Considering he and she are illegal, the gvernment should take the home and auction it off for low income legal citizens and use the proceeds to pay for your deportation. * If the house is titled only to the person wishing to sell then he or she has the right to do so unless the property was purchased in a community property state while the couple were married. A POA may or may not be sufficient to sell community property depending upon the current status of the marriage. The status of the foreign national is irrelevant if the property was legally purchased and title in the state in which it is located. The US government would not have the legal right to seize said property unless there is a tax arrearage or pending action by the IRS or state tax assessors.
The illegal immigrant will be deported when caught.
yes if they are an illegal immigrant they will be deported back to where they came
Deport, as in: The illegal immigrant was deported
yes, illegal immigrant can be deported even if he/she has children who are US citizens. moreover harbouring an illegal immigrant is a serious offence. please refer to US department of homeland security website www.dhs.gov
they get deported back to thecountry they came from
Shoplifting isn't a serious crime, however, if the shoplifter is illegal and the police find out, it's a huge possibility that the illegal could be deported. If the immigrant is a legal U.S. citizen, then no.
Yes, Canada has illegal immigrant laws.
No,Plus that illegal should be charged then deported..Banned for life in the usa..All illegal immigrants need to be found and then deported..
They are deported back to their home country.
Yes the illegal would be deported and the U.S. citizen who entered into this fraud marriage fined and possibly jailed.
The illegal immigrant will most likely be deported to whence they came.
If the 17 year old has parental permission. Note that will not change the status of the illegal immigrant, who can still be deported.
If he is an illegal immigrant he probably will be. If he is legally in the coutnry he will be afforded the same court privileges as a citizen.
The guy who said that if you're an illegal immigrant with a misdemeanor, you get deported is wrong. It depends on which state you live in. Democratic states are more likely to let an illegal immigrant go simply by paying the bail charges. In a republican state, the illegal immigrant may not be so lucky (I don't know the answer for a republican state).
Both of you will be deported
No you should be deported
No stupid. Think about it.
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Basically One is sent home and there may or may not be banned for a time to enter the coutnry of which they were deported.