No. An incarcerated person could not sponsor a foreign national for permanent residency nor citizenship. FYI, marrying a US citizen does not automatically confer permanent resident or citizenship status on a foreign national. Likewise, an illegal immigrant is not eligible for permanent residency regardless of his or her marital status. Unlawfully present individuals are required to voluntarily leave the US and return to their country of origin or face detainment and deportation.
Not necessarily, although such cases are decided on individual basis according to the circumstances.
Yes. When applying for a NYC ID card, no one will ask for immigration status or proof of legal entry into the United States. The residency requirement does not call for proof of legal residency.
Marrying a US citizen would only reduce the amount of time you need to live in the US from 5 years to 3 years.
No. In most cases it is no longer possible for a foreign national who is unlawfully present within the US to be sponsored for permanent residency or citizenship by a citizen spouse regardless of having a criminal history or not. Any foreign national either legally or illegally within the US is subject to deportation if convicted of a federal or state felony.
A Canadian marrying someone in a Canadian Mission is considered to have been on Canadian territory where Canadian laws apply
No, unless the child petitions his father (I-310) and is at least 21 years pf age. Otherwise merely having a citizen child will not give you legal residency.
Simply stated, No.
Yes, an illegal immigrant, in the US can get married to an American citizen and obtain their documents
If we are talking about a modern country it is possible but difficult. Even not being an illegal immigrant it can be difficult to get legal dependency status. The reason being is that the country that you are trying to will try to prove that you are not marrying for the reason of getting citizenship. You will have to make an convincing argument. Also you cannot have a criminal record, so if you are caught being an illegal immigrant than you have just about screwed up your chances. It is harder to leave places such as the United States, Australia, England etc than it is to get in (without a legal visa)
Asylum- but only if filed within 1 year of entry into the U.S.- otherwise no.
Marrying a Canadian citizenship does not automatically make you a Canadian citizen. You would still have to go through the entire process that an unmarried "Alien" would have to go through. That is, apply and obtain Permanent Residency (PR) and then go through the Citizenship Application. Ref: http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/faq/citizenship/cit-become-faq03.asp
US passports are not valid for non-humans
A valid marriage its a least two years in the U.S. But if you are caught doing that... you will go to jail because its illegal and you are using the person. Marriage should be a love inion not a bussiness.
yes, ex. the movie 'The Proposal'
If they obtain a visa, they are not illegal.
No, they cannot.
Medical Doctor MD) or Doctor of Osteopathy (DO), with pediatric residency after they obtain their degree.
You can't become a citizen, only children of Emirati parents are eligible for citizenship You can obtain temporary residency, but you need to have a valid/ legal labour contract with a local company who will then sponsor for you for residency.
It is illegal to obtain or have without a prescription.
In Georgia, illegal immigrants are not permitted to obtain drivers' licenses.
Yes. In fact, most people who have a matricula consular are undocumented immigrants.
The immigrant person needs to obtain permanent residence status before he or she can apply for citizenship in the U.S. The information for applying for either, can be found on the U.S. Immigration website, http://www.uscis.gov
No, you can't because you would be breaking the law. She has to somehow obtain a work permit in order to do that. You should consider marrying her so she can obtain her green card. No, you can't because you would be breaking the law. She has to somehow obtain a work permit in order to do that. You should consider marrying her so she can obtain her green card.
A No Impediment Certificate is needed in some places to obtain a marriage license. Basically it says that you are single and not married. Depending where you are, there may be residency requirements as well as a fee.