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US Citizens can't be deported from the US. Any alien can be deported.

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If the immigrant already lives in the country he/she is emigrating to many people use the American term "Permanent Resident"

You must then report to the police as well as the embassy of your country for help.

you can be from another country, but you must become an American citizen.

Firstly, if the person is married in an another country and has come to a particular country illegally it is surely invalid to marry the person. Another thing, if the person is a citizen of that particular country in which he has married it is his right to first take a citizen of that country in which he is going to marry and then he can marry a person another to his own country.

No. The illegal immigrant is returned to their country. The child however, is an American citizen and it is up to the parents to decide whether or not to take the child with them.

An immigrant is a person who comes from one country into another. An emmigrant leaves one country for another.

An immigrant is a person entering a country with the intention of settling in that country who is not a citizen of that country.

an immigrant is someone that comes from another country

No. An immigrant is arriving into a country from another one and an emigrant is leaving their country to go to another one. So a person can be an emigrant when they leave their own country and an immigrant when they arrive in the new country.

I believe you have to be born in America to be a citizen, or apply for citizenship. The previous answer is incorrect. If you are born in another country but your parent is an American citizen they you too are an American citizen. They just have to fill out a CRBA form or Consular Report of Birth Abroad. If you are born on a US military base that is also considered US territory.

If they're in the country legally, they should apply for US citizenship.

Your status is "married." You are still a citizen of this country. There is no special status.

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An emigrant is a person who moves from their country of origin. And an immigrant is a person who gets to another country to live in. An immigrant is a person who is moving from one country into another. An emigrant is a person exiting their current country to go to another. For example, if a person were to move from France to the US, they would be a French emigrant but and U.S. immigrant.

A US citizen cannot also be a citizen of another country.

An illegal immigrant is a person that has broken the law by entering or remaining in another country in violation of the laws of that country.

An emigrant is a person who leaves his/her country. An immigrant is a person who arrives and lives in another country

Immigrant possessions would be whatever an immigrant - a person moving from one country to another to stay - is bringing with them.

If you were born in America, you are an American citizen and therefore cannot be sent to another country.

when a illegal immigrant marries a u.s. citizen he or she becomes a u.s. citizen and does not have to return to his or her country I don't think that it's entirely true. If you don't have any papers, then you can not become a US citizen UNLESS you have a visa or greencard.

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