With a U.S. visa. But have in mind that the U.S. Immigration laws virtually deny a visa (any tipe of visa) to any poor, unskilled, uneducated (no college degree) foreigner. The interested party can find information relating to their individual circumstanes at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website, http://www.uscis.gov
Crossing the border by running, jumping, or swimming. Many of them die in their attemp to.
To sponsor someone you will need to be their employer, and they must have a skill or ability that is not generally available.
yes you are legally married.
A plentiful supply of inexpensive tequila.
Linda Chavez was born in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and so has not immigrated to the US.
If the marriage is legal in Mexico, it should be legal in the US. One exception is for same-sex marriage. If you marry someone of the same-sex in Mexico City, that marriage will not be recognized in most of the United States.
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People immigrate to Mexico from all over the world. Most people who immigrate to Mexico come from the US. Reasons for coming to Mexico often include lower health care costs, warmer climate, and generally a more relaxed lifestyle.
Yes, of course
A single mother can as the US does not generally honor foreign father custody orders. Only Cuba does.
Of course not! You are only legally allowed to be married to one person at a time, it does not matter where you live or where you got married.
He is guilty of bigamy. You can start the divorce process.
if an illegal Mexican marries an American they can't go back into Mexico and reenter the United States legally. They can only go to Mexico and reenter legally if they have been granted a Visa.
not legally, only if you get married.
Yes. Over 750,000 US Citizens currently live in Mexico (taking advantage of dual citizenship laws) and over 1 million Americans have a residence in Mexico (from which at least 250,000 are known as snowbirds).
to immigrate to America for more opportunities
Yes. Your marriage will be recognized in the U.S.
Legally you can marry them in Mexico and then bring them back to the US. They are allowed to be in the US if they are married to a US Citizen.
these r communly know mexico, China, the middle east, and any other war zones
To populate the northern territories and fend off Native American attacks.
By filing a I-130 petition. It would take around 9 or 10 years before your brother would be legally allowed to immigrate to the US
its safer in the us
I would say Mexico. Mexico doesn't have many 'immigrants' but has many aliens in the U.S. probablly because they are looking for a better life, would be my guess.