seek asylum or get her an fiance visa then get married in three or four months
Here is a list of some things that you would need to get a fiance visa; if you are a law abiding citizen, if you have met your fiance in person, if you are both free to marry, can you support your fiance in the usa.
If the Australian authorities see that he has been deported from another country for violating his visa requirements then you will have a difficult time obtaining a visa for him. Maybe you could consider meeting him in Pakistan.
A fiance visa has a shorter processing time compared to marriage-based immigration visas. This is specific to the US. Canada does not have a fiance visa
The person is considered "out of status" or a "status violator" and must voluntarily return to their country of origin or be subject to deportation. If deported they will be barred from applying for reentry to the U.S. for at least one year or more.
USCIS Form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiance must be filed for fiance visa. Filing fee for a fiance visa is $340.
A fiance visa allows American citizens to bring their fiance into the United States. This visa allows the non-citizen fiance to enter the United States and live with the American Citizen until they marry.
Not right away. You enter the US with your fiance visa, get married within 3 months and wait for your employment to be approved which takes anywhere from 6 months to a year.
Probably the easiest way is to apply for a student visa at an American college or university. Universities are experienced in obtaining this kind of visa.
I presume from your question that the US woman is about to marry a man who is in the US on a Fiance visa. She can marry that person within 90 days of his entry into the US. Also the marriage should be a genuine one and not for the sake of getting a green card. If it is a fake arrangement, then the fiance may be deported back and the US citizen may face legal problems.
A person can certainly be deported if they are married illegally in the United States. If there is a wife in another nation, the marriage in the United States is not legal.
You can be deported if immigration finds you.
Deportation occurs when a person has violated the laws of any country. Not every violation leads to deportation. When a person has overstayed on a visa and not adhered to immigration laws, then he/she can be deported. Citizens cannot be deported but if they are convicted of any crime that affects the laws of the Country and its citizenship, then they can be deported.
Yes provided your fiance has no other visa and not already in US. For marriage purpose, its important for your fiance to enter US with a fiance visa and also to get married within 90 days after entering US else she would have to return to home country.
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.
The very purpose of your Fiance visa becomes redundant. you cannot get the fiance visa any more!WHen you fill out DS 156K, there is a question saying you cannot get a fiance visa if you are already married. There are other ways like a K-3 visa, but if you are applying for a K-1, why not wait till you finish up? Why pay your lawyers thru the nose- AGAIN?
Yes, Canada is its own country.
A K1 visa is issued to the fiance of a United States citizen. It gives the foreigner permission to enter the US. The person must then marry their fiancee within 90 days of entry to the country.
you can be deported if you dont have a visa or legal documents stating that you are a resident of the united states.
No,Plus that illegal should be charged then deported..Banned for life in the usa..All illegal immigrants need to be found and then deported..
File for a fiance(e) visa for the person and marry her/him once s/he gets the visa and comes to the US. After marrying, file for adjustment of status. And once he/she enters the USA with the fiance/ee visa, you have to marry him/her within 90 days.
A fiance Visa is required for immigrants who wish to enter the United States. Check with a local immigration lawyer to find out the requirements and qualifications for this type of Visa.
The minimum processing time for a Fiance Visa is 6 months. For more Visit at http://www.mythaifiancee.com/fastest-processing-time
If that person is here illegally, then yes, they can be deported. For example, a student who is in the US on a student visa, whose parents may be in the US on work visas and who have siblings who were born in the US can be deported once they have either graduated or stopped attending school (their student visa will expire at that time).