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Can a woman married to a citizen but living with another man get deported?

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2005-09-11 19:33:49
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Yes, because you are abusing the laws of America

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Yes, they can get married. It does not make the illegal legal, or even allow them to get a green card. They can still be deported as an illegal.

no once they have been deported they r no longer able to get there papers i know im married to a Mexican and i have been trying to get his papers for the past yr

If the immigrant entered ILLEGALLY, then there is ABSOLUTELY a chance of deportation, even with marriage to citizen and anchor baby. The only exception would be if immigrant filed a I-130 before Arpil 2001 while living inside the country.

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 U.S. citizen has no bearing on your spouse's right to stay in the United States if he or she entered the U.S. illegally in the first place. I live in Mexico, and this is what happened to two very close friends of mine. One is a U.S. citizen, the other is a Mexican who was living in the U.S. without legal papers. They're now living in Mexico with no hope of returning together to the U.S. for 15 more years. If you want to get married to a Mexican who is not legally living in the U.S., GET MARRIED IN MEXICO. 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 U.S. citizen has no bearing on your spouse's right to stay in the United States if he or she entered the U.S. illegally in the first place. I live in Mexico, and this is what happened to two very close friends of mine. One is a U.S. citizen, the other is a Mexican who was living in the U.S. without legal papers. They're now living in Mexico with no hope of returning together to the U.S. for 15 more years. If you want to get married to a Mexican who is not legally living in the U.S., GET MARRIED IN MEXICO.

If you are married to an American citizen, living in Germany, and are a German citizen, you will likely need a Visa or a Green card to enter the US, depending on how long you will be in the US and why you are coming.

You become a u.s citizen after living here for more than 5 years

you can apply for citizenship after three years of living in the us. the years do not have to be consecutive.

If you plan on getting married in the US, file for a K-1 Fiance visa. It will take about 6-8 months.

It would probably be easiest in the country where you were married. Also, if everybody is in agreement, get an "uncontested" divorce. They are much easier and cheaper.

No she cannot. To become a US citizen you must be a US resident. Niether can you become a permenant resident for the same reason.

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.

You cannot promise to become a U.S Citizen. You have to be born in the U.S to be an actual citizen. If you were born in another country, you are not a citizen. Besides that, if you were living in America for at least 13 years, you must pass a test in order to become one.

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 directly to the USCIS, for God's sake don't tell them that the prospect fiance(e) is illegally in the U.S., in other words lie about that. Tell them that you met in the prospect immigrant home country. Of course you may have to provide some tangible evidence of that, like phone calls, letters, emails, pictures, etc., but you'll figure something out. When the fiance(e) enters the U.S. with his/her visa, he/she has 90 days to marry the U.S. citizen who applied for his/her visa.

Learn how too spell and you'll get her back champ!

a man cannot be married to two women, your marriage is probably already invalid.

i got married 2 years ago in las Vegas with a british citizen, i am from Mexico, we also got married on the church but in Mexico how can i get a divorce if i married in las Vegas but i have 1 year living in Mexico?

You would need to get married in Denmark and then file for Permanent Residency here in the US. You can get an application by calling INS.


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