Can a student with a student visa get married in the US?
sure you can, and then you get to stay here as well. Yes, but marriage does not automatically confer permanent resident status or citizenship to the foreign spouse.
Is it possible for a foreign student from the Philippines with a student visa to come to the US to attend school and get married?
It is extremely illegal to enter the United States with the intention of getting married. You need a fiance visa to marry a US citizen or premanent resident. If you come to the US with a student visa with the intentions of going to school and then later you meet someone, fall in love, and get married...then you have the right to file the I-485 to adjust your status from student visa to green card…
A person on a student visa is permitted to stay in the US only for the duration of time for which the specific course is designed. There are separate visas that one should use in case of getting married to a US citizen - the fiance' visa. Green card holders cannot petition their spouses of fiance's inorder to get married.
details: i married a Frenchman who was here on a student visa. we submitted his residency paperwork but soon after decided to separate. the attorneys we've talked to said that he can't have his student visa reinstated and he will be deported if we withdraw the paperwork. is this true? details: i married a Frenchman who was here on a student visa. we submitted his residency paperwork but soon after decided to separate. the attorneys…
Does Canadian citizen who is in joint custody with Canadian born Childrens entered in US by student Visa has rights to stay in states by marries a US Citizen?
Can someone coming to the US from Canada on a student visa bring a common-law husband and can he get a work visa while in the US?
The US doesn't recognize common-law relationships in the same way that Canada does. As far US law is concerned, you're talking about your room mate or a friend. He can certainly try to get a work visa, but your relationship has nothing to do with it. In US law, he's single. If you were to get legally married, the situation would change somewhat.
Can a man studying with a student visa marry a woman who is not a resident of the us and brings her up to live in the us?
If you mean what is the process of immigrating to the US then there are various ways one can obtain a visa. To obtain a visa you can be a student, married to a US Citizen or permanent resident, have family members in the US, obtain a talent visa, or obtain a conditional working visa proving employment will be available when entering the US. From experience if you are a relative of a US citizen…
Two people can generally get married in this state. It does not matter if they are on visas or not. Marriage is controlled by states and not the Federal Government. If you want to get married, you only need to go to the court house, show your identification, sign some forms, and pay your money. You must have cash.
Can an alien get citizenship if he comes to the US on a visitor's visa and is in the process of applying for a student visa when the visitor's visa expires but he married an American citizen?
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You are an american citizen you have married a girl from the Philippines does she have to have a visa to go to the US or can you apply after you get to US?
The "right" way to do it is apply for a spouse visa while she's still abroad. It takes at least 8-12 months and can be a frustrating process. You can apply after she gets to the U.S., but it's risky. The question is how did she get over here - was it on a tourist visa, or perhaps a student visa? It may trigger some suspicion if she is found to have been less than…
Marriage to a US citizen does not confer automatic permanent residency and/or US citizenship rights to a foreign national. An F1 Visa is a student visa and remains valid as long as the holder is considered eligible under the Student Visa requirements even if said visa has reached the expiration date. If the person does not qualify as a "student" under immigration law, he or she is "out of status" and unlawfully present in the…
Can a Mexican student inside the US get a working visa in case she finds a paying job inside the US?
No. If you are a foreign national you do need a student visa to enter the country and study here, or if entering the country as a tourist you may go anywhere you wish providing you do not overstay. Once in the US legally, you may travel within the US in accordance with the laws governing the issuance of your visa. US Citizens need no visas to travel anywhere inside the US.
You will need a visa in order to come to the US, whether a tourist visa, work visa, or student visa. Once you are admitted into the country, you can generally go directly to your destination. Of course, if getting somewhere in the US requires flying, you will have to produce your passport each time you are at an airport.
Can someone be deported if their parents are here and siblings have been born here but they were not born here?
If that person is here illegally, then yes, they can be deported. For example, a student who is in the US on a student visa, whose parents may be in the US on work visas and who have siblings who were born in the US can be deported once they have either graduated or stopped attending school (their student visa will expire at that time).