So what? Don't worry about the divorce. You were a resident for five years. And as long as you were legally married and stayed out of trouble you should be granted U.S. Citizenship. Visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services website for specific information. http://www.uscis.gov
3 years of being permenent resident then you can apply
Yes, marriage by a foreign national to a US citizen does not automatically confer US citizenship upon that person.
No. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically confer permanent resident or citizenship status on any foreign national.
yes. it can, but not always is.
It is possible for U.S. citizens to apply for permanent resident status for their foreign spouses. After a certain amount of time, the permanent resident spouse is eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship.
Yes, it is called dual citizenship.
you must first become a permanent resident by going through one of many programs (ex: skilled worker, investor). once you are a permanent resident, after living in canada for 3 out of 4 years, you are eligible to apply for citizenship of canada.
UK permanent resident is a foreigner individual who asked for a british citizenship and got it. United Kingdom citizen is an individual born in UK.
Yes, you do. The first requirement for US citizenship is to be a lawful permanent resident of the United States (be a green card holder.)
A Permanent Resident is a non-citizen within a country other than one which they have citizenship for. Permanent Residency grants them all rights to live in that country for as long as they desire, with certain conditions. They do not have all rights of a citizen, such as voting and representation, however; Residency is normally the last step towards gaining citizenship.
Answer: If you have been married for 3 yrs or more than you can choose to renew your permanent resident card or file for citizenship. If you choose to renew your card, its the same process as any other permanent resident would have to go through.
No, marriage of a legal or illegal foreign national to a U.S. citizen does not automatically confer citizenship nor permanent resident status to the individual. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
yes but its tough takes a while * No, the dissolution of a marriage will render the application for citizenship null and void unless the foreign national spouse holds permanent resident status.
how long do you if permanent resident card to wait before you apply for citizenship
find an attorney and have the misdemeanors "expunged". to answer your question, yes you can apply.
The person needs to have permanent resident status. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give you citizenship or different visa status. The requirements are having been a legal permanent resident for five years. Or being a legal permanent resident and married to a US citizen for three years. The person can then apply for US citizenship.
No. Citizenship is not automatically granted to children born in Australia and people do not get automatic citizenship if they have a child in Australia regardless of whether they have a permanent visa or not.
Marrying a U.S. citizen DOES NOT confer automatic citizenship or permanent resident status to the non-citizen spouse. The non-citizen spouse will have to apply following the standard immigration procedures as prescribed by law. http://www.uscis.org Marriage to a US Citizen does not automatically qualify an alien for citizenship. Contact a reputible Immigration attorney for guidence on pursuing citizenship.
A foreign national must apply for permanent residential status (Green card) before he or she can apply for citizenship rights. A single adult/person must have 5 years of eligibility as a permanent resident before he or she can apply for citizenship. A person married to a U.S. citizen that holds PR can apply after 3 years of marriage/resident status. Persons with PR rights who have served in the military are eligible for citizenship based upon military criteria and USCIS regulations.
No, you would want to have her apply for a visa.
Marrying a foreign national for the sole of purpose of the person obtaining permanent resident status or becoming a citizen is illegal. It is a violation of federal law and punishable by fines and imprisonment for both parties. In addition the foreign national will be deported after serving his or her sentence and will not be allowed to ever reenter the U.S. Furthermore, it is a misconception that marriage of a foreign national to a U.S. citizen guarantees permanent resident status or citizenship, it does not. It does however place a higher priority level on the person's application for residency and/or citizenship.
Of course they can. We just had an aquaintance who's daughter just made the Canadian National Womens team for soccer at the age of 17. She is a permanent resident of Mississauga, Ontario Canada.
Obtain permanent resident status in Malaysia,live there for the period they require you,learn their official language,apply for Malaysian citizenship, andrenounce your previous nationality (the one you have now)
The person who marries the US citizen should first become a permanent resident before moving on to file citizenship application. They must have maintained the status of a permanent resident for at least 3 yrs. So only after this time can they apply for their citizenship. It is not easy to get US citizenship. The only advantage of applying for citizenship after marrying a US citizen is that the continuous residence criteria gets reduced to 3yrs.
Not automatically. After being married to a US citizen for two years the legal foreign national spouse can apply for citizenship. Visit the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service website for specific information.