If a citizen marries and applies for a green card for the spouse and the spouse comes to US and is abusive how can the citizen send this person back?
Contact the INS. They would be able to help you.
The person cannot just be "sent back" simply because the US citizen has changed his or her mind about the marriage. If the person has the conditional green card, the US citizen can refuse to file the joint petition to remove the conditions, but that does not guarantee that the person will not be able to obtain the permanant greencard. Once a person has legally immigrated to the US, it takes a lot for him or her to be deported. Any US citizen can bring a person to the US, but he/she cannot have the person deported for personal reasons. Marriages fail every day. Whether the ex is allowed to stay in the United States or not is not the concern of the American spouse, but of the INS officer who gets assigned to the case.
If an American citizen marries a filipino citizen in the Philippines would it make him a filipino citizen also?
US and UK allow Dual citizenship. A person can be a US citizen and a citizen of UK if he/she desires to. But if a person applies to get naturalized as a citizen of UK when he/she is already a US citizen, then it will lead to losing US citizenship.So a person can have US & UK citizenship as long he/she is not a naturalized citizen of UK.
Will the person with working visa stays in the u.s. for good if he marries an immigrant in the u.s.?
If you are a Russian citizen marrying a Canadian citizen how long will it take to be a permanent resident?
If an American citizen marries a Brazilian citizen in Brazil does that person become a Brazilian citizen?
No, not unless you start the paperwork in Brazil. You would have to give up your US citizenship to become a citizen of Brazil. Your new spouse doesn't become a US citizen either through marriage and they would have to apply for citizenship here too. Only being born in the US makes a person an automatic citizen.
If a person enters the country illegally with the intention of receiving asylum but is denied then marries a US citizen what will happen when applying for the residency through marriage?
If a person comes as a visitor and marries a US citizen how can they prove they did not have the intent to marry?
A citizen is a person. You can see a person, you can touch a person, you can hear a person, you can take a picture of a person. A person is a concrete noun. But, how do you know if the person is a citizen? You can't know that unless you learn that about the person; a citizen is something that can be known or understood about a person. The noun citizen is an abstract…
An Indian cannot become a US citizen by marrying a US citizen. Not only Indians, but any other person from another country cannot become a US citizen just by marrying a US citizen. A US citizen can sponsor a Indian on an appropriate visa ( like K-1 visa) after which he/she can adjust their status to that of a permanent resident. After being a PR for 3 yrs, the Indian can then apply for US…
If someone marries in the US then goes to Egypt and marries another is the second marriage in Egypt valid?
If a person with valid visa marries a US citizen what documents or status does he obtain right away?
That person doesn't receive anything automatically. If the citizen applies for the person to become a permanent resident, the person will receive a green card, which will allow them to obtain a social security number, driver's license, etc. The process usually takes from 1-3 years and is very expensive. If the couple has not been married for 2 years, the greencard is conditional. This means that if there is divorce within 2 years of obtaining…
What rights does a person with political asylum that marries a US citizen have when the wife wants a divorce and they have a child?
Is there a penalty for marrying a person in one state while still married to someone else in another state?
No, but they need to make sure that the person you are going to marry is of legal status. * Naturalized citizenship is subject to revocation at any time if circumstances warrant. For example, if the person marries a non citizen for the specific purpose of helping the non citizen obtain permanent resident or citizenship status. If a violation occurs before the person has been natulized for two years then revocation can be done uncer…
One should never be hesitant when another is abusive to them. Either face this person and tell them the truth or have an 'intervention' where you and others get together in a quiet place and face this abusive person. Realize that often abusive people sometimes have personal problems so while facing that person and accusing them of abusing you and others also come together as a group and ask this person why they feel they…
Two types of citizenship include naturalized citizenship and birthright citizenship. When a person is born into a country, he or she has birthright citizenship. When a person moves to a country and applies to become a citizen, he or she is a naturalized citizen.The two types of citizenship include birthright citizenship (where you are born into a country) and naturalization citizenship (where you move to a country and become a citizen).
There are many different answers depending on your relationship to the abusive person. In all cases there are two questions: the first one is, who is the abusive person and what is the relationship to you. If the abusive person is a parent, ask a teacher. If the abusive person is a teacher, tell a parent. If the abusive person is a brother or sister tell a parent. If the parent will do nothing, tell…