Can a student who has an expired student visa have another way of getting a green card without marrying someone?
Why not just go back to your country, go through the process legally and then you don't have to worry about it.
If you married both twins you would also be marrying your sister-in-law or your brother-in-law. So you would be marrying someone related to you by marriage. Another reply: Most countries nowadays forbid poligamy (that is, the same person marrying more than one person). In some countries it is allowed.
If you get a ticket for expired tags in Kansas can you get another one for the same reason before your court date?
Since the F-1 visa expired, they no longer have current legal status, so it is not possible to renew or get a new F-1 visa. A work or investment visa is out of the question because she would not be eligible for one due to her non-legal status. Basically, the only way to stay IN the U.S. and get legal status is by marrying a U.S. citizen.
There are many kinds of illegal marriages. One common kind is bigamy, the crime of marrying someone when still married to another. The process (not recommended) of illegally marrying your boyfriend would be to first marry someone else and then, without divorcing that husband, marry your boyfriend. Such a bigamous marriage is likely illegal in any U.S. state at any age.
Can someone tell me about girls who have done something ng like faking a pregnancy or getting a boyish haircut or getting a big tattoo just to get out of the compulsion of getting married young?
Yes. Generally, you can marry your own registered domestic partner without having to dissolve your domestic partnership first. In many cases, the act of marrying nullifies your domestic partnership, although this should not be relied upon when marrying someone other than your existing registered domestic partner. In that case, you would be wise to legally terminate your registered domestic partnership prior to marrying another person.
If you yourself are not Jewish, then marrying someone who is not Jewish is most likely the norm, and preferred in your family and your community. If you yourself are Jewish, then marrying someone who is Jewish is generally the norm, and is preferred in your family and your community. Also, the majority of rabbis will decline to participate in a Jewish wedding in which a member of the couple is not Jewish.