I want to marry a girl America
No. Neither will automatically become citizen of the other country.
No, Mexican citizens can't get divorced in California if they were married in Mexico. One of the parties would need to be an American citizen.
No. Immigrants must fulfill certain requirements to become Mexican nationals.
I married a Mexican citizen in Mexico and I am a US citizen, and we currently live in Mexico. You can only live in Mexico for the time they alloted on your white paper when you entered the country, usually it is 90-180 days. During that time you should apply for a FM2 at the immigration office. An FM2 is a visa that allows you to live in Mexico. You would qualify for it because you are married to a Mexican citizen. An FM2 is good for as long as you want provided you renew it every year and you can become a citizen after having it for 2 years. FM2 allows you do live and participate as a Mexican citizen would. I currenlty have an FM3, which is a working visa. I got it through my employer. If you want to work in Mexico you could get an FM3 and that would also allow you to stay in Mexico, but it needs to be renewed every year. Good luck and I hope that this helps a little.
You must move to Mexico with your spouse and live there for two years with an immigrant visa, then you can apply for Mexican citizenship. You can have both a Mexican and a US passport and be a dual citizen. If you were not married to a Mexican citizen, you would have to live there for four years.
"Mexican" is a nationality-- a Mexican is a citizen of Mexico.
Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport.
US citizenship cannot be lost by her becoming a Mexican citizen. Mexico would control whether she becomes a Mexican citizen. US has no involvement in the process.
So long as your paperwork with the embassy is in order, and the legal portions of the marriage are covered, it really makes little difference where you have the wedding ceremony, whether it be in Mexico, the US, Antarctica, etc.
Your Mexican passport.
no they do not the Mexican instead becomes an American citizen
If you are already in the United States, the fact that you are a Mexican citizen does not make it any more difficult for you to get married. You will follow the same procedure as anyone else and the laws of the U.S. state in which you are getting married will dictate the requirements. Marrying a U.S. citizen will not, however, automatically change your immigration status. It will create a path to citizenship, but it is by no means automatic. If you are in Mexico and you want to marry an American, you can obtain a civil marriage according to the laws of the Mexican state in which you live. Or, your American fiance(e) can apply for a visa for you to come to the United States for the purpose of getting married.
You do not need those records to get married in Mexico but you can call your state vital records office to check on that.
If I Marry An Illegal From Mexico Can He Become A Citizen
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.
What do you mean if "you are in Mexico"? Do you mean if you are a Mexican citizen? If you are a Mexican citizen, then Yes, you need a valid Mexican passport to enter Canada. A Canada visa is not required for citizens of Mexico for a stay up to 180 days.
go to mexico and bribe the government