NO! DO NOT LEAVE THE USA! It hapenned to me. I applied for her residency BEFORE leaving and was told that with our marriage license we would be able to return to the USA without any problems. WRONG! I had to eventually sneek her through Canada to get her in and it is not that easy anymore. She must have a Re-Entry Permit BEFORE she leaves! If you need to discuss this further: firstname.lastname@example.org ==New Answer== He isn't saying that she is in the USA n wants to leave n return; he is saying that he wants to leave and go to her country to marry her and bring her back with him. So, he could go to her country and check with the US Consulate there and see if they will do a DCF for them after they marry n if they do, then he will b able to bring her back with him. Consulates are authorized to do DCF's but a lot of them don't like to do them anymore, so it ibest to check first.
No, but, he will likely dump the girlfriend in time and move on to another victim. Trust me.
Because you shouldn't be dating a married woman.
I am pretty sure in order to leave or return the US you must have a passport, as of the first of the year.
Yes, as long as the British citizen has not committed a crime or is otherwise ineligible for entry into the US.
Yes they can - BUT - the debt will remain on file and they will be persued for it on their return.
your a weirdo
You have to leave the country and file for marriage or leave the country and apply for a fiance visa, you cannot change the status of your visit while you are in the country.
Yooh leave yoohr husband and he leave his gf cause they both cheated on yall!!!!!!!
NONE. Marriage to a US citizen does not in any way automatically confer any change in immigration status. Your US Citizen spouse can now petition to have your immigration status changed, but you will almost certainly have to leave the country and return to your home country to pick up the new visa, and, depending on the case, you may NOT be allowed to return to the US for up to 10 years.
She unfortunately will still have to leave the country. She will have to apply for Permanent Residency. Being married does give her a better chance of becoming a PR but as long as she is not a citizen, she will have to leave the country every 6 months.
you can leave the country but no more than 6 months
Your best option would be to leave the country, apply for a marriage visa, re-enter legally on the marriage visa and then get married.