A minor in the US needs parental permission to marry. Even if the parents of the minor allowed her to marry and she would then be considered emancipated it is unlikely she would be able to apply for a spousal visa for her husband until she is of legal age. If the minor marries outside the US the marriage would be legal. A minor cannot legally leave the US without parental permission and in most cases being accompanied by an adult. A minor who left the US by illegal means and married in a foreign country would not be considered legally married in the US.
A US citizen can marry a foreign national on a tourist visa. The only requirement is that neither of them should already be married.
When applying for German citizenship, you should ask them for a permission to retain foreign nationality. If they do not approve that, and you still want to become a German citizen, then you should renounce your Canadian nationality.
After a petition is filed and accepted. Yes.
No. But only if the person already has US permanent residency.
Yes, an NRI or Foreign National can be a Partner after obtaining a DPIN. At least, one of the partners has to be a resident Indian citizen.
The prisoner would need to obtain permission to marry and it would be highly unlikely that such permission would be granted. If allowed, marriage to a US citizen would not prevent the foreign national from being deported once he has served the imposed sentence.
Why would her nationality, citizenship, or his military status disqualify her for a divorce? It would be the same as for a foreign citizen married to a civilian, or an American citizen married to someone in the military.
No. Marrying a US citizen does not automatically confer permanent resident or citizenship status on any foreign national.
No, marriage to a US citizen does not mean the foreign national will be granted permanent residency or citizenship status.
No, the couple would need to become legally married, the citizen spouse would need to apply for a change of status for the non citizen spouse. If it is granted the foreign spouse would be allowed to remain in the US and after having been married for two years could apply for permanent resident status.
Citizen and national are terms that are often used interchangeably. In some situations a national might be considered as someone who originally came from another country or is of a different race to most Irish people. This would be particularly where the term "Foreign national " is used. They could still become a citizen of Ireland, as many have.
Yes. The foreign national would not yet be eligible to apply for permanent residency therefore divorcing his or her current spouse and remarrying would not affect his or her status. Be advised, that it may create difficulty when the application for permanent residency is made.
Yes, marriage by a foreign national to a US citizen does not automatically confer US citizenship upon that person.
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.
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.
No. Marriage to a US citizen does not alter the fact that the foreign national is unlawfully present within the US and can be subject to deportation to his or her country of origin.
No, not if you are a British citizen. I don't know what the situation is with foreign nationals taking internal UK flights, so if you are a foreign national take advice from the airline you fly with.
No, she will not lose her nationality. Chances are she may also get foreign national's country citizenship too. However, marrying a foreigner does not have chances of losing nationality.
Yes they are.
That depends on whether the foreigner actually was actually a spouse, or just a holder of a spouse visa (green card).
To get a passport of any specific country, you need to be a citizen of that country first. In case a foreign national wants to get a passport of a different country, then he/she should first become a citizen. Only then will they be able to apply for a passport.
To the US government and people, they would be a foreign national. If they reside in the US, they're considered a 'resident alien'. If their residence in the US isn't done properly, then they're illegal aliens.