You can get married, but from an Immigration standpoint, it will not grant you legal status. If you are overstayed, you must leave the country and return LEGALLY in order to appropriately take advantage of the US laws and constitution. You can also apply for a green card, however, it will not be granted because your are not eligible being overstayed with an expired I94. You are an ILLEGAL alien, thus you loose your privileges.
3 years of being permenent resident then you can apply
No. He or she is required to apply for permanent residence status according to US immigration laws.
Yes, they do. The Canadian permanent resident card is the only proof of identification that proves, both inside and outside of Canada, you are a permanent resident of Canada.
The simple answer is, NO, at least not right away. An illegal alien gains very little from marriage to a permanent resident. You cannot adjust status to permanent resident inside the U.S. You would have to leave the country to apply for an immigrant visa based upon the marriage.
You get married the normal way, just as if you were marryng another American. If the alien is illegal because he overstayed his visa, you would file for adjustment of status after getting married and wait for the greencard here in the states. if the alien is illegal because he snuck into the country, you would file the I-130 then file for the K-3 in his country. He'd be denied and you'd then file the I-601
No. He or she must still apply for permanent resident status and then citizenship as required by US immigration laws.
does a resident of usa need a passport
When he received his green card (permanent resident alien registration) in 1976, he was informed that he would be eligible to apply for US citizenship in 1981. He unfortunately didn't live long enough to apply.
Good question; under normal circumstances, the alien woman will retain her prior citizenship(s), although she could probably apply for a Permanent Resident Visa if the marriage is recognized under Philippine law.
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT confer automatic citizenship or permanent resident status to the non-citizen spouse. The non-citizen spouse will have to apply following the standard immigration procedures as prescribed by law. http://www.uscis.org Marriage to a US Citizen does not automatically qualify an alien for citizenship. Contact a reputible Immigration attorney for guidence on pursuing citizenship.
The Mexican must apply for Resident Status and after 3 years of being a Resident Alien they can apply for Citizenship.
An alien number is issued by the USCIS. A Social Security number is issued by the Social Security Administration. If you are permanent resident in the United States, also referred to as a green card holder, then you must have both an alien number and a Social Security number. You typically can apply for a Social Security card after your application for permanent residence is approved by the USCIS (or the US Embassy if you are overseas).
It is possible for U.S. citizens to apply for permanent resident status for their foreign spouses. After a certain amount of time, the permanent resident spouse is eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship.
To receive Medicare, one must have 40 quarters of earnings in employment covered by Medicare.
You should have applied for Permanent Residency 7 years ago when you got married. I recommend you apply for Permanent Residency now and in 3 years you can apply for Citizenship.
find an attorney and have the misdemeanors "expunged". to answer your question, yes you can apply.
After 12 months as temporary residence you do have to apply for a permanent residence to be legal. This is to apply to be legal in the US.
Only if you are in the US temporarily as a visitor or as a tourist. If you are a student or a permanent-resident alien, you must apply for a US drivers license in the state of your school or residence.
If your legal resident status was obtained through marriage to a US citizen, you can apply for citizenship as early as 2 years and 9 months after you were granted permanent residency. If your legal resident status was obtained through means other than marriage to a US citizen, you may apply as early as 4 years and 9 months after you were granted permanent residency. Once you apply, it takes between 6 and 9 months to process.
Yes. Not only can, but also should.
Yes if you have a Permanent Resident card; however, if you do not have a Permanent Resident card you would need to apply for a visa in advance.
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Yes you can apply for a temporary resident visa card in Mexico if your son is Mexican. Among the stated requirements is that you can prove you are related to a Mexcan, or to a temporary or permanent resident of Mexico.
An unlikely scenario is to return to the country of legal residence and apply for immigration as a legal resident alien. Apply for enlistment.
No, US permanent residents can only apply for immediate relatives (spouse and unmarried children under 18) regardless of how many years they have been a permanent resident. If the US permanent resident would like to petition for his/her brother, he/she must first become a US citizen through naturalization (which he/she may after 5 years of being a PR). US citizens may petition for spouses, children, siblings, and parents.