After 2 years of marriage she/him can file their legal papers and if everithing look clean enough acording to Immigration they become legal and they will be allow to do their US Ziticenship. If the marrige was a froud they both can be and a big proble. Don't take a change.
Even without knowing the spouseÕs status, the marriage is binding. Proceeding with a divorce is the only way to legally separate for that person.
Yes, a marriage performed in South America will be honored in the U.S., with the exception of gay marriage- which is not recognized in the U.S. If you mean a marriage in the U.S. between a citizen and an illegal, this marriage will also be recognized, but again, not for gay marriage. Be aware than simply marrying a citizen doesnt grant you legal residency
If you followed the proper legal process to get married, then the marriage is legal. It doesn't matter if he's here illegally or not.
An illegal resident can not legally get married in the US. In order to obtain an Marriage License, you must be able to prove that you are either a US citizen or here legally.
You need to get a visa, and go through the process of becoming a legal U.S. citizen. The marriage is not legally binding if one partner is an illegal alien. Go to the U.S. government site and see what it takes to become a citizen when marrying a U.S. citizen.
The Marriage becomes legally binding once consumation has been conducted. Consumation is the giving of each others bodies freely in the act of intercourse.
If the marriage between the Jamaicans was done according to Jamaican law then yes the marriage is legally binding in the United States as well.
Your best option would be to leave the country, apply for a marriage visa, re-enter legally on the marriage visa and then get married.
Providing it was done legally and was not a 'sham' marriage, yes, they can.
I would not think so due to the situation of one being an "illegal" immigrant. Who signed the marriage license if there were no witnesses, and was the person who performed the ceremony legally licensed to do so.
Depends. As long as you are a legal United States citizen, you can get married legally to another person. However, since your fiance is from the Philippines, she is considered an illegal alien. If you plan on bringing her into the U.S., she will need a visa, with an I-94 stamp, and she would need to go through the process of becoming an American citizen. The marriage is not legally binding if one partner is illegal. it all depends on where you get your marriage license and everything. Visit the U.S. government website to see how she can become a citizen after you guys get married. (Yes, you have to wait until after you get married to pretty much have her become a citizen--it's very difficult to get married to an illegal immigrant here)
A legally binding document is one whose terms can be enforced by a court of law. An example is a marriage certificate and a contract.
Yes, the marriage is legally recognized in the United States.
To verify you are healthy enough to enter into a legally binding agreement (marriage).
== }���tcan a illegal immigrant marry a UK citizen in the UK and reside legally I've seen the answer no where so I still need to know if is possible for an illegal immigrant living in UK to marry a UK citizen in UK and reside legally?
not allowed in New Mexico
Yes, the wedding chapels you see in Las Vegas are legally certified to perform legally binding marriage ceremonies that are recognized as legal and binding anywhere. I would think that, legally, MAYBE they are required to determine if you were of "sound mind and reasoining when the ceremony is performed, but be that as it may, their marriage ceremonies are legally binding.
Yes. He should have had his wife start the procedures to sponsor his citizenship when they got married. If she knew he was illegal, she, too, could face criminal charges for housing an illegal alien. Since no illegal can enter into a legally binding contract, the marriage may not be legal either.
No, and the laws regarding marriage to an illegal immigrant become more draconian every day.
Marriage is a wonderful event. Yes, if a female US citizen legally marries a non US citizen in the state of Michigan, they are indeed legally married.
Regardless if you are in the military or not, once you marry an illegal immigrant with a marriage of a year or longer, they are legally U.S. residence thereafter.
There is nothing illegal for a US citizen to marry a non-citizen. This marriage will entitle the non-citizen to a number of benefits as the US Citizen can sponsor his/her Citizenship. What matters is whether the non-citizen is legally staying in the US.Illegal residence will lead to deportation and rejection of further visa applications of the non- US Citizen.