If an illegal immigrant marries a woman who has legal status and they have a child will the father then have legal status?
No, marrying a US citizen or a permanent resident does not grant the illegal immigrant legal status regardless of whether there is a child involved or not.
No rights gained, save for the ability to legalize your residency status if the immigrant entered the country LEGALLY.
Marriage is for life. It is illegal to marry an illegal immigrant to change their immigration status.
Yes. His immigration status bear no significance when it comes to parental rights.
Yes, a person can marry an illegal immigrant, but that doesnt mean that it will lead to the immigrant getting legal status.
An illegal immigrant would not gain legal status by marrying a felon because of a felon is not recognized as a citizen of his or her country and it is the same with the illegal immigrant he or she is not recognized as a legal immigrant. If such a union exist then there would be severe penaltiies for both couple,a deportation and even more years in prison An illegal immigrant would not gain legal status… Read More
Unless you can attain refugee or asylum status, it is impossible for an illegal immigrant to attain citizenship with current U.S. laws.
If the 17 year old has parental permission. Note that will not change the status of the illegal immigrant, who can still be deported.
One illegal immigrant is able to marry another in the United States. However, it does not change the immigration status and actually could lead to deportation because of the paperwork filed with the state.
Yes you CAN marry, but that will NOT give him LEGAL status.
What will happen if a legal immigrant marries a US citizen and divorces before filing for citizenship?
Answer 1: Nothing. He/she will still be a legal immigrant. Answer 2: The above is true, if the status of "legal immigrant" was not dependent on the marriage, or his sponsorship. The immigrant concerned should seek advice from an attorney trained in these matters, or an immigrant aid group.
Yes, it is illegal to marry for money to allow someone to obtain citizenship status.
Yes, but ability to marry has nothing to do with immigration status.
Yes. Immigrant status has no bearing when it comes to paternal rights.
NO, you have to have 2 forms of identification, and if you are illegal you are not getting one anyway. The Answer no is not truly correct. There is a couple of ways an individual could get a SS Card while being Illegal immigrant status. I personally know of a person who has one because he came to visit his father before his 18 birthday and his father had one issued to him so that… Read More
Yes you can- but remember that the ability to marry an illegal is SEPARATE from whether or not that illegal will ultimately be able to get legal status due to that marriage.
if u married an illegal alien u dont have a status so to speak, but u need to get him a green card, or he will get deported and whoever is married to him will have 15 yrs to life in jail for housing illegal aliens
You cannot refinance a mortgage if you don't already have a mortgage, so how did you get a mortgage if you are an illegal immigrant with no social security number? You should attain legal status first.
If a US citizen is married to an illegal immigrant and they have 2 us born children can the father obtain legal status or is he subject to deportation and would the children effect the decision?
That depends- is the father the illegal immigrant or is he the US citizen? If so, he would have to leave the U.S. And no, the children have no effect on the decision. Answer The US citizen needs to find out the steps to get the spouse legal. If s/he is deported, it will seriously affect the family. Having US children does not change his status. Like all things, facing the problem and working on… Read More
your best bet would be to ask the department of immigration and naturalization
Can illegal immigrant mother living in Arizona collect child support from US citizen father with joint custody?
Yes if she is entitled to child support after all of the calculations are done. Immigration status has no bearing on child support.
Yes if the citizen is the biological father of the minor child. The status of the foreign national person is not relevant when the issue is child support. However, the undocumented immigrant will be required to report their status to USCIS and follow the procedures that are required by U.S. immigration laws. A person who is within the jurisdiction of the U.S. is, regardless of the situation may be subject to deportation and/or imprisonment.
Can a illegal alien get help with her pregnancy in a way that it wont affect her status to become a us citizen?
Yes, but why ask? Is your wife a pregnant illegal alien immigrant?
Why a Peruvian illegal young 25 year old immigrant would not go on a honeymoon with his wife after they got married?
He wouldn't want to leave the country and have his papers checked, he might not be allowed back. And marriage does not change the status of an illegal immigrant.
Can an illegal immigrant become a citizen of the U.S. if their business makes more than ten thousand dollars a month?
No, an illegal immigrant could never change status to a citizen, he would have to become a legal permanent resident first (LPR). But in any case, just making $10k/month wont allow an illegal immigrant to become a LPR
No, marriage to a US citizen does not mean the foreign national will be granted permanent residency or citizenship status.
What custodial rights does an illegal immigrant father have to a child born out of wedlock with a US citizen and is not on the birth certificate?
Immigration status has no influence on parental rights but you have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test to get them. Then you can also petition to sign the birth certificate.
An immigrant who is unlawfully within the US is not eligible for permanent residence status (green card).
An immigrant who is unlawfully within the US is not eligible for permanent residence status (green card).
The immigrant's status might come into play. Legal? Undocumented (illegal)?
Your husband is living with an illegal immigrant but she married somebody else to get permanent status what should you do?
If the immigrant married a US citizen, then that's a done deal and she is no longer illegal. It sounds like you need to take care of your own affairs, starting with divorce proceedings.
An illegal immigrant can get a drivers license in certain states. The states that allow immigrants to get a drivers license regardless of their status are California, Nevada, Washington, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Illinois, Maryland, Rhode Island, and Vermont. Washington D.C. and Puerto Rico also do not consider immigration status when issuing drivers licenses.
No, the aforementioned is still an illegal alien and may face deportation soon the INS or the police finds out.
Yes, the marriage is valid. However, it doesn't change their status and they can still be deported.
Are the consequences different if an illegal immigrant voluntarily surrenders to immigration officials rather than waiting until they are caught?
Regardless of how the illegal immigrant is taken into custody he or she would still be subject to deportation if they did not qualify for refugee or asylee status or the case was not one of mitigating circumstances.
If an illegal immigrant dies in the United States what happens to any property heshe might own - for example if heshe had written a will would the will control?
Yes, a will is a will regardless of wether the person was a legal or illegal immigrant. As long as it was executed according the the laws of the state it is being probated in and the will is allowed by the court, their immigrant status should not matter.
I doubt an illegal alien could even join the military, let alone get a green card. A illegal immigrant could not become a member of the US military, nor can an illegal immigrant obtain legal status under the current immigration laws. All foreign nationals who are unlawfully present within the US are subject to deportation when taken into custody by immigration authorities. Exceptions are made in individual cases, if the immigrant qualifies as an asylee… Read More
If born in the United States the baby will be a legal citizen, the immigrants status will not change.
it is not illegal to be pregnant on a tourist visa and they will learn the hard way it wil not change their immigration status if that is what they are after.
No its impossible for them to attain resident status unless trough a blood relative.
Can an illegal immigrant be deported if he has a child who is a us citizen with a woman who is also a us citizen?
Yes, if his status is brought to the attention of the immigration authorities.
Firstly, the person has to gain Canadian Immigration resident status, and their having been an illegal in the USA will NOT be in their favour. Secondly, the USA is under no obligation to allow entry to someone who was previously illegal in the USA, regardless of their Immigration status in Canada. Your legal or non-legal status in another country has no bearing on your immig. status in the US.
If we are talking about a modern country it is possible but difficult. Even not being an illegal immigrant it can be difficult to get legal dependency status. The reason being is that the country that you are trying to will try to prove that you are not marrying for the reason of getting citizenship. You will have to make an convincing argument. Also you cannot have a criminal record, so if you are caught… Read More
Anybody can marry a US citizen, provided that they have a valid and legal immigrant status in the US. If not, then they may have to face unnecessary deportation and other problems when reapplying to enter the US. An illegal alien does NOT attain US citizenship simply by virtue of a marriage ceremony. An immigrant with a legal status can very well marry a US citizen and get to enjoy the benefits.
If a United States Citizen marries in the United States in January 2009 to an immigrant from the Philippines is she now considered to be a United States Citizen?
No, she is not. She will be allowed to remain in the US with her spouse and children, but she will have to apply for citizenship separate from her marriage. The US citizen REMAINS a US citizen. The immigrant remains an immigrant and must follow the legal path to resident immigrant status, and from there to citizenship. Marriage is not a free pass to residency or citizenship.
What custodial rights does an illegal immigrant mother have to a child out of wedlock with a US Citizen?
Immigrant status play no part when it comes to parental rights so she has the same rights as every US single mother which means she has full custody and is the legal guardian of the child since birth. The father have to prove paternity by DNA and can then petition for shared custody, visitation and pay child support.
No. If police get called, you go to jail. Criminal law does not depend on the nationality or the status of the victim.
yes if you are born in the U S you are a citizen no matter what what your parent status is at the time of your birth.
If you are a man who has married and illegal Mexican and had children what happens when you get divorced?
You're children are legal citizens, and your ex-spouse may apply for immigrant status.
If the illegal immigrant has, at least, a drivers license, passport, visa, or other identifying documents he or she may legally marry in the majority of U.S. states. He or she is still required to follow the laws of the state in which the marriage will occur. However, the immigrant does not automatically receive permanent residence status (green card) and is still subject to deportation procedures.
yes, specially if you are illegal and living in the US. They will not ask you your "status". you may have a little trouble collecting or getting it ordered if outside the US.