How long you need to wait to work after marry an American citizen?
When you file your green card application you can file form Form I-765, "Application for Employment Authorization": if the alien spouse does not have a work visa (for example an H1B visa), this form can be used to request employment authorization card.
You should get the EAD card in within 90 days.
You should get the EAD card in within 90 days.
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If an immigrant overstays his work visa but marries a citizen how long does it take to process the paperwork?
1-5 YEARS DEPENDING ON THE REGION OF THE UNITED STATES WHERE THE COUPLE LIVES. in massachusetts, you have to get a lawyer (for it to be easiest adn quickest) and there are cheap places to go to get one. and the lawyer contacts the ins and after 2 months you go to immigration, wait in a long line wi…th spouse and lawyer and show them proof of marriage and income above the poverty level. then if all goes well, you get working papers. then they will give you a date that you and the spouse will go to your interview for conditional green card, usually 4 months later. and bring your lawyer, proof that it is a real marriage, and you get a 2 year conditional green card. then in 2 years, or usually 90 days before expiration of the card, you two go and apply for the 10 year card. ( Full Answer )
go to the immigration office in whatever Mexican state you are in. you need a passport, and visa to file for a marriage permit. once you have permission the office will ask you to pay a fee at the bank. the bank will sign your paper, return to the immigration office they will give a different paper …of permission which you take to the church or the civil office, where ever you choose to get married. It will take several months, but $tipping$ the right people will help speed things up. ( Full Answer )
The process generally takes about 80 years, but Muslims take about90-95 because they're usually terrorists.
Answer . \nFirst of all, when British citizen and an American marry's, they become an AmeriBrit and have equal rights to work in both countries on their choosing.
If the alien entered US with inspection and became illegal later, then 3 months. If you don't get it in 3 months, set up an appointment to go to the local CIS office and show them the receipt, they will give it to you that day. If the alien entered illegally whtouth inspection, no right to get a wor…k authorization, and will not get a green card even if married to a US citizen. If the alien entered illegally, the alien must wait until 245(i) provision gets revived. Current political climate is very conservative. And so, 245(i) is unpopular now. President Bush said "Those who broke our law should not be awarded with green card." He said that even if that law is revived by Congress, he will veto it. So no 245(i) for now. Wait until the President leaves office, and wait more until Congress passes the 245(i) and hope that the next president does not veto 245(i). ( Full Answer )
If you come to the U.S. on a fiancee visa and get married to a U.S. citizen can you start work right away or is there a waiting period?
If you travel to the US on a k1 fiancee visa, you generally have to apply for a temporary work permit once you arrive. This may take a few months to process, so under normal circumstances, I would say that no, you can't legally work as soon as you arrive.
What visas does a British person need to marry an American citizen in the U.S. and what does the American need to do after the wedding if they plan to live in England?
Answer . \nMy British fiance and I are going through the same thing and so far the only answer we have found is for the US citizen to apply for a "Settlement" visa. This site can be most helpful http://www.ukvisas.gov.uk It can be costly and time consuming but we can see no way around it. Goo…d luck!. Answer . \nFirst of all, all you need is his birth certificate and yours to get married in the states. I know, I have done this. You can get married and live in America, he still has to go through INS to be a perm. resident. As far as you going to live in UK, well, check with INS in UK to see what you need to do. It really isn't hard to do, it is time consuming and costs some money. That is all! My husband and I reside in the states, he is now a permanent resident, but isn't going to become a US Citizen, he likes the fact that he is still a British citizen and a perm res of USA. Good luck! ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nYes you can, but you will have to go to Imigration for instructions as to what papers you need, etc. It's a little tougher since 9/11, but I know lots of Americans that are living in British Columbia. \\n. \nGood luck\nMarcy
Answer . is the guy worth waiting? is a MARRIED man worth waiting? one question...what if you're the man's wife and your husband has another woman, what would you feel?im a child of a broken relationship. my dad and mom got separeted since i was three yrs old . i know the feeling of not having a …complete family. ive met all my father's girl. i know my mom and dad would never be together again and i blame my father's girl for that and got mad with my father too. i know this one hurts but think of this maybe if you're out in the picture their relationship could have been saved. stop waiting for him. stop waiting for a MARRIED man. its not worth it. sorry. :( . Why wait at all! So many women really believe that the married guy they are having an affair with actually is going to marry them. About 1% do. Married men can get bored or feel they are missing out on the good things of life, or they are trying to recapture their youth and some are egotistical maniacs. No matter what the excuse, having an affair (this goes for both men/women) is immature, self-centered, egotistical and hurts many of those involved. I wouldn't touch a married man with a 10 foot pole! I would disrespect the man for cheating on his wife in the first place and I'm too smart a woman not to know that if he cheats on her, he'll cheat on me.. There are some men that simply do get divorced, but until that divorce is signed, sealed and delivered then he should never expect another woman to wait. He has no intentions of leaving his wife, and if he did he would want his freedom and has no thoughts of settling down with another woman yet.. Kick this guy to the curb! Get your pride and dignity back and go for a single guy or one that has got a divorce. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Yes, they can, but there are alot of legalities involved with "legalising" the person in question. It used to be a quick way to citizenship, but two of my friends went through this in about 2001 (her: American from Detroit, MI, him: Canadian, from Windsor, ON) and they gave both of them… a whole lot of trouble. It should be easier with time, however.\n. \n . \n In the U.S. unlawfully present foreign nationals are allowed to marry a citizen or other non citizen, if they have the documentation required by the state in which they wish to marry. \n. \nBecause of the changes in national security regulations an "undocumented foreign national of illegal status" would not be able to enter into a legal marriage to a U.S. citizen, as they would have to supply a photo ID, a birth certificate, and a Social Security card (not just a SS#). ( Full Answer )
I am American and married my British husband 4 years ago. It is simple really. He came over on a vacation visa, we got married. So long as he has his birth certificate and his passport, all is fine. Marry him, then apply through INS. It takes some time and tons and tons of paper work, but it worked …out fine for us. ( Full Answer )
yes you can, a person is aloud and has the right to marrry whomever they want whether based on religion,age(if over 18),or even gender(depending on location) Of Course, a Russian can marry an American citizen!! All that you need to take note is that of the law of both the countries. If the marriag…e is to happen in the US, then the American citizen needs to sponsor the fiancee to the US on a F-1 visa. Once the visa gets approved and the fiancee is in the US, next step is getting married within 90 days of entering. Once the marriage is legalized, the American citizen can then sponsor a green card for the fiancee. ( Full Answer )
If you go onto the USCIS.Gov website there is a form to petition for a fiance, I believe it is K129 or I129. I know you have to get married within 90 days of sending in the application. After that you can apply for a work permit in the US and a green card. However, should you divorce within a certai…n time period the person will have to return to the UK. ( Full Answer )
How long does it take for a green card to come out when a non-citizen gets married to an American citizen?
Citizenship and Marriage Answer . \nIt varies anywhere from a few months to 2 years. The length of time for the entire process depends on the number of U.S. Citizenship applications the USCIS offices receive in each state. Additionally, making a mistake on your application can cost you even more… time. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nNo, but the Russian may be able to get a green card but might be required to go back home during the paperwork phase.
How long does it take for an interview with immigration if your an American citizen and marry a Mexican citizen in Mexico who has had no problems with immigration and the American has already filed?
they would call in less than six months for an interview to see if you are really married to the American citizen. then they will issue a conditional permanent card for two years. when that card expires you would have to go to another interview to see if you do not commit marriage fraud, if you pass… they will issue a permanent card for ten years. ( Full Answer )
You just get a marriage license and get married. Before doing so, however, you should learn how the marriage will influence your ability to apply for citizenship in the country where the non-citizen will live. Another Answer That would depend upon the laws and customs of the place in which you int…end to get married. ( Full Answer )
You can start the process by first going to www.uscis.gov and read up on the section dealing with K1 Visa (fiance(e) visa). You will need to file an I-129F form, as well as send in a LOT of paperwork showing that both of you are willing to enter into the marriage, as well as both of you are able to …marry. (You will also need to send in any pictures of both you and your fiance(e), as well as statements from yourself and your fiance(e) ... all of which are listed in the form you need to fill out.) Once all those forms, as well as the fee, are completed and sent it, you will receive a letter stating that they have received it and will begin the process when they can. After USCIS has approved the petition, you will get another letter telling you which office will be handling your petition (or case... however you wish to look at it). Your fiance(e) will need to send information to the US Consulate or Embassy in Perth or Sydney (whichever is closer) in a certain amount of time. Once that is done, they will receive word about when an interview will take place and you should hear something back shortly after that.. I wish you the best of luck! ( Full Answer )
no you can not. You must take tests and live in America for about 3-5 years. It doesn't matter if you Mary an American citizen or not you have to do this. And i think you have to do some other things too. Answer Yes, but you must have 3 years of residency in the United States before filing for… citizenship instead of the intended 5. The tests you must take are the same as if you were to file for citizenship without an American spouse. __ Answer Provided by United States Government text book. (: ( Full Answer )
Answer . A fiances visa first and formost, so you can get married inside the US. Then apply for a green card ,a lawyer is always best.
Well, first of all your phrasal structure is wrong. . You have to wait at least 1 to 3 years.
The biometric appointment is usually 1 to 2 months after sending in the adjustment of status forums after you are married in the USA. The work permit usually comes 2 to 3 months after the biometric. The whole process can take 3 to 6 months. It always just depends on so many unknown government varia…bles .. Added: . I got my biometrics appointment within a month. My Interview was schedule just 3 months after filing the adjustment of status paper work. -- Chicago 2009. ( Full Answer )
You must pass a test about Basic American History. Then you must live in the United states for 4 to 5 years.
Well that really depends. When I first arrived in Germany I was allowed to stay six months with my girlfriend of the time. I enrolled myself in a German classes so that I would be able to learn the language and it allowed me stay for an extra six months. I would not plan on going to Germany without …a job though because once you are in the country you will need to register yourself with the gov. if you would like a apt or something like that. ( Full Answer )
The laws for obtaining a marriage license don't address citizenship. You just get married. However, you should first research immigration law to find out how the marriage might influence the non-citizen's ability to apply for citizenship in the country where you will reside. Another answer: google …out Hook a canuck, its a site for finding Canadian husbands. They should be able to help you. ( Full Answer )
Yes, You have to go through a tough process but yes a Canadian can become a Citizen by marrying an American.
If you are a foreigner marrying a US citizen, then no you are not a US citizen. Marriage to a citizen does normally give you "permanent resident" status for the duration of the union, and qualifies you for certain paths to citizenship, but it's not automatically granted.
It's my understanding that you are able to work almost immediately. You must present the proper marriage documentation to the local authority and they will issue your residence and work permit together. The first permit(s) issued is/are for 2 years and after that time, if you are still married, anot…her permit is issued for an extended period. I've been researching this same question a lot recently and all the information I've discovered has led me to believe that it's all pretty straightforward. Imagine that!. Check out this site for further info. Look for "Frequently asked questions: Visa". http://www.germany.info ( Full Answer )
WOMEN GREEN CARD HOLDER MARRYS MAN EXPIRED GREEN CARD HOLDER IN THE STATES CAN THEY BOTH LIVE IN THE STATES.
If the person is a US citizen it doesn't matter when they naturalized. You can marry a USC anytime and they can petition for you whenever.
i believe you have to be a legal resident for 5 yrs before you can apply for a citizenship
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It depends on the country. Both people have to be present. If the British citizen (engaged to the American) is getting married in the States, they need a K1 Fiance Visa first (this needs to be agreed before they travel). This allows them to live in America for 6 months before the wedding. T…he other way around (Yankee marries Brit), there's a similar system in place regarding a visa to be applied for before travelling to Great Britain. The questions that are ask make sure that one party can financially support the other as generally even after marriage a foreign national won't have permission to work without a work permit. The rules are different for those with nationality of two different countries (eg British/American citizen) eg British father, American mother. Hope that helps. The British forms and advice can be obtained from the GB embassy in Washington, or the consulates, or just go to the IND website (part of what used to be the Home Office; now Ministry of Justice (or possibly FCO)). Hope that helps. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you can be deported. Marriage does not confir any type ofimmigration or visa status.
No, if you apply an Alien Relative I-129 form and/or I-485 form then you are on your way to becoming a Legal Resident at least 3 years before applying for I-405
It depends on what part of state you were in. You can ask a divorce lawyer how long it takes before you become free for being married. In California at least from 1 year to 1 and half, depending who wants to get what, called "property" In Texas it can only takes 6 months as long as the spouse doesn'…t fight it. You search a lot on this one, but a little warning, make sure and be smart.. ( Full Answer )
One week regardless of whether you're married to a Maltese or not... Check this blog for details: http://malta-howtoguide.blogspot.com/2011/12/how-to-get-i.html
I am in the same boat you are! I did some research and here is a link for you to look up the information you need. Please be sure to scroll down till you see the K-3 Visa:Marrying outside of the US Header. Best of luck to the both of us. I dont copy paste cause they have clickable links there t…o needed forums! ( Full Answer )
If you married a US citizen but the marriage is not working out and you want a divorce but you are still waiting for your green card what will happen to you?
As long as you are legally married to a US citizen, you are a citizen. it doesn't matter if you get divorced or not. YOU ARE A CITIZEN!
When a person gets engaged they can wait three months to a year. A year is much better because the couple can get to know each other more and be sure they are doing the right thing. This also gives them time to prepare themselves for the future. . Some couples have waited much shorter times, many …have regretted it. ( Full Answer )
What documents are needed for a Philippine citizen working in Katar need to come to South Korea to join their spouse which is an American citizen working in Korea for the US military as a contractor?
You would need to contact the embassy of the Republic of Korea. See related link for contact information for the embassy of the Republic of Korea in Qatar. That doesn't help much. I have already tried that and didn't get the answers that I need.
anyone can marry anyone from anywhere, however it does not make the immigrant legal, and alot of the time, has no effect on the courts decision if the immigrant can stay
You never loss you citizenship, unless certain acts of war (treason, defection) are committed. No, if you marry to a Mexican in Mexico, you don't loss you citizenship. You should note, however, that he/she is not granted American citizenship automatically.
I am a us citizen I married a divorced Mexican woman in Mexico that had not waited the year necessary to re-marry I now need a divorce and she wants I can't pay What are my options?
Consult a Divorce lawyer in the US. Get an Uncontested Divorce and stay out of Mexico.
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United States Citizenship by Naturalization has no correlation to length of time one is married to their U.S. Citizen spouse. One's eligibility to Naturalize, instead, depends primarily on time legally resident in the United States as an Legal Permanent Resident (LPR). So, in the most common scenar…io, where one enters the country having newly (within 2 years of having applied for Permanent Residency) married a US Citizen one would receive a CR2 Green Card. The CR2 is a "Conditional" Green Card that expires two (2) years after it was first issued. 90-Days prior to the CR2's expiry, one must apply to Remove Conditions by submitting the appropriate application to USCIS and including the required documentary evidence supporting not only the continued existence of the marriage (though in certain circumstances where the marriage no longer exists conditions may still be removed) but the genuineness of the marriage a d initio . Once the application to Remove Conditions is received a temporary 1-year extension on the CR2 is issued to permit USCIS to process the application. Once USCIS approved the request to Remove Conditions, the full ten (10) year Green Card is issued. Having been approved as an LPR on the basis of marriage to a US Citizen, your time to naturalization is reduced from the standard five (5) year residency to just three (3) years from issuance of the initial CR2 Green Card. After the 3-year anniversary of the CR2's issuance, you can apply to Naturalize. The 3-year guideline for naturalization does not actually mean that you need to be married for that period of time. It is possible to have the marriage last less than that (indeed, in some circumstances, less than even the validity period of the CR2) and still qualify to Naturalize. ( Full Answer )
Any person with citizenship in any country may apply for immigration here easily if they have someone here to sponsor them, like a spouse, parent, family member, etc. Sponsorship does cost a somewhat large amount of money, but it almost always works in any situation.
No, that would be bigamy, and it's illegal (as in you can go to jail for it).
No. Non-US citizens can marry US citizens. This does not automatically make them US citizens as well, though it does generally grant them permanent resident status ("permanent" as long as they stay married, anyway).
How long does a foreigner need to be a premanent resident of the US before he can marry a US citizen?
There is no such requirement. In fact, there are immigrant visasfor spouses and even fiancees of American citizens.