If father and child an US citizen and illegal mother is deported What happen to the child?
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child.
What can happen to the immigration status of an illegal if a female American citizen has a baby with an illegal immigrant?
I'm no expert on immigration law, but I do believe it is good grounds for citizenship, but there's always a chance he'll get deported. the child is a legal U.S. citizen
Yes. Two things might happen, either the parent will be deported with the child also being deported (with the ability to return when they are adult) or else the ICE (INS) will grant leave for the parent to remain until the child is 18.
Your kids father is a citizen of barbados he was deported from us 10 years ago can he come back to the states and how does this happen?
he can go back to the states he just needs a valid passport and he might not need the citizenship
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.
the child is a natural born citizen and a full citizen of the US
If an undocumented (illegal) immigrant is married to a U.S. citizen, then they are a U.S. citizen. So their divorce from another U.S. citizen won't affect the status of their child at all.
I got married to a man from El Salvador, and he just got deported. They didn't do nothing to me.
What could happen to a US citizen that is married to an illegal immmigrant if the immigrant spouse is deported?
If the marriage is legitimate the citizen spouse will not encounter any problems with authorities. If the foreign national spouse was not permanently deported, the citizen spouse can apply for his or her reentry once the imposed time limit has expired. If the marriage is found to be one of 'convenience' the sole purpose being to enable the immigrant spouse to obtain permanent residency and citizenship, the citizen spouse can be found charged with committing… Read More
If a person enters the country illegally with the intention of receiving asylum but is denied then marries a US citizen what will happen when applying for the residency through marriage?
Once you are officially married to an American citizen, you can not be deported from the country, unless you engage in a criminal offense.
If an illegal immigrant is caught in America, there can be serious consequences. Most likely, the person will be kept in a detention center until they can be deported back to their home country.
If they're lucky. Otherwise, they'll get a neat vacation at government expense at the Greybar Hotel. Deportation can NOT happen to a citizen, only an alien.
I would advise that they return home and attempt to seek immigration to the US through the legal alien immigration office and allow their alien ambassador to get them an alien American greencard. The non citizen spouse will be allowed to file for an adjustment of status. If it is not granted the non citizen spouse will still be allowed to use the established appeal process, he or she WILL NOT be automatically deported.
Your marriage ill be investigated when you apply for citizen ship, and if they find that you just married for citizenship, you will get deported and your spouse ill go to jail.
What will happen if an illegal immigrant marry a us citizen and divorce before filing for a permanent residence?
The US citizen may cancel the I-130 petition, and the illegal will not be given permanent residency. If the immigrant entered illegally into the country, then it doesnt matter because marriage to a US citizen CANNOT help make the immigrant legal.
If you are a citizen then you shouldn't be deported, but with the Homeland security laws that were passed after 9-11 that may no longer be true. I do know that Bush made the claim that all citizens were "enemy combatant's" and that our civil rights could be taken from us with a charge like that. All they had to do is pick us up, stuff us in a van, and we would be taken… Read More
No................. The only way they can become a US citizen would be to go back to their home country and then apply for a fiance visa, and then you have to go through all kinds of forms to make it happen. It is pretty well cut and dried here, once an illegal, always an illegal, unless you go through the proper channels. Go to USCIS.gov
If you marry an illegal citizen and you are an American citizen do you have to live together if you have an alternative lifestyle?
First, there's no such thing as an illegal citizen. Second, there's no such thing as an alternative lifestyle. But if you are asking if a marriage between a gay person and an illegal immigrant of the opposite sex would be valid if it is not consummated, that depends upon the laws of the state where the marriage took place. If the marriage was made with the intent for the illegal alien to gain citizenship or… Read More
If an illegal alien and a US citizen are not married and have a baby born in the US would both have custody rights?
well If the Soldier was the father, the alien would technically have the rights, But if the soldier was female, she would have the right of custody. But if this did happen, im sure that Area 51 would have complete custody. lol
What will happen if an alien with a waver visa marries a permanent resident in USA and then stays as an illegal?
The resident would need to wait until becoming a US citizen until filing for residency for the illegal alien spouse.
If an illegal alien and a us citizen are married but didn't file his permanent residency yet what's going to happen to the illegal alien spouse?
The rules change all the time and are not always applied equally to all illegal immigrants. The worst case is that the immigrant would be arrested, charged with a crime, and deported immediately. Best case, the immigration people would schedule a hearing and release the immigrant on his own recognizance with a promise to appear later. During the wait time, he could file appeals, request sanctuary, or simply complete necessary applications. Most cases are somewhere… Read More
They will be deported
If an illegal alien has a felony but is paying for it with doing time and paying money and gets married to a US Citizen what could happen and can he ever be able to be here legally?
You must be aware that many times a felon will be deported after serving his time. I would seek professional counsel and apply for permanent residency if already married ASAP. thus if your time is longer than 3 years you can apply for citizenship. It is an uphill battle but get your papers in order ASAP.
If im illegal and married to an American citizen we want divorce and have kids together what is going to happen to me?
u can be kicked out of the country and or be put into jail and never be able to return to the us
If you are in the country illegally you will most likely get deported.
they get redeported
d baby is a citizen of UK no dout about dat (won ri unkan se si ye)nothing to do about dat men
Probably nothing remarkably different. More illegal aliens will be probably be deported ; I don't know how many are poor. The president can only do so much with executive orders. Most government dealings with the poor are controlled by Congress.
Once you have citizenship within the United States, you are not going to be deported. If something were to happen or say your Visa ran out (if that is what you are on), you could be deported back to your home country.
Your us visa had been revoked n you entered us illegally are you eligible to marry us citizen n change your status?
1) it was revoked, you should've returned to your country to avoid getting in trouble with the United States government--which can happen now that you're illegal. 2) it is wrong to marry someone for the sole reason of citizenship. And, many places won't wed an illegal to a legal citizen anyway. 3) If you do marry a legal citizen, your status won't change. You have to apply for U.S. citizenship, which will take long because… Read More
What might happen to minor children who are US citizens if their father is convicted of a criminal felony and deported?
They could be placed in the custody of relatives who are legal US residents or made "wards of the court" and placed in a foster or group home in the state where they now reside.
If the father of a child is illegal in the states and owes for child support what will happen to him if he don't want to pay me?
I would turn him in to INS and have him taken to court for child support
he will stay American citizen....he has to apply to become a Canadian citizen or his wife has to apply for him and will have to tell the court that she has married him
Nothing will happen to you .. unless your in the illegal marriage, or somehow aided in the marriage fraud.
If you married a US citizen but the marriage is not working out and you want a divorce but you are still waiting for your green card what will happen to you?
As long as you are legally married to a US citizen, you are a citizen. it doesn't matter if you get divorced or not. YOU ARE A CITIZEN!
What will happen if a US citizen is caught marrying an immigrant just so they will get a green card?
In 1986 Congress passed the Immigration Marriage Fraud Amendment. This act sets the penalties imposed on persons who enter into fraudlent marriages to obtain resident status for a foreign national. Both parties can be charged with a federal felony which carries a 2-5 year federal prison sentence and a maximum of $250,000 fine. After serving the imposed sentence the foreign national will be permanently deported and the U.S. citizen will have a record of a… Read More
Can a us citizen female marry a illegal Mexican at the age of 16 and you bothe are in love can he become a us citizen and how?
No, that will probably never happen. First unless I missed something, or state laws are different, you have to be 18 to get married. Second if he is illegally here, there is a good chance that he is never going to be legal......ever.... On a more factual note, it takes three(3) years of being married to a U.S. Citizen to become a Citizen, and five(5) years with out. Side note, there is a reason people… Read More
His father was murdered
Could an illegal immigrant who married a US citizen be deported if he files the i-485 and the INS sees he's illegal?
It depends on how the immigrant entered the U.S. If they entered legally, then no they do not have to leave the country. However, if they entered ilegally, they would have to their country of origin. What will happen here: Since you filed an i-485, I imagine that you have a lawyer (stupid not to have one). After a couple of packets, you will receive a visa, and an appointment with the immigration in your… Read More
If you give up your rights as a parent what will happen to you as the father What will happen about back child support?
what is going to happen when i give up my right as a father? will i still have to pay child support?
If your question here is "Can a legal immigrant get married to an U.S. citizen," then the answer is yes. In fact, I happen to have a very close family friend who is not an U.S. citizen and is married to one.
It is bigomy, and if is illegal. You would be arrested, and your marriages would be deamed invalid. Also, you other "wives" from a different country would be illegal immigrants and would be shipped back to where they came from. If you seriously want to be a polygamist, I would suggest leaving the US and not coming back. That's the only way to avoid the consequences here.
Nothing, having a child with an illegal alien is not a crime.
Opium is actually illegal in Singapore. As to what would happen, if we look at Singapore today, there is not much impact actually. Lives still carry on as normal.
What would happen if husband living in the state of Florida is deported and the couple has one child and properties mortgage is in wife's name only and warranty deed is in both husband and wife's name?
The child would remain in the wife's custody if she is not deported or is a US citizen. All legal documents would remain "as is" until or unless the husband agrees to have his name removed. However, it would be complicated if he is out of the country. And yet, with his name on the documents. he would remain liable for payments, too. The wife would also remain liable for payments. This could lead to… Read More
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
If an alien has a temporary green card through marriage and files for divorce before their interview with INS since they cant prove they have been living together what will happen?
they will be deported
Henry Tang illegal basement controversy happened in 2012-02.
A US citizen can marry a non citizen on tourist visa provided the marriage is genuine and the alien didn't enter US with the sole intent of marrying and settling in US thus committing a visa fraud. So its important : for the marriage to happen in good faith. tourist should not hastily marry within 60 days of arrival in US or more dangerously within 30 days in US(30/60 rule) tourist coming to US with… Read More
You can get arrested
People want or need the money