ for application, medical & criminal record check. If you have other questions contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org (RAArchie) Yes, however marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically confer or guarantee that said person will be granted permanent resident status or citizenship, or will not face deportation depending upon individual circumstances. For specific information...United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
Divorce and ImmigrationIf the immigrant has became a US permanent resident under PR1 then they retain that status after divorce. If the immigrant is under CR status (conditional resident status) They need to file adjustment of status to impermanent residence before the date of their immigration card. The spouse divorcing the CR1 resident could hire a lawyer and submit paperwork to their local USCIS office in cases where they were proven faithlessness from the immigrant, or domestic violence, or fraud from the immigrant. This stuff is marked into the system and does not look good when the CR1 resident when they go for their interview. CR1 status is only good till they file to adjust status to permenet residence and they need their spouse for this. All in all if the resident has become a American Citizen and they have divorced said spouse then they retain that citizenship no matter what.
If the illegal immigrant has, at least, a drivers license, passport, visa, or other identifying documents he or she may legally marry in the majority of U.S. states. He or she is still required to follow the laws of the state in which the marriage will occur. However, the immigrant does not automatically receive permanent residence status (green card) and is still subject to deportation procedures.
First, there's no such thing as an illegal citizen. Second, there's no such thing as an alternative lifestyle. But if you are asking if a marriage between a gay person and an illegal immigrant of the opposite sex would be valid if it is not consummated, that depends upon the laws of the state where the marriage took place. If the marriage was made with the intent for the illegal alien to gain citizenship or permanent resident status, that won't happen. Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT automatically confer citizenship or permanent resident status.
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