If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his US citizen father is deceased?
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If an illegal immigrant mother is deported what happens to her citizen child if his father is a us citizen and they were unwed?
the child goes to the father
The same thing that would happen to a citizen, the person will be taken into custody by authorities and jailed in a local and/or state and/or federal facility. The difference between the citizen and the immigrant obviously would be that after the unlawfully present immigrant has served the imposed sentence(s) he or she will be deported and permanently barred from entering the U.S.
they get deported back to thecountry they came from
They are deported back to their home country.
Basically One is sent home and there may or may not be banned for a time to enter the coutnry of which they were deported.
You must then report to the police as well as the embassy of your country for help.
They will be arrested, charged, jailed, held for ICE and possibly deported.
If the child is a legal citizen they go to the closest legal relative, if there is no one to take the child they go into foster care. If the child is not a legal citizen they will be deported with the parent. If the child is a legal citizen and they aren't registered in school they can be deported with the parent as well.
What happens to the children if the mother is deceased and the father is in jail and is getting deported?
Same as if he was not in jail or being deported. If they are not together, the children go to her family or foster care.
depend on the situation
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.
If you are an illegal immigrant and you get arrested, then you will be deported out of the country. Based on your criminal history, you may be given a ban for a particular number of years, during which you will not be able to procure any visa to enter the country. It is always difficult to get an entry ticket to the country once you have been banned from it and deported.
nothing she tills has to become a citizen
If you are convicted of a crime while in the country illegally, you would be deported and then not allowed to apply for naturalization.
Well the baby is a U.S. Citizen and since the baby is a U.S. Citizen, in time the "illegal immigrant" may be able to get a green card and first of all an illegal immigrant isn't illegal if they have a visa, except if they were living and working in the U.S on a tourist visa,
The child is automatically a U.S. citizen. I am a U.S. citizen and my husband is an illegal Mexican alien and we have two kids. Our children are U.S. citizens. As long as a chid is born in the U.S. they are citizens.
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.
ICE is notified - the subject is taken into custody and then deported back to their country of origin. _______ or - they can get free medical treatment, drive a car without a license and have a lot of privileges that we citizens must pay for.
He/She needs to see a judge at San Francisco court before he gets deported. If He/She docent has a major crime, the immigrants will have a too pay a fine about $1,500 to $2,000 the judge wont accept Cash,checks or Credit Card only money order BUT HE/SHE will have a TIME to bring the money if not he will get deported.
An American citizen has the right to petition for green card for relatives. Once they are married and have their papers ready the US citizen can petition for spouse's green card. Subsequently the kid can also become US citizen or green card depending on the support papers which can be shown for either of them. During the stay in US its very important for immigrant to have papers for a legal and authorized stay in… Read More
Any child born on U.S. soil is a natural citizen of the U.S. The mother/father does not attain citizenship merely because of the birth. If they were illegally in the U.S. at the time of the birth, they are still considered "Illegal" and are subject to deportation. Answer If the child is born in America, he or she is legally an American citizen. If the parent is deported, the child has to have a financial… Read More
What happens when you are an American citizen and your spouse is deported what happens to the marriage?
You're still married. If you want a divorce you could file for divorce, but if you still want to make him legal then you'd have to go through the regular procedures. Talk to either an immigration lawyer or a divorce lawyer.
That is illegal and if you are caught you could be deported. Also, if you entered US illegally, you can not obtain US Green Card according to the current immigration law, even if you married a US Citizen.
If a UK citizen has been deported for a conviction for theft in the US what happens to him when he arrives in the UK he has not been in the UK for over 46 years In US legally but UK passport stolen.?
If your passport has been stolen, you won't be able to travel.
If convicted of an offence, the immigrants may either be deported or jailed and then deported.
They probably get deported!
Assuming youre a UK citizen, you are no longer eligible for the Visa Waiver Program and would require a visa to visit the US. Moreover, the deportation record would make it difficult for you to get said visa, or even get residency in the US based on a marriage to a US citizen. If youre happy with never visiting the US, you should be fine.
If the government is trippy, you will get deported.
Ju get deported
The child can go with the parents.
Divorce and Immigration If the immigrant has became a US permanent resident under PR1 then they retain that status after divorce. If the immigrant is under CR status (conditional resident status) They need to file adjustment of status to impermanent residence before the date of their immigration card. The spouse divorcing the CR1 resident could hire a lawyer and submit paperwork to their local USCIS office in cases where they were proven faithlessness from the… Read More
you get cachado
What happens if you are married to a US citizen but overstayed your tourist visa and lost your I-94?
If you are married to a US citizen but your tourist visa is expired and you lost your I-94, you should immediately apply for a new visa or return to your country. Your I-94 is filed electronically, and you can get a new copy from the Department of Homeland Security. If you don't take action yourself, you may end up being deported and not allowed to return.
Since marriage to a US citizen confers US citizenship upon the spouse, it is not clear how your spouse is an illegal immigrant unless you are also an illegal immigrant (not that you actually said that either of you are living in the US, but that seems to be the most likely interpretation). I also don't know why you are abandoning your spouse instead of getting a divorce. Nothing will necessarily happen; it depends upon… Read More
There are only 2 choices: 1) take the baby with you to your home country or 2) surrender the baby to authorities. Most illegals make a big stink when they are about to be deported, claiming that they would rather give up the baby before taking the child with them; but most of them do take the child with them. The notion that an anchor baby can prevent the mother's/father's deportation is a myth.
You will be deported back to Europe
Defilely they'll be deported it
In some states the money will go the estate of the deceased winner.
Send them back to there own country
They live happily ever after.
# # they go to jail. and # THEY GO TO JAIL!
You might get in big trouble. HUGE TROUBLE
wife gets it
you get deported and arrested for immigration then everyone laughs at you like we did to elando
she gets sent back to were she is from if she doesn't have green papers.
They should have checked it properly. It is still illegal.
There are many people who can marry a US citizen. Marriage to a US citizen happens with many other US citizens.
if a kid is born from a us citizen then they are a us citizen