Can a woman married to a citizen but living with another man get deported?
Yes, because you are abusing the laws of America
Can someone who was arrested and deported for drug sale and immediate re entered back to the US and has been living here since now married to a US citizen become a legal resident?
Can a pregnant immigrant who has 1 child that is a us citizen and is married to a us national citizen be deported?
YES. If you get married in the U.S. to a person who is not legally residing in the United States (i.e. your finace is an "illegal alien"), your new spouse, upon applying for permanent residency papers after you get married, will almost certainly be deported back to Mexico. Once deported, your spouse will be unable to legally enter the U.S. again for a period of anywhere from 5 to 20 years. Your status as a…
Can an 18 year old female US citizen living in Texas marry an undocumented 22 year old male from another country?
Yes, she can marry him. This will not directly result in him getting his green card, however. That is a very long, riskly process that will take years. Marrying someone for a green card will result in the alien being deported and the citizen being put in jail for fraud. Not worth it if you aren't in love.
Would you get deported if you want to marry a US citizen but have been living in the country illegally?
You will not get deported. I heard that you can get married only in some states and/or counties. But keep in mind that getting married to an American citizen and getting a "green card" are two different things; somehow related but different. Your best choice would be: The U.S. citizen should apply for a fiance(e) visa (type K-1, I think) and then the immigrant fiance(e) would enter with that visa and marry. If you go…
If a US citizen is married to a Canadian citizen and they are separated and living in their respective countries which one should file for divorce and where should they file?
You are a US citizen married to a Mexican living in Mexico. Could she become resident even touh we will continue living in Mexico?
You have an American born son with your American citizen wife you were deported in September of 2007 after living in the US since you were three What can you do to get back legally?
If an alien has been deported for a drug charge nearly 10 years ago is there anyway he could come back if you have been married all most 5 years?
There is always what you call a "hassle" as far as Immigration. You would need to seek legal counsel to know how to go about this. Either you will be living in the U.S. with your wife or she will be living with you in Canada. Another option (I know two couples who have done this) is the wife remains a U.S. citizen and comes to Canada on a Visitors Visa and the same applies…
What steps would you need to take if you get married to a refugee living in a refugee camp in Denmark and you are a US citizen?
Do i need divorce documents from my previous husband in another country before i marry a US citizen?
Can a foreigner obtain Icelandic citizenship by virtue of same-sex marriage to a citizen of Iceland?
Yes. Marriage is marriage in Iceland, whether same-sex or opposite-sex. Both are treated the same. If you have been married for four years to an Icelandic citizen, you are eligible for naturalization after living in Iceland for three years, as opposed to the seven years that would be required if you were not married to a citizen of Iceland.
What are chances of being reported or deported if illegal in US during child custody case im in good standing with the other parent just here illegally we were never married?
You will very well be deported as you are firstly a illegal person living in the U.S.A without any valid papers, but now you have made a American lady pregnant , without marrying her legally only with the intent to get your papers to stay on.You will be arrested for the pregnancy act and you will be deported back.
If you have a green card and are getting married to a non-US citizen that is living in the United States would he be able to stay in the United States?
Us citizen married in Iran wife has green card living in California and she filed for divorce what is she entitled?
Can you apply for US citizenship if you are married to a US citizen but were both living in Australia?
How do you become a US Citizen if you have been living in the US illegally for more than 5 years with out getting married?
Well the most common way to do it is by marriage as you just mentioned it yet i don't know yet the procedures of that situation however if you are an illegal immigrant you cant become a US citizen you will have to start with permanent residency and than maybe you can become a US citizen but try ghetting married ina lawful way dont pay someone to get married with you or else you will…
If you're living in the US and you are a US citizen, you can apply for a CR-1/IR-1 spouse visa. That will allow your spouse to live in the US permanently (at least as long as they're married to you). After three years, assuming you stay married, they can apply for naturalization and become a US citizen. If you are not a US citizen but are living in the US on a permanent resident visa…