In the appropriate court in the state or province where they now reside.
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Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
no, he needs to get a 3 year stay
They will become an American citizen
no they do not the Mexican instead becomes an American citizen
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.
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I believe the spousal support decision by the court in the divorce decree would take precedence here .
No. citizenship has to do with where you were born, and where your parents were born. It has nothing to do with marriage.
the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child.
if ur in an American military base u r basicly not in Germany.
Not automatically. They have to apply for a green card and then apply for Naturalization.
No, but the Russian may be able to get a green card but might be required to go back home during the paperwork phase.
Any questions you have you should refer them to the Canada CIC. It is not impossible for the Canadian to sponsor you if he/she filed for bankruptcy but it does make it more difficult. Mainly they have to be able to AFFORD to take care of you once youre in Canada. But refer to the CIC. Google it. Canada CIC for all info. Good luck
No. When you are born an American you are always an American unless you decide to take the citizenship of another country.
No You would have to apply for citizenship just like the other person would have to apply to become a US citizen.
He has the right to divorce and to an equitable share of the marital estate, and has equal right to petition the court for custody of the child.
Depends on where you got married and under what terms
There is no "quick" proccess. Check out the INS' website for information on how to get started. They have millions of immigrants to deal with. It is a slow, expensive, and sometimes agonizing process.
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.
There is no law that states that, however, there is ways for an immigrant and their US citizen spouse to apply for a green card for permanent residency but only upon your petition being approved. The only people that automatically become US citizens are children who are born in the US regardless of parent's nationalities.