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Answered 2014-09-18 00:21:24

If a Mexican man marries an American girl he can apply for a green card, which gives him legal residency. Over time, if he fulfills all the requirements, he can eventually become a US citizen if he wishes to do so, but it is not automatic.

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Answered 2020-05-06 03:15:41

Careful of status, you passport says single, might not be allowed in.

But in USA get married get papers fixed first.

Married my wife almost 40 years ago, been interesting 🤔

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