Decisions concerning deportation are made by the USCIS as it pertains to Immigration laws and guidelines. Even so, the person is allowed to appeal deportation through due process, regardless of the fact they do not have citizenship status. It is not an action that can be requested or imposed by an individual including a spouse.
The U.S. grants a married immigrant conditional permanent residence status for two years. At the time of the divorce if the two years has not past the spouse is deported after the divorce proceedings.
yes he can still get married
yes, my ex-husband is going through this with his wife, they have 2 small children and have been married for almost 7 years. She is being deported around the first of the year.
Can an illegal alien who was deported and barred for ten years come back sooner by marrying an us citizen?
You certainly can get married. The marriage does not change their visa status and they could be deported. And have to wait for several years before trying to get a green card.
Once a person has been deported for drug charges, it is going to be very hard to get back into the United States. You may want to live in the country that you are now living.
Nope there is no way!!MAybe in 10 years
First, When the INS catches the illegal alien, they WILL be deported. After paying a $1,000 fine, and waiting 3 to 5 years, the alien may then apply for a marriage visa, a green card, and citizenship in the US at the Embassy in his native Country. If the US Embassy determines that the alien had made illegal entry into the US "for the sole purpose of marrying to obtain citizenship" the applications will be refused. Also note that in the US most states now require proof of citizenship when applying for a marriage license.
They can certainly get married. There is normally no requirement to prove citizenship to obtain a marriage license. It does not mean they won't get deported or that they automatically get citizenship.
Yes, if the person has never been deported & has been in the country for less than 6 months (or perhaps a year). However, if the person has been deported they must reside out of the country for 10 years. There are very few successful cases appealing the 10 year out-of-country penalty.
You can, but it wouldn't be advisable. The illegal alien can be deported at any time. It may even be impossible for them to get back to the US.
It depends on why a person gets deported and how many times they were deported. An Aggravated Felon can never return to the U.S. An illegal alien, with no criminal record, who was deported is inelgible to receive a visa for a set amount of time, either 5, 10, or 20 years. This can be overcome by applying for a waiver from the Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. In most cases, someone with family ties in the U.S. can apply for and receive a waiver of some sort to return legally.
No. Marrying a US citizen does not make someone a US citizen.
I married a immigrant and we are in the process of a divorce. We have been married 5 years. Is my spouse entitled to any thing? Will she be deported when the divorce is final?
It may be possible, but it can take a while. He will have to apply for a visa from his own country.
The Alien act changed the time for immigrants to become a citizen from 5 to 14 years. When the Sedition act allowed immigrants to be arrested or even deported it they were suspected to be causing trouble.
How do I divorce my husband who was departed to Mexico 2 years ago.
The ins is deporting people from Oregon who were not married and who were married as an illegal alien even after 40 years. They should talk to a imagration lawyer right away. If they find she is illegal she will be deported possible asap. the same day. It happened to my brother and his Canadian wife. They were in salt lake Utah. the next thing he knew she was in a holding tank in California. it was a night mare.
I would consult an immigration attorney. It is illegal for someone to get married for the sole purpose of gaining US citizenship. If you have been married less than two years there is a good chance that the person could be deported if the marriage is dissolved.
The only way you can prove someone married for citizenship is by knowing facts personally. My boyfriend married a woman when we were not together and then him and I had a child together. I did not find out until after the child that he was married. He and I had been on and off in relationship to one another for several years. I was angered and knew many facts and wanted to get the woman deported.
Yes why not! Once they are married and prove that it was in good faith, the alien could adjust status to get green card after being petitioned by the American citizen spouse. And once they are into 3 years of successful marriage the alien could apply for US citizenship.