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2014-08-28 17:36:46
2014-08-28 17:36:46

A person can certainly be deported if they are married illegally in the United States. If there is a wife in another nation, the marriage in the United States is not legal.


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If discovered, yes, they will probably be deported, regardless of marriage status.

It can indeed, at any point if the british/american embassey find out or have any reason to belive that the person in question has married into the country, they can be deported and get a maximum life time ban from the country in favour.

Firstly, if the person is married in an another country and has come to a particular country illegally it is surely invalid to marry the person. Another thing, if the person is a citizen of that particular country in which he has married it is his right to first take a citizen of that country in which he is going to marry and then he can marry a person another to his own country.

It depends on the country where the crime has happened and the status of the person in that country.

No, you can only be married to one person at a time.

It is possible to divorce even though the other person is in another country. The paperwork can be done in your place of residence.

Deportation occurs when a person has violated the laws of any country. Not every violation leads to deportation. When a person has overstayed on a visa and not adhered to immigration laws, then he/she can be deported. Citizens cannot be deported but if they are convicted of any crime that affects the laws of the Country and its citizenship, then they can be deported.

They get sent back to their home country

First of all, the second marriage is not legal, meaning she is not legally married and will receive no benefits as a legal spouse. Also, if she is found out, she can be deported back to her original country.

If the marriage is legal in the other country, they are married everywhere in the world.

Of course not! You can only be married to one person at a time anywhere in the world.

Deportation is the act of deporting a person back to their mother country who does not have the rights to be in the country from which they are being deported.

if a person is legally married with kids can he be deported because he has law issues?

They can certainly get married. There is normally no requirement to prove citizenship to obtain a marriage license. It does not mean they won't get deported or that they automatically get citizenship.

You cannot be married to more than one person at a time. If you are married in the US, you are considered married throughout the world. The divorce can be obtained in any country.

Not legally! If they lie on the marriage license application, they would be guilty of perjury as well as bigamy.

This depends on the laws of the country in which you reside. Generally it is against the law to be married to more then one person at a time.

Yes, if the person has never been deported & has been in the country for less than 6 months (or perhaps a year). However, if the person has been deported they must reside out of the country for 10 years. There are very few successful cases appealing the 10 year out-of-country penalty.

No you can't. If you want to marry a person in another country divorse the person you are already married to. ohh and by the way spell the us like this: U.S - then wikianswers will know that us meens U.S.A

Yes, you can be deported. I am a Japanese citizen who went to the US when I was 1 1/2 yrs old. I have 2 children and a husband, all US citizens, but I was deported for life last year.

Any person who has been deported is still free to apply for entry into the country. Whether their application will be accepted depends upon their circumstances.

No. If the other person is legally married to another person in another state, then your marriage is not valid in the USA. You can have be legally married to one person at a time.

Once you are officially married to an American citizen, you can not be deported from the country, unless you engage in a criminal offense.

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