Yes, If a non Legal resident marries a Legal resident,he or she are judged to be Legal resident of that country. They can have their Spouse VISA.
So that can make them live happily and together forever.
No, it does not.Marrying a US citizen never automatically makes you a citizen- however, it does speed up the process if you are trying to naturalize. Normally, a legal resident has to wait 5 years before they can apply for US citizenship; if a legal resident marries a US citizen, this is shortened to 3 years.
No if the marriage is only for becoming legal. The person who marries an illegal to make them legal is breaking federal laws, can be arrested, and serve prison time. The illegal will be deported.
my fiance came to America with out a visa and i wanted to know what can i do to make him legal here with out sending him back to his country??
an emigrant is a person that leaves the country. so an emigrant of the us would not have to be a us citizen. An immigrant is a person who comes into the country, and i think that's what you mean.
Sure, there are no restrictions on marriage. However, being married does not automatically change one's visa status or citizenship. Make sure you understand the requirements to become a legal resident so that you are not separated from your spouse by INS!
This question doesn't make sense. Deported means made to leave the country. And that means the person was not a legal resident of Canada. You can only join the Canadian army if you are a citizen.
yes it is hard because there might be war
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 existing immigration and citizenship laws. If the violation occurs after two years then the justice department must follow the legal procdures for the person to be denaturalized in the federal court.
No. Lots of members serve in other states. You must have a residence and pay state taxes to be a resident .
If there was illegal entry, then no, marriage doesnt make you a legal resident. You would need to file a 130 petition along with a I-601 waiver at the U.S. embassy/consulate in HONDURAS, and you would be required to appear there. If you had legal entry, then it would be possible to get legal residency through marriage to a citizen.
Do make sure that it is a legitimate ceremony and marriage certificate. But yes they can, as long as that American citizen is not a felon, is able to adequately support that spouse financially (affidavit of support) and when they come back to the U.S. gets down to the business of filing their spouse's paperwork.
They must reside with someone who is their parent or legal guardian, or to a close family member to whom the responsibilty for their upbringing has been legally delegated by the parent(s) or legal guardian(s).
Getting married to a U.S. citizen will not make you a legal resident. If you are in the U.S. legally you can file to adjust your status to a legal resident. If you are in the U.S. illegally, getting married to a U.S. citizen will not help. You will need to go back to your country and apply for either a K1 fiance visa or a K3 spousal visa.
no you are only a resident of Texas if you are living in Texas
Yes, the mother and the children are all still illegal aliens. ~REVISE~ Does not mean that they can not become legal. Marriage never make a person legal to live in the united states, but depending on the National Orgin of the immigrant there is apossibility that they can get residency here.
Yes. The child gets the nationality of the place she/he was born regardless of their parents nationality (there are some countries where there are exceptions i.e. Germany). Also, the child getsthe natiopnalities of their parents.
No. First, adoption is a legal process governed by State laws. You cannot petition the Court to make an illegal act legal, or in this case, to ignore the illegal resident status of a person but approve a legal adoption. As another example, in small claims court if Person A sues Person B because Person B sold Person A "bad cocaine", the Judge would dismiss the case because it is illegal to buy cocaine. The Judge could also, as a representative of the Law, report both parties for cocaine use.Second, adoption is typically reserved for minors, under the age of 18 years old. It may be possible to adopt an adult with severe mental impairment, but that is typically made into a Guardianship, not an adoption.
No, that will make him your step-dad
Very confused =)
Not without a Power of Attorneysee link for useful info
Well it has happened before, but it is not legal.
No, it doesn't make them a citizen if they marry one. I am a German citizen with a permanent resident green card and married a solider. It didn't make me a US citizen like most people would think. A person in this situation still has to wait for 5 years in Permanent Resident status and then apply for citizenship.
no he/she would still have to do paperwork and do all the background checks,border crossing stuff, and legal us citizen papers. Ex: if a cat wants to be a dog it cant just marry a dog and instantly be a dog too,
A vehicle log book does not make a person the legal owner of the vehicle. The log book will show that the person is driving and maintain the car.