Before he files WHAT petition? How did you receive the K3 if your husband didn't file and I-130 petition? Please review: http://www.dixonimmigration.com/index.php?pid=2
No, the student would need to already receive a job offer and have that company file a petition on the students behalf. There is no such thing as a working visa to look for work- you must find the work first, then you can apply for a visa.
It would be both Mexican American with equal rights. The child would be considered to have dual citzenship, But the parents can also petition to have the child considered 100% Mexican or 100% American, I believe that it would be their choice.
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
Yes, but as you pointed out, your spouse needs to begin the application for the immigration and naturalization process.
If you are a US citizen, your husband has the right to live here as long as you two are married. If you are only allowed to live here because of that job you quit though, you may both have to leave.
Only if he has begun with the due process of US citizenship. Otherwise, he only will be able to visit you as a tourist.
You mean culturally? The most important would be the stereotypical cowboy, which was copied from the Mexican cowhands working on former Mexican territories, including Texas, New Mexico or California.
Cesar Chavez fought for a higher wage and better working conditions for Mexican farm workers.
Mexican workers on the US border
It gave us the Mexican Cession.
yes, but it will need to be filed in the US, in her state.
She remains a Filipino citizen. Her US husband can petition for her, in which case, once approved, she becomes an American citizen. She can retain Filipino citizenship (hold dual citizenship) by applying at her nearest Philippine Embassy in the US (if she is based there).
An immigrant in the US can petition for his or her spouse who lives in a foreign country as long as he/ or she living in the US has already recieved their citizenship.
US- Mexican border is around 2000miles long
Luis deharo was the first Mexican to come to the us
No. In the US a husband has no rights in his wife's inheritance.No. In the US a husband has no rights in his wife's inheritance.No. In the US a husband has no rights in his wife's inheritance.No. In the US a husband has no rights in his wife's inheritance.
1 Mexican peso = 0.0817 US dollars
the "olive branch petition"the "olive branch petition"
In the US, a minor can't petition the court for anything. The non-custodial parent would have to petition.
In US Federal court, yes. As can US Americans sue Mexican Americans.
The question is not entirely clear. DO you mean someone working fast food in Mexico, or a Mexican working fast food in another country? In the US, the average will be the same as any other race as required by law, somewhere around minimum wage to start.