If you just married for the green card you will automatically get deported. You have to be married 5 to 8 years and show proof of a good marriage in irder to receive the papers just to get the card. When a person marries to receive a green card there is a of paperwork in it to prove that thae amrriage is ligate and not just for the papers. So do beware that you can still be deported if you divorce.AnswerFirst step is getting a divorce attorney. Second is filing for divorce at the courthouse.
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 you will not become a Mexican citizen but you will have Mexican recidency. Your fiancee can have the option to apply for citizenship later on if she wants.
I want to marry a girl America
You MUST get divorced first before getting married again, in any state.
No. Neither will automatically become citizen of the other country.
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!
You go to immigration and start the paper work.
yes he or she can marry in the U.S
No. first of all because when a person is already married cannot marry another, unless he first gets a divorce from 1st. spouse, after he is divorced he may marry but if its for the purpose of getting legal residency immigration law prohibits it.
That is called bigamy!
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.
Enough cash to cover the abortion.
He can be arrested as he is a illegal immigrant and he has got married before waiting for a year aftr getting divorced.
No, Rachael Ray is not getting divorced. She is still married to her husband, John Cusimano.
Probably a ten-year wait if at all.
Lie about ur wife say she is mexican too
My brother married a girl from the Philippines in the Philippines. They were both previously divorced. She is a Philippine citizen. He is a US citizen. I do not know whether this will apply to your situation but it sounds similar. You might want to check with the British consulate there to be sure.
yes but she getting divorced from edge
Not unless you are or become a naturalized citizen of that country.
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.
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.
No. Immigrants must fulfill certain requirements to become Mexican nationals.