Any one, including a minor, enters US should have a visa. If a minor enters US without a visa and U.S. custom inspection & I-94 card, most likely, this minor enters US illegally. If that is the case, it is very difficult for this illegal minor alien to become legal US Permanent Resident later, according to current US Immigration law. Even if after many years, this alien marries with a U.S. citizen, this alien is still not eligible to adjust his/her status to US permanent residence inside the U.S., because he/she entered U.S. illegally without U.S. custom inspection and I-94 card.
If you entered LEGAlly but became illegal, marriage to a citizen is the only way to become legal If you entered ILLEGALY to begin with, marriage to a citizen and a successful I-601 waiver granted by the US embassy at your home country would be the only way to become legal (this petition requires that you leave the US and return to your country of birth)
To become a resident of Kentucky, one must stay in the state for at least 12 months. The definition of a resident is someone who pays rent or mortgage in Kentucky, and has a KY driver's license.
There is no way for that person to becme a citizen immediately. Once the children reach the age of 21, they can sponsor the person for residency, but it is a long process.
It entered the war to help Cuba become an independent country.
You become a resident of California by LIVING in California, this has nothing to do with marriage or legal status- an illegal can be a resident of California
how long does it take to become a resident of va
Yes,you can become a legal resident.
How long does it take to become a resident of Colorado?
Yes. A same-sex spouse can sponsor a foreigner for legal residency. The problem is, however, that if you entered the country illegally, you must pay the penalty for illegal entry into the United States. This is usually a 10-year exile in your country of origin. If you entered legally but overstayed your visa, then the process is much easier.
how to become a arizona resident
It varies from country to country. To become a citizen of the USA, you'd need to apply for naturalization and citizenship through parents.
You must live in the state for one year to become resident.
It does not take any time to become a resident of Tennessee. Once you are U.S. citizen, you just move to the state that you want to live in and you are resident.
Yes, a permanent resident can become a notary public.
you have to be 21 years old in order to help your parent become a resident
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No. The only way to become a citizen is to be born in the country or do the regular process of becoming a citizen.
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No she cannot. To become a US citizen you must be a US resident. Niether can you become a permenant resident for the same reason.
how long do you have to live in wis. to become a wi. resident
Someone who was born in the U.S. legally with natural-born U.S. citizen parents or someone who actually took the steps to come to America and become a citizen properly.
Immigration Laws vary.Studying in a particular Country could add points if you wish to Immigrate. Using that point system you can immigrate , become a Permanent Resident of that country and then eventually a Citizen.