No. The "unlawfully present" foreign national must voluntarily return to his or her country of origin or be deported and the citizen spouse must apply for their reentry under the USCIS spousal requirements. FYI, marrying a US citizen for the purpose of obtaining permanent resident status and/or citizenship is a federal felony and is punishable by a maximum $250,000 fine and maximum 5 year prison sentence for any or all involved parties if convicted.
Marrying a citizen is not enough to get citizenship. If the marriage was done to get citizenship and there was no love or committment, the marriage is illegal.
No, marriage to a US citizen does not mean the foreign national will be granted permanent residency or citizenship status.
NO. It is not a criminal act.
YES IF YOU ARE A CITIZEN YOURSELF
No you should be deported
If a persons mother is illegal and they are a citizen, the citizen can file for a Visa for the mother. The citizen will need to file papers with the INS for citizenship.
Unless you can attain refugee or asylum status, it is impossible for an illegal immigrant to attain citizenship with current U.S. laws.
The illegal immigrant can take his United States citizen son to Mexico; however, it is highly likely that the illegal father will be detained at customs due to his lack of citizenship.
Yes, it is illegal to marry for money to allow someone to obtain citizenship status.
It is possible for a U.S. citizen to marry an illegal immigrant if the immigrant has valid identification. However, marrying a citizen does not automatically confer permanent resident status or citizenship and is not a guarantee that the person will not face deportation. Such situations are assessed by the USCIS on an individual basis, for more information visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website at http://www.uscis.gov