They will become an American citizen
No, the ex-wife does not have to apply to become an American citizen. She is already one! When she marries the guy, she is officially an American citizen
If you were an American citizen in the colnial times, you were someone called a colonist. You probably traveled from places like Britian, Germany, Scotland, France, and more. These people were the first American pioneers.
I think it doesn't matter were is he/she from.Must be the same rules as for people from other countries!good luck;)
The citizen has to sponsor n is always the primary sponsor but, yes, co-sponsors are allowed.
Marrying an American citizen does not give someone the right to stay in the country.
no depends were they came from
I believe this refers to someone who holds citizenship in two countries. So, this could be someone who is a Turkish citizen as well as an American citizen (or some other country's citizen).
They're still an illegal immigrant. Mariiage alone does not grant US citizenship to an illegal alien. The formal process of citizenship must still be completed.
Being German means that you, or someone else, is from, or has ancestors from, the European country of Germany. ___ First and foremost it means being a citizen of Germany.
Yes. When a non-citizen marries a U.S. citizen, s/he can then apply for US permanent residency. It is important to note that you cannot marry someone solely to obtain a green card as that is considered fraud (though, for the most part, it is the government's burden to show fraud, not your burden to show it isn't). A Canadian citizen married to a US citizen should have a simple time getting the required permanent residency visa, though you still must fill out the proper immigration forms and follow the rules to the letter, as NOTHING is automatic.
Someone who is already married marries another person, or someone who is not married marries two or more people at the same time.
If your sister marries someone else's brother, that brother is your brother-in-law (and you are his brother-in-law or sister-in-law), but you are not related to that someone else.
I think a good citizen is someone who ....Is proud of their countryRespectfulIs proud to be an AmericanCares for othersLoyalFollows the lawsHard working personSomeone who helps their communitySomeone who gives back to the government or even the peopleThat's my definition of a good citizen.
An American citizen is someone who was either born in the United States and/or its territories (such as Puerto Rico); or has parents who are US citizens (even if the child was born overseas, if the parents are citizens, so is their child); or is someone who legally emigrated to the United States and after living in the US for a certain amount of time (usually five years), follows the procedures for becoming what is called a "naturalized" American citizen.
Shikamaru marries someone not Temari.
No she was not. She was an English citizen because she carried a british passport and driving license. She lived in London. Her father was English. She was not American just because she married an American man. She married someone else after him as well so HA!
In Egpyt, yes. A US citizen may NEVER marry more than one person, regardless of where that occurs, and even if it is legal in that country. If you return to the United States only your first marriage will be recognized.
A person who marries multiple spouses is known as a polygamist.
Harry Potter marries Ginny Weasley, Ron Weasley marries Hermoine Granger, Draco Malfoy marries Astoria Greengrass, Bill Weasley marries Fleur Delacour, George Weasley marries Angelina Johnson, and Percy Weasley marries someone named Audrey.
You can't help someone who is not an American citizen. They have to get and hold a job in Mexico for one year. Then they can apply to come back but not before.
If you mean "American" as in someone born in the Americas, yes. If you mean "American" as in a US citizen, no; they are Mexican, unless one of their parents is American.
If your first cousin marries someone who is the aunt of your friend, you are not related to that friend as a result of that marriage.
Not all african americans are black. It just means someone who was born in one but is a citizen of the other. For example, someone who was born in Africa but is now an american citizen would be an african american. I'm not sure what others would think about this, but I would suggest you could still be considered an african american if your parents/grandparents immigrated.