You have to get a legitimate marriage license, go there and marry her in a legitimate ceremony (chronicle everything). As long as you have the financial means of support (you have to prove that via affidavit) and you are not a felon, then you come back and with or without (if you just read the different paperwork and use common sense you can do it by yourself) a lawyer's help file your spouse's paperwork as soon as each is ready so she can be here in no time.
You can legally bring your fiancee from Mexico with a "fiancee Visa" and you will have 3 months to marry him.
No. You have to go out and start over.
can a usa citizen marry a uk citizen wal visting the uk
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.
This is not a complex issue. If the person who is marrying a non-US citizen is already a US citizen or a green card holder, there will be no problem marrying the non- US citizen. If the non-US citizen is residing outside the US, the US citizen should sponsor a K1 visa to bring the fiance to the US. After immigrating to the US, the USC should marry the fiance within 90 days of entering the US. Failing to do so will lead to the termination of the immigration status of the fiancee and they will be sent back to their country. After marriage,the fiancee should adjust their status to that of a permanent resident.
yes it is possible
Sometimes. A US citizen can marry anybody he/she likes. If a US citizen marries a UK citizen, that alone will not entitle him/her to UK citizenship. The US Citizen will stand to lose the US citizenship if he/she applies to get naturalized as a US citizen. UK citizenship can be acquired sometimes by descent.
No. You have to return to your country of origin.
No, A US Green Card holder can't marry a Filipino and bring them back to the US. The spouse will need to apply for a Visa to be admitted into the US.
The UK reserves the right to bar any undesireable person from entering the country. This applies to criminals, racists, militants, and many others.
choices: 1) Marry the person and have him/her file an I-130 then "upgrade" it when the person becomes a US citizen. 2) Wait until the person is a US citizen then s/he can file for the fiancee visa. Either way you're looking at a very long wait until you can come to the USA.
Can a US green card holder marry a filipino and petition for a spousal visa to the US