Once can stay as long as their visa or Immigration papers allows them to
i think 6 months
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No, you have to be a US Citizen.
There could be any number of adjectives for 'Foreigner' (pron. fore-uh-ner) Old foreigner young foreigner asian foreigner tall foreigner short foreigner fat foreigner skinny foreigner drunk foreigner sober foreigner white-haired foreigner and so on . . . . BUT If you meant "What is 'Foreigner' in adjective form?" the answer would be, "Foreign".
Anyone can play the National Lottery.
Yes, the spouse would be able to file a petition (I-130). However, since the spouse is only a permanent resident, a spouse visa would not be available for some 3-4 years. Therefore, the foreigner would HAVE to return to their native country and wait for the spouse visa to become available. The foreigner can only stay in the US if he/she is under any other visa that would allow lawful stay (for example an F-1 student visa or H-1B visa, but NOT a B-1/B-2 visa)
It depends on the exact circumstances and the residency status of the various people involved. For example, if a US citizen marries a foreigner, they don't automatically lose their US citizenship. If that foreigner is later deported, the citizen is legally entitled to remain in the US. However, if the wife and kids are not US citizens but entered as dependents of a permanent resident who was later deported, the answer would be different (again: depending on exactly what their residency status is).
Yes, with parental consent.
Only if they're in the US LEGALLY!
Foreigner - Foreigner album - was created on 1977-03-08.
Yes, they can, if they have the proper documentation to come and go lawfully.
If a foreigner commits a felony crime in the United States they will go to court and be sentenced if found guilty. The person will have to do the time for the crime.
Many Foreigner move into the Southwest
All employees of the CIA must be US citizens.
D and the Foreigner The a Foreigner - 2012 was released on: USA: 15 March 2012
Even if a foreigner marries an American citizen they do not automatically gain US citizenship. There is a very detailed, lengthy, process in which both the foreigner and US spouse must go through in order for the foreigner to gain citizenship. This process can take years and may be denied by the end of it all.
Nobody is a foreigner in their homeland. The very meaning of 'foreigner' is a person from a different land
Native and citizen are words. Those are opposites for foreigner.
If you are a foreigner yes! but if you were born in the united states no!
Will you please let me know what are the documents needed for a widow to get married in US.