No. YOU cannot have anyone deported.
Only Immigration and Customs Enforcement can do so. Presently ICE is only focusing on crime-related deportations (since many "illegal" immigrants entered the country legally and were properly inspected but either had visas expire due to a variety of reasons some of which even include errors and oversights at DHS and USCIS (and its predecessor, INS) and is not pursuing otherwise law-abiding (and in most cases tax-paying) immigrants who have fallen out of status.
You can, of course, report the individual to ICE but, if they do take action against them improperly you could very well be civilly liable to the person yourself if it is determined that your report to ICE was improper and selfishly or racially motivated.
The illegal immigrant will be deported when caught.
yes, illegal immigrant can be deported even if he/she has children who are US citizens. moreover harbouring an illegal immigrant is a serious offence. please refer to US department of homeland security website www.dhs.gov
yes if they are an illegal immigrant they will be deported back to where they came
No,Plus that illegal should be charged then deported..Banned for life in the usa..All illegal immigrants need to be found and then deported..
no green card or faulty marriage
An illegal immigrant to the US is, by definition, a person who has entered the country in a manner which violates US immigration law. That is the distinction between legal immigrants and illegal immigrants. So yes, they get deported.
Deport, as in: The illegal immigrant was deported
Basically One is sent home and there may or may not be banned for a time to enter the coutnry of which they were deported.
YES, THE ILLEGAL ALIEN CAN BE DEPORTED. IN MOSE CASES, USCIS DOESN'T DEPORT THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT FOR NOTHING. THERE HAS TO BE A REASON. USCIS CAN ALSO ENFORCE THE ILLEGAL IMMIGRANT TO WORK HERE FOR SOME PERIOD SO THE OTHER PARTIE CAN BENEFICIATE OF A CHILD SUPPORT. BUT, A US CHILD WILL NOT GIVE YOU RESIDENCE UNTIL HE OR SHE GET 21 YEARS OLD AND DECIDE TO DO IT.
they get deported back to thecountry they came from
Shoplifting isn't a serious crime, however, if the shoplifter is illegal and the police find out, it's a huge possibility that the illegal could be deported. If the immigrant is a legal U.S. citizen, then no.
You can marry the person, but that doesn't mean they can stay in the country. They are still illegal.
Yes, Canada has illegal immigrant laws.
As long as both parties provide a birth certificate a US citizen can marry an illegal in Texas. However, this will not prevent the illegal from being deported.
Yes, if his status is brought to the attention of the immigration authorities.
the child goes to the father
No. The marriage would not be allowed. Also, marrying a US citizen regardless of the circumstances does not prevent an illegal immigrant from being deported.
Answer: If you are being abuse and is an illegal immigrant, what you need to do is leave her, because she can report you to INS and you will get deported. Because you are illegal, there is really nothing much you can do with the legal system.
They are deported back to their home country.