No, but it makes it easier
nothing she tills has to become a citizen
only if the person marries a US citizen
no they do not the Mexican instead becomes an American citizen
No You would have to apply for citizenship just like the other person would have to apply to become a US citizen.
No, but the Russian may be able to get a green card but might be required to go back home during the paperwork phase.
A person will not automatically become a US citizen as soon as soon as an illegal alien marries a citizen. The illegal alien will have to file for a VISA with the INS.
No,since she will become your wife,you can go to us embassy,and vouch for her to quicker get citizenship.
Once a person from another nation marries a Canadian citizen, he or she becomes a permanent resident. The process takes approximately 50 days for the paperwork.
No. The person is still subject to the terms of the visa. If the person with the work visa marries a US citizen, it shortens the residency period needed to apply for naturalization, but still does not automaticaly change the visa.
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.
After a J-1 visa expires a person can file to have their visa extended. If the person marries a United States citizen then they can file a petition to become a US citizen. If a person stays in the country after their visa expires they can be deported.
no depends were they came from
a) a visitor with a green card/visa,,, or b) an illegal alien,,,or c) a U.S. citizen,, in that order these days
A person who marries multiple spouses is known as a polygamist.
Once you are officially married to an American citizen, you can not be deported from the country, unless you engage in a criminal offense.
Yes, if a person is a legal and registered citizen of the specific country, state, province or continent etc. and is married to his/her partner that is otherwise; then yes, he/she can therefore be legible and almost positively receive citizenship.
Not without becoming a legal alien. Which usually requires returning to their home country and applying for a marriage visa.
Even without knowing the spouseÕs status, the marriage is binding. Proceeding with a divorce is the only way to legally separate for that person.
The term for a person living in a country of which he or she is not a citizen is "resident alien." They might also be considered an immigrant if the idea is to stay permanently and (eventually) sever citizenship to the country of origin. Short term, the person is a visitor.
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 noun, a concept.
Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.Yes. There are criminal penalties for a person who knowingly marries again without divorcing their spouse.
Friar laurence marries them, and the nurse knows about the wedding