Answer:Visit your local Immigration office and collect the forms for application to become a resident alien. Then following a full medical, photographs, fingerprints, life history etc. you'll receive notification for an interview (about 6-9 months in TX, 3 months in NV. The interviewing officers can tell at first glance the 'scam' couples and will split you up for individual questioning otherwise it's a fairly simple process if you have no criminal convictions and the alien is here legally
The US citizen spouse can no longer sponsor a non citizen spouse if he or she entered the country illegally.
The citizen spouse may petition for permanent residency for the non citizen spouse, but the he or she must leave the US and apply through his or her country of origin's consulate office.
An illegal immigrant spouse who has been unlawfully present within the US for less than 1 year must leave the US and then submit a 1-601 waiver application.
An illegal immigrant spouse who has been unlawfully present within the US for more than 1 year may not be eligible for permanent residency.
Exceptions are made if the immigrant spouse qualifies under refugee or asylee status.
Yes, an illegal immigrant, in the US can get married to an American citizen and obtain their documents
If they obtain a visa, they are not illegal.
No. Marriage to a US citizen does not alter the fact that the foreign national is unlawfully present within the US and can be subject to deportation to his or her country of origin.
Yes, it is illegal to marry for money to allow someone to obtain citizenship status.
No, they cannot.
If your already married she's already legal! * An immigrant legal or illegal does not become a US citizen by marrying a US citizen. The female immigrant who is in the US illegal can still be deported under US immigration laws. The issue of her being married to a citizen and having children may or may not be to her advantage. If she is taken into custody she will be given the chance to appeal any deportation issues, but there can be no guarantee of the outcome. The best option is for her to consult an attorney who is knowledgeable in immigration law before taking any other action.
can i get g.e.d i'm illegal alien and i am 24 years old i need my school if can help me find and i'm not u.s citizen i dont have socila security
It is illegal.
Yes, the illegal immigrant has to return to Mexico and obtain an entry permit. \
An illegal resident can not legally get married in the US. In order to obtain an Marriage License, you must be able to prove that you are either a US citizen or here legally.
In Georgia, illegal immigrants are not permitted to obtain drivers' licenses.
That depends- is the father the illegal immigrant or is he the US citizen? If so, he would have to leave the U.S. And no, the children have no effect on the decision.AnswerThe US citizen needs to find out the steps to get the spouse legal. If s/he is deported, it will seriously affect the family. Having US children does not change his status.Like all things, facing the problem and working on it right away is better in the long run.
First you have to get married and get legal. The best and most recommended way is for the U.S. citizen to file for a fiance(e) visa for the immigrant first. If you go directly to the USCIS, tell them that your fiance(e) is still in his/her home country and not already in the U.S. illegally. Then when he/she enters with his/her fiance(e) visa, you, the U.S. citizen have 90 days to get married. After getting married the now immigrant husband/wife can file for Permanent Resident Alien Status ("green card"). After about 3 to five years after that he/she can apply for U.S. citizenship if he/she wishes.
Not necessarily, although such cases are decided on individual basis according to the circumstances.
Due to the stricter enforcement of immigration laws it is almost impossible for an illegal immigrant to marry if they do not have the documentation required by the state in which the license application is made. It is no longer possible to have a "quickie" marriage in Las Vegas or any US state. Be that as it may, a foreign national who is unlawfully present in the US will not be protected from deportation by marrying a US citizen. The non citizen spouse will still be required to return to his or her country of origin and file for reentry under the spousal laws. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services http://www.uscis.gov
Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport.
yes, ex. the movie 'The Proposal'
If the marriage is legitimate the citizen spouse will not encounter any problems with authorities. If the foreign national spouse was not permanently deported, the citizen spouse can apply for his or her reentry once the imposed time limit has expired. If the marriage is found to be one of 'convenience' the sole purpose being to enable the immigrant spouse to obtain permanent residency and citizenship, the citizen spouse can be found charged with committing a federal felony. If such is the case, the best option for the citizen spouse is to retain (or at least obtain) legal counsel from a qualified immigration attorney, and refrain from discussing the matter with anyone (especially authorities) until that has been done.
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.
I doubt an illegal alien could even join the military, let alone get a green card. A illegal immigrant could not become a member of the US military, nor can an illegal immigrant obtain legal status under the current immigration laws. All foreign nationals who are unlawfully present within the US are subject to deportation when taken into custody by immigration authorities. Exceptions are made in individual cases, if the immigrant qualifies as an asylee or refugee.
Answeryes but it would take time Yes, an illegal immigrant can get married with an United States citzen even though he doesn't have papers to be in the United States. All he needs to do is to obtain a Mexican Passport at the nearest Mexican Consulate and take this with you when you obtain your marriage license. My husband and I had gotten married on the same day. However, I will advise that you carefully consider the consequences and take the advice of someone who has done this. Unless you are willing to reside in Mexico, don't get married!! After nearly 8 years of being married, my husband still cannot obtain permanent residency even though he had returned to his country while I went throught the entire two year process, not to mention a costly one, of petitioning for his return only to be denied.