An illegal immigrant leaves their country to go to another country without having the proper requirements for them to migrate to the other country, while the legal immigrant went through the correct process and filings to leave his country to migrate to the other country legally.
i married in 2005 to an illegal with no valid id only a legal birth certificate from his country! am i legally maried to him here in the US?
If they are in the country illegally, they would have to go back to their home country and enter legally. Being found an illegal immigrant results in deportation.
No rights gained, save for the ability to legalize your residency status if the immigrant entered the country LEGALLY.
== }���tcan a illegal immigrant marry a UK citizen in the UK and reside legally I've seen the answer no where so I still need to know if is possible for an illegal immigrant living in UK to marry a UK citizen in UK and reside legally?
No, not legally.
If he's in the country legally he will be treated just like he was a citizen of this country. If he is an illegal alien he could be facing deportation.
No - it doesn't matter what their home-land circumstances are. If they've entered a country illegally, they will remain an illegal immigrant - liable to be arrested and returned to their country of origin. If they were in that much fear - they should have claimed asylum after travelling to the destination country legally.
If he is an illegal immigrant he probably will be. If he is legally in the coutnry he will be afforded the same court privileges as a citizen.
Yes and and two illegal immigrants can marry although they are not here legally. It doesn't matter.
Legally, yes. Practically, collecting support from an illegal immigrant might be difficult.
Generally speaking, breaking the law for a very long time does not make it OK.
only if the person marries a US citizen
Yes, you can get married with parental consent. However, marrying someone that is not in the country legally does not change their status.
No, and the laws regarding marriage to an illegal immigrant become more draconian every day.
You need to obtain more information about how marriage to an illegal immigrant will affect you. There will probably be issues if the illegal immigrant did not enter the country legally which will cause delays. If you are already married, then you need to follow the steps necessary to make the marriage one that is true in the eyes of the law, and you may find that you put the cart before the horse. Investigate whether it would be much easier to go get married in his country and bring him back as your husband and what visa you would need.
No. An immigrant is an alien who is here legally and has announced their intention to pursue legal citizenship. Aliens are visitors from other countries who have entered and remain legally. Illegal Aliens are persons from other countries who are not legally in the country.
If they are in your country legally, you can't. If they are illegal, you should inform the police. In both cases, it is the governent not the people who decides who should stay and who should not.
Yes, according to the new law it is possible
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.
The question is slightly ambiguous, since technically you cannot sponsor an illegal immigrant. If the immigrant is already in the country illegally, they cannot be sponsored for entry into the country. You can sponsor an immigrant, but there are conditions on someone re-entering the United States who has already been an illegal immigrant. First, sponsoring an immigrant. There is a category of immigration called family sponsorship, whereby the family member of the immigrant (who is already a legal U.S. citizen) can sponsor the immigrant's entry into the country. The family member must submit an Affidavit of Support, which shows that the sponsor will financially support the immigrant. Proof of income must be provided along with the application. This only applies, however, to immigrants who have not yet entered the country illegally. Illegal aliens who wish to re-enter the country legally are generally barred for three years from doing so. There are exceptions to this rule, but generally, any person who has been in the United States illegally for 180 days or more will be barred from re-entry for three years. Aliens will be barred for 10 years if they were illegally in the country for one year or more. These laws surrounding legal and illegal immigration and sponsorship are contained in the updated Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996 and the Anti terrorism and Effective Death Penalty Act of 1996
Yes, if they are legal, and the male is a legal immigrant. There are immigrants that are illegal. that does not apply to them, as they themselves could not legally apply for child support.