Yes, legal marriage in Canada is recognized in the United States. Before gay marriage was acceptable in the US, many people went to Canada to get married.
Yes. Your marriage will be recognized in the U.S.
If you are legally married in Ontario, your marriage will be recognized in most of the world including the US.
Yes, a legal marriage in any country is recognized as a legal marriage in the US. You cannot legally get married in the US if you are already married in another country. What you can do is file the marriage document in the County office. Addendum: It should be noted that, under DOMA, only marriages between one person who is legally female and one who is legally male will be recognized. The rest of us are still waiting for reciprocity.
I'm not sure how a person is 'illegal,' but if the marriage is recognized as legal in the country it was performed in, the US will recognize it as a legal marriage.
A Muslim marriage is generally recognized inside the US, as long as it is legal in the jurisdiction in which the marriage took place. A Muslim marriage is generally recognized inside the US, as long as it is legal in the jurisdiction in which the marriage took place.
If the marriage is legal in Mexico, it should be legal in the US. One exception is for same-sex marriage. If you marry someone of the same-sex in Mexico City, that marriage will not be recognized in most of the United States.
You should approach the US embassy for accurate information or just register your marriage with the Cambodia government. The marriage will be recognized by the US government.
Certainly! The US recognizes any marriage conducted legally by a recognized government.
Your marriage will be recognized if it was a legal marriage and as long as it does not violate any laws in your new home.For example:A plural marriage would not be recognized in the US where you can only be married to one person at a time.A same sex marriage would be recognized by the state of Massachusetts because the state recognizes same sex marriage. However, it would not be recognized by the federal government nor in any state that does not recognize same sex marriage.
Check the reciprocity laws between Canada and the USA. I am sure the Canadian marriage will be recognized in the USA. If one party is already married, that party would be committing bigotry if a second marriage happens while the first marriage is still legally recognized,
Marriages are recognized throughout the US. If it is legal in Arkansas, it will be legal in Mississippi.
Yes a Filipino marriage is recognized in the US. I know this as an absolute fact as my brother married to a Filipino lady in the Philippines and they reside in the US. BTW, she is a naturalized citizen now and VERY proud of it.
The United States recognizes any legal marriage performed in another country.
No under Kuwait laws you must be married in Kuwait. STATED BY AUTHOR
If you were married in a ceremony and in a manner that is legally recognized by the government of the Bahamas, then you are considered to be legally married anywhere -EXCEPT- if you are a US citizen, and your marriage violates the laws or statutues of the state in which you legally reside ("gay" marriage for instance) it is not a legally recognized.
Nope. You have to wait for that divorce to be final. Marriage is marriage from any country to any country.
My husband & I (non-US citizens) were married while travelling in the US. We were married in Lake Tahoe, Nevada and it is a legal marriage. This may vary from state to state...Nevada has pretty relaxed marriage laws. If a marriage is deemed legal under the laws of one state, then it will be recognized as legal in all other states.
Yes, it is- legal marriage carried out in any nation in the world is recognised by any other nation in the world.
Yes, it is still valid and will be recognized. You should make sure you have a copy of the documents and a certified translation.
Whether a degree from a particular institution in the US is recognized is really dependent on the receiving institution in Italy.
yes. when a marriage is commenced in any state, country, city or town it has to be respected within the U.S. as a marriage
Why would you register it? It is valid in both countries. Your marriage certificate would be recognized as valid if you needed proof.
yes of course
Proper marriage is recognized by the law, and this depends on the country. For US for example proper marriage should take place in a church ordained by a minister or Reverend. While other countries recognize court marriage.