If you overstayed less than 6 month you will be banned to entering the US for 3 Years, and if you overstayed more than 6 Month you will be banned for 10 Years (AG)
No. You have to return to your country of origin.
theres some law that after 97 if you overstayed by that long than your banned from returning for 10 years...not super technical but...
Dear Sir/Madam . I entered the country in early 2006 with a visitors visa (Type b1/b2), but now I have overstayed .. I want to apply for permanent residency but I am afraid that since I overstayed my visa I will not be eligible. I am going to marry with one USA Citizen , what is the process? how much time it takes for me to get Citizenship? she is married and having 3 kids her hubby was passed away long back. After marriage can I visit my home country to see my parents? if I get any law problems? after marriage if any other reason we separate what rules can apply? please help me
Yes. He can adjust status to that of legal permanent resident without leaving the country.
If you marry your British boyfriend, he does not automatically become an American citizen, and you do not automatically become a British citizen. You both have the right to live in each other's country, but you must file paperwork to do so. Citizenship is not automatic.
He shouldn't, but he CAN do whatever he wants.
If you've overstayed your Visa you will be deported back to your home country. If you resist deportation you could serve time in jail and pay heavy fines.
Marrying an American citizen does not give someone the right to stay in the country.
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.
Depends, if you entered the country LEGALLY but overstayed your visa, then you can get legal residence without leaving the U.S. if you entered the country ILLEGALY, then you CANNOT get legal residence in this country, you would be required to travel to the U.S. embassy/consulate of your home country.
Have him return to his country and apply for a visa. There is nothing you can do while he is here illegally that will help him.
A citizen has to obey the laws of his country and be loyal to his country. The citizen also has to pay taxes.
It depends on who has more family in which country. But it's up to you DOMINICA! is DE BEST! you'd be stupid to stay in england! but its ur choice!
It depends on what country you want to be a citizen of. Which country do you want to be a citizen of?
Native citizen is one who is a citizen of his country by birthright.If parents are citizens of a country, by birth or naturalization, automatically kids become the citizens of that country through birth right.But naturalized citizen is one who goes through the naturalization process of another country he has chosen to settle in to become a citizen and its not his home country or the country where he was born and of which he/she is already a citizen by birth.
citizen-means that you are loyal to your country and that you were probably born in that countrycitizen is when you are from another countryIf you are born in America, you are a citizen of America. If you're born in Japan, you're a citizen of Japan. Get it?
If a US citizen gives birth in a foreign country, the child IS a US citizen. In many countries (depending on where you are), the child would have dual citizenship.
Did you mean: 'Citizen'? if you did then the definition is as follows: Citizen: a citizen is a member of the public that belongs to a certain country if you were born and live in the same country, you are a citizen of that country and protected by it's laws.
he was an citizen in Germany
If you are married to a US citizen but your tourist visa is expired and you lost your I-94, you should immediately apply for a new visa or return to your country. Your I-94 is filed electronically, and you can get a new copy from the Department of Homeland Security. If you don't take action yourself, you may end up being deported and not allowed to return.
A national citizen is the person that owes allegiance to a state or a country. A residential citizen is a person that is born within a country or a state.