No. Assuming that there are no other legal impediments to your entering Canada, you could get into Canada. You could apply for permanent resident status - something you should do BEFORE you arrive in Canada. Being married to a Canadian citizen would probably be a big advantage. Getting Canadian citizenship is a whole other process. Before you can apply, you have to have lived in Canada for three years without interruption or, in some cases, for three of the last four years. If you meet all of the requirements, THEN you can become a Canadian citizen. Being married to a Canadian will help with that. But marrying a Canadian will NOT automatically make you a Canadian citizen.
Green card holder
no Being a US Citizen entitles a person to a great number of privileges than being a green card holder. A person can become a US Citizen only after becoming a green card holder. A person should have been a green card holder for 5 yrs or 3yrs ( if married to a US citizen).Green card and then citizenship is the valid, designated route.
Not too long give it time.
Know you have to be ten years green card holder...
Yes provided you are a green card holder in the first place.Only if you have stayed continuously for minimum 5 years in US as a green card holder you are eligible to file Form N-400 to become a US citizen. If you are not a green card holder yet your wife can petition for you.
They can stay here. When a green card holder marries a US citizen, he/she gets to share the benefits enjoyed by the US citizen. The US citizen can also file in for the green card holder's citizenship application.
the green card has nothing to do with the Canadian/French visit. What matters is where is your citizenship based from? as a French citizen or Canadian citizen then you'll have no issues traveling back and forth from Canada to France. The green card is used for American relations only.
If you are a Canadian citizen, then a Canadian Passport would be fine for travelling to these places via cruise ship.
how can i get a US green card, I am a Canadian citizen and are living and working in the US with a TN visa.
NOPE. There is no need for a legal Green card holder to marry a USC for the sake of becoming a USC. If that person is a GC holder for 5 years and is above 18 yrs of age and maintained the required continuous residence criteria, then he/she can become a USC on his/her own.
Yes, but after 5 years of legal residence instead of 3 since you are no longer have a US citizen spouse.
No- generally you have to be a citizen.
Can you marry him? Yes. Can you take him to the US? Not without getting him a card as well. To become a citizen by marriage means you have to marry a citizen.
If you mean can you adjust his status to become legal- NO. This is only if you are a U.S. citizen.
No. You must be a citizen. All law enforcement swear an oath to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States.
Citizenship cannot be got directly without becoming a green card holder first.By maintaining legal status, the Canadian should first get the green card after being petitioned by US citizen spouse by filing Form I-130 and after 5 years as green card holder he/she can apply for US citizenship by filing Form N-400.
If you are also a US citizen, you need to carry both passports and they should be valid.If you are a Canadian citizen and have green card, you need a valid Canadian passport with your green card.
A Green card.
You can either be born by American Citizens, granted a citizenship trhough Naturalization, Have A green card and is married to a US citizen, or a green card holder under the military or a family of one. Usually the most common aside from being a citizen by birth is through naturalization process.
No, howver if you are Citizen you may sponsor a parent
No they cannot. You must be a US citizen to enter.
I live in the USA with a Green Card but am a citizen of the UK and a UK Passport holder. I am thus to the USA/US Immigration a foreign passport holder.