NOOOOOOOOOOOO! Citizenship cannot be granted via marriage.
No. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically confer permanent resident or citizenship status on any foreign national.
No, marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically grant an immigrant permanent resident or citizenship status. http://www.uscis.gov
If you are a foreigner marrying a US citizen, then no you are not a US citizen. Marriage to a citizen does normally give you "permanent resident" status for the duration of the union, and qualifies you for certain paths to citizenship, but it's not automatically granted.
Once a person from another nation marries a Canadian citizen, he or she becomes a permanent resident. The process takes approximately 50 days for the paperwork.
The person needs to have permanent resident status. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give you citizenship or different visa status. The requirements are having been a legal permanent resident for five years. Or being a legal permanent resident and married to a US citizen for three years. The person can then apply for US citizenship.
by legally marrying that us citizen or print a form from the internet requesting to be a permanent resident
yes as long as you are married
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT confer automatic citizenship or permanent resident status to the non-citizen spouse. The non-citizen spouse will have to apply following the standard immigration procedures as prescribed by law. http://www.uscis.org Marriage to a US Citizen does not automatically qualify an alien for citizenship. Contact a reputible Immigration attorney for guidence on pursuing citizenship.
I was told the marriage was void.A dissolution of marriage does not interfere with the process of becoming a citizen or being granted permanent resident status. The reason being is that marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically give someone citizenship or permanent resident status. USCIS procedures still take precedence and should be followed accordingly.
No, marrying a U.S. citizen does not automatically convey permanent residency or citizenship. The proper procedures for obtaining resident status will need to be followed by the non-citizen, the issue of a criminal record may play a significant part in a decision by the USICS. (www.usics.gov)
No. He or she is required to apply for permanent residence status according to US immigration laws.
No, you do not.Marrying a US citizen never automatically makes you a citizen- however, it does speed up the process if you are trying to naturalize. Normally, a legal resident has to wait 5 years before they can apply for US citizenship; if a legal resident marries a US citizen, this is shortened to 3 years.
Even if you are a Canadian citizen and now you have gone and married a permanent U.S citizen and he is a missdemenor , it is possible, as you may not know at the time of marrige and he is only a suspect of murder.
No, marriage to a US citizen only reduces the required residency period for permanent residents who wish to become US citizens.
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT automatically grant the non-citizen citizenship or permanent resident rights. He will have to follow the procedures prescribed by the immigration laws. http://www.uscis.org, 1-800-375-5283.
No. He or she must still apply for permanent resident status and then citizenship as required by US immigration laws.
Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give a foreign national the right to permanent resident status (green card). He or she will have to follow the prescribed procedures according to federal law, there is no way to determine how long it might take to receive permanent resident status or if the foreign national will be granted such.
Yes, marriage by a foreign national to a US citizen does not automatically confer US citizenship upon that person.
It depends on what kind of marriage laws you're referring to and where you decide to live.
No. They are not a citizen until they have been properly qualified and sworn in as a US citizen.
No, it doesn't make them a citizen if they marry one. I am a German citizen with a permanent resident green card and married a solider. It didn't make me a US citizen like most people would think. A person in this situation still has to wait for 5 years in Permanent Resident status and then apply for citizenship.
No, it does not.Marrying a US citizen never automatically makes you a citizen- however, it does speed up the process if you are trying to naturalize. Normally, a legal resident has to wait 5 years before they can apply for US citizenship; if a legal resident marries a US citizen, this is shortened to 3 years.
A permanent residency is a step towards becoming a US citizen. A permanent resident can purchase a home and own property
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.
No. PR is just permanent resident.PR stands for Permanent Resident, so, no, PR is not a Singapore citizen.