You probably mean "have her deported." Why would you want to do that? Specially if she hasn't done anything to you. Besides, maybe her mother is in the process of getting a green card for her daughter. If that's the case, she would not be deported anyway. And if they (the mom and daughter) found out that you tried to have her deported, you woul have a problem. NO, I MEANT Denounce, look it up in the dictionary. Why are you answering questions your NOT answering? That is NOT an answer to my question. They have put me in jail in case you wanted to know and no her mother hasn't applied for green card because she just recently became a permanent resident herself! You need to be a citizen like me to apply for your daughters residence, and obviously I would not do that if I am divorcing this woman who cheated on me throughout our ENTIRE marriage and married me for papers ONLY! She had an abortion 2 years ago and I had a VASECTOMY 10 years ago! Get it yet? Anyone out there who can answer question without judging why I'm doing it? NOt sure if you can, but I agree with the first poster.. this is simply your means of revenge, and not only is it unAmerican and caniving, it is unlikely. Well, maybe if you get put in jail and get found not guilty only because my fellow Americans saw that they BOTH were lying, you might feel differently! This lady is trying to get me to have a police record so she can keep the kids. Want to know more? Seems like it to get an answer...She has tried to commit suicide several times during and BEFORE our marriage...she got pregnant after we got back together for the 3rd time (I broke it off both times) - Coincidence? She cheated on me with my BEST friend only because he is a lawyer and felt it would be to her advantage to have an Assistant State Attorney on her side! She lost that because it was HIS BABY she killed! When I was speaking to him I didn't even know he was the one she was cheating on me with! When I informed him of her abortion and that I was sterile my wife lost him REAL QUICK! Good for him! Know he lost his best friend and his mistress too (not to mention his wife!) Oh, and yes, his mother and entire family is going to know what he did to me! You people, get a life! If your not here to ANSWER the question, move on! BTW, I already informed ICE! Being abusive to anyone is not the way to solve a problem especially one of legality. There obviously is a misunderstanding on what you are trying to accomplish. For instance are you seek monetary restituion for wrongful incarceration, character assasination, damages for lost wages or assets? The issues you cite are civil issues not criminal. If the attorney in question committed such acts he should be reported to the ABA and the state bar licensing board. Minors whether citizens or illegal foreign nationals are treated the same in the eyes of the law. Therefore it is highly unlikely that Immigration and Customs Enforcement would take action unless local authorities requested it in conjunction a felony criminal conviction. Be that as it may, a person pursuing civil action or alledged crimes against another should, for their own protection have substantiated proof of any and all claims.
No, marrying a US citizen or a permanent resident does not grant the illegal immigrant legal status regardless of whether there is a child involved or not.
An alien is not illegal as long as she/he has documentation of status. An alien who is documented to be a permanent resident is not illegal. If the alien does not have and never has had documentation of an immigration status, then that person is an illegal alien.
No, an illegal immigrant could never change status to a citizen, he would have to become a legal permanent resident first (LPR). But in any case, just making $10k/month wont allow an illegal immigrant to become a LPR
no, only us citizen can help for permanent resident
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.
There is no such thing, if you're illegal you do not have legal permanent residency.
send them back to where they came from
You can marry anywhere your hearts desire! After you get married the Illegal Resident needs to apply for Permanent residency. You can have the application sent to you just by calling them up (they have computer automated service also).
No, marriage of a legal or illegal foreign national to a U.S. citizen does not automatically confer citizenship nor permanent resident status to the individual. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
no. the mom should be a legal resident before she cliams child suport.
2 months and 900000000000000 years
The US citizen may cancel the I-130 petition, and the illegal will not be given permanent residency. If the immigrant entered illegally into the country, then it doesnt matter because marriage to a US citizen CANNOT help make the immigrant legal.
6 months after marriage the illegal immigrant will receive a temporary green card. 2 years after marriage another interview is setup and they receive a permanent green card that lasts for 10 years. During this time the illegal resident may apply for US citizenship.
The illegal immigrant will be deported when caught.
Regardless if you are in the military or not, once you marry an illegal immigrant with a marriage of a year or longer, they are legally U.S. residence thereafter.
No, that just means that the child will be a US immigrant. The illegal immigrant will still be illegal.
Yes, if he then becomes a legal resident There is nothing illegal about marriage, however, since the other one is an illegal immigrant, they are not likely to be granted citizenship simply because of the marriage. The two could be separated for many years.
First, there's no such thing as an illegal citizen. Second, there's no such thing as an alternative lifestyle. But if you are asking if a marriage between a gay person and an illegal immigrant of the opposite sex would be valid if it is not consummated, that depends upon the laws of the state where the marriage took place. If the marriage was made with the intent for the illegal alien to gain citizenship or permanent resident status, that won't happen. Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT automatically confer citizenship or permanent resident status.
The resident would need to wait until becoming a US citizen until filing for residency for the illegal alien spouse.
In the UK and Ireland a 'marriage of convenience' as this would be called is illegal.
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
Yes. a lot of states accept their ID of their country. I know how to get a passport if they are from Mexico.
An immigrant who is unlawfully within the US is not eligible for permanent residence status (green card).