Yes, she can in some states. But, she will also need another form of identification like a birth certificate etc.
NoAlternate Answer:Yes, but it is better to use your Mexican Passport. If he doesn't have one, he should get one for this and other purposes. About a dozen US states accept the matricula consular as valid photo ID, including Washington, which also permits same-sex marriages. Even outside of these states, you could probably get the marriage license using the matricula consular alone, but it would be better if you could bring a birth certificate. If you are thinking that you need the matricula consular to prove residence or legal address ... don't worry about it. You don't need to prove where you live to get a marriage license. Foreigners are allowed to get married in the U.S. You don't need to try to appear like a citizen.
Some counties/cities have set policies, but many do not. In general, it is up to the clerk issuing the marriage license to decide whether the ID presented is sufficient. Some clerks will require additional identification, such as a birth certificate. A foreign passport is better than a matricula consular, if you have both. Note that the presentation of identification is to prove identity only, not residency or citizenship. There is no residency or citizenship requirement to marry in any of the 50 states.
No. Fiance is the man you are going to marry. Husband is the man you did marry.
It depends on the state. Most states require a photo I.D. If the person is from Mexico, s/he can go to the nearest Mexican consulate and get a matricula consular, which is a photo I.D. i called a Mexican consular, and you have to have a photo id and birth certificate to get a marticula consolar. *NO . but, if you can get a passport in your consulate or embassy, that's all you need. but if you better go back to your country and get married there... and start the process in the US embassy everything will be easier and fast.
i should be able to because if needed i can always move and marry in another state right?
The illegal immigrant should go back to his or her home country and complete the divorce with his or her spouse. Then you should either get married in that country and apply for a spouse visa, or go visit that country and upon returning apply for a fiance visa and get married in the US after the fiance visa is granted.
yes, apply as a single person that way when you marry your fiance you are an American citizen and it will make it easier to get him a green card.
You can marry here and is probably best as they will not let the fiance enter the US until the paperwork is finished. As soon as you get married here in the US apply for his/her residencency and Do Not Leave the country without a Re-entry visa or Alien Resident card.
He is your fiance. You are his fiancee
Uh, your fiance?
Where can you marry an illegal allien?
No it is not illegal to marry a third cousin.
Here is a list of some things that you would need to get a fiance visa; if you are a law abiding citizen, if you have met your fiance in person, if you are both free to marry, can you support your fiance in the usa.
My fiance? Absolutely not.
Go to the county courthouse with identification and pay the fee, wait 3 days and get a judge or minister to marry the both of you. that is correct. if you do not have a TX ID than just take your "matricula", visa, or any time of identification with your picture and information, birth certificate it's also taken.
The likely word may be fiance or fiancee. meaning either a man or woman engaged to marry.fiance - man engaged to marry (French fiancÃ©)fiancee - oman engaged to marry (French fiancÃ©e)
yes you can
You must be a law abiding American Citizen, be free to marry your fiance, and can support your fiance here in the United States. It is a lengthy process that can cost quite a bit of money.
A fiance visa allows American citizens to bring their fiance into the United States. This visa allows the non-citizen fiance to enter the United States and live with the American Citizen until they marry.
yes, if they have a state issued ID, a birth certificate, and they money for the license. or you can just use your Country's identification, such as 'matricula', visa, passport, anything with your name and information. A birth certificate would also work. good luck!