If you are 16 and get married with a us citizen how long will it take to get a green card?
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6-7 months you'll get a permanent visa, and then after 2 years you'll go through interviews and stuff and if they believe your marriage is for real you'll get a green card.
Just because you marry a legal citizen, it does not make you a leagal citizen. When I married my husband who was a legal alien he still had to go through the same channels to become a legal US citizen and he had to be sworn in.
Answer . \nFirst, give him/her the $2,000 then marry the citizen. LOL Just a little joke! Apply for Alien Resident Status at INS (about $400). You will need to get Finger Prints for Investigation in your Country and US, Health Report from Registered INS Doctor for check of Health problems. Then… just sit and wait for further instructions from INS. ( Full Answer )
Answer . \nYes you can become a citizen but it is not automatic because you married a US citizen. You have one thing going for you - your green card.\n. \nYou have to file form N400 - Naturalization papers with the INS to become a citizen. It might take a while because since 9/11, the US has tig…htened the whole immigration process and that's good. \nSo, go to the INS home page, printoff the N400, read it carefully and thoroughly, and go from there. You might want to get some qualified help (Attorney, catholic charities, pro bono organizations for immigration, etc).\n. \nHope this helps. Answer . \nThank you for the help. i will have my girl try it out. her green cards expires in 2 years. ( Full Answer )
How long does it take for a person who has a work permit to get a green card after getting married to a US citizen?
Answer . To get a provisional green card the time period would be about a year and a normal green card would be about three years.
A permanent resident can apply for citizenship after 3 years of marriage to a US citizen. You will need to fill out form N-400 ( Naturalization) which comes with a $330 (processing fee) and a $70 Biometric (finger print & background check). If you are applying based on 5 years as a Permanent Resi…dent or 3 years as a Permanent Resident married to a U.S. citizen, you may file for naturalization up to 90 days before you meet the continuous residence requirement. For example, if you are applying based on 3 years of continuous residence as a Permanent Resident married to a U.S. citizen, you can apply any time after you have been a Permanent Resident in continuous residence for 3 years minus 90 days. You may send your application before you have met the requirement for continuous residence only. Therefore, you must still have been married to and living with your U.S.citizen spouse for 3 years before you may file your application. You must also meet all the other eligibility requirements when you file your application with USCIS. Personal Experience I married my husband 13 years ago (I am a US Citizen). He has Permanent Resident status (born in Mexico). How long would it take for him to become a citizen? What forms does he need to fill out? ( Full Answer )
How long does it take for a green card to come out when a non-citizen gets married to an American citizen?
Citizenship and Marriage Answer . \nIt varies anywhere from a few months to 2 years. The length of time for the entire process depends on the number of U.S. Citizenship applications the USCIS offices receive in each state. Additionally, making a mistake on your application can cost you even more… time. ( Full Answer )
If an illegal alien gets married to a US citizen how long would it take for the illegal alien to get his social security card and a temporary or permanent green card?
dont . you can`t first apply to the green card (i- 130) then they will answer (2 years) arter the answer you have to pick up your green card at the country your husband is originally from the they will apply the 10 year law punishment for being here illegaly after that period you will be put at …the end of the line most like 11 or 14 years, so its about 26 years if you are lucky ( Full Answer )
If a US Citizen marries an illegal immigrant how long will it take for them to get their green card?
It will take about three months for the work permit and social security number to come out, then another three months are needed for the actual green card. In other words, it will take total of 6months or even less as long as your application and the documents are correct and everything is perfectly… prepared and sent to the USCIS. It is very important that you send every document correct and flawless. Then, less than 6months is guaranteed. ( Full Answer )
You start a relationship, and then the proposal of marriage is made. You get an approval for the marriage, and then have a wedding or civil ceremony.
Answer . You don't just get a green card. You still have to apply for a visa in order to stay in the United States. . If you get married overseas there are a few different visa options. If the American citizen has been living in the foreign country for over 6 months, they can apply for an I-130… visa for their spouse through direct consular filing, and the spouse can be brought to the U.S. permanently in as little as three months. It doesn't matter how long they have been married except that there is different paperwork and processes for those who have been married for more or less than two years. I brought my foreign husband to America, however, after having only been married for a month and a half since I qualified for Direct Consular Filing.. Typically, if you do not qualify for DCF, the processing for a visa can take as long as 6 to 8 months and necessitate time apart for the fiances/spouses. ( Full Answer )
No. You do not become a US citizen by marrying one. That is for you to earn by your own abilities!
Marrying a US citizen does not automatically give a foreign national the right to permanent resident status (green card).. He or she will have to follow the prescribed procedures according to federal law, there is no way to determine how long it might take to receive permanent resident status or if… the foreign national will be granted such. ( Full Answer )
Answer . It usually takes up to 1 to 2 yrs. for the whole process
No . No. Assuming that there are no other legal impediments to your entering Canada, you could get into Canada. You could apply for permanent resident status - something you should do BEFORE you arrive in Canada. Being married to a Canadian citizen would probably be a big advantage. Getting Canad…ian citizenship is a whole other process. Before you can apply, you have to have lived in Canada for three years without interruption or, in some cases, for three of the last four years. If you meet all of the requirements, THEN you can become a Canadian citizen. Being married to a Canadian will help with that. But marrying a Canadian will NOT automatically make you a Canadian citizen. ( Full Answer )
If your application is already in process you can get waiver from joint filing with proof of marriage in good faith and divorce papers.
Well, first of all your phrasal structure is wrong. . You have to wait at least 1 to 3 years.
How long would it take for the Green card to be processed if it is sponsored by a US Citizen to his brother who is also residing in US?
Answer: It depends on the person who is handling your case. It can take between 6 months to a year.
No. If you are a green card holder for a minimum period of 5 years and above the age of 18 you need to file the immigration Form N-400 to file for citizenship processing and the process is called naturalization.
If you entered the US lawfully, the process can take as little as 6months. If you entered the US unlawfully, you will need to obtain ahardship waiver and then return to your country for an interview.If you are abroad, the process takes about one year.
If you have a green card and have lived in the US for 17 years do you become a citizen if you marry an American?
If you have a greencard, you are eligible to apply for naturalization by yourself in 5 years from the date your greencard was first issued.
They can stay here. When a green card holder marries a US citizen, he/she gets to share the benefits enjoyed by the US citizen. The US citizen can also file in for the green card holder's citizenship application.
If a Mexican citizen marries a US Citizen the Mexican citizen has a green card and is married for twelve years with a child what happens if there is a divorce?
Nothing, you only have to be married for 3 years before they can revoke a green card for such a matter. And they don't even revoke a green card just for that, they have to prove that the marriage was entered unlawfully and not for the right reasons. The government is not going to force you to stay m…arried to someone just to keep their green card active ( Full Answer )
The applicant should be 18 years and older with green card for a period of minimum 5 years continuous physical residence. Its 3 years for those who have married a US citizen and continue to do so.For persons in the US army minimum 1 year of service qualify them to apply for US citizenship.
NOPE. There is no need for a legal Green card holder to marry a USC for the sake of becoming a USC. If that person is a GC holder for 5 years and is above 18 yrs of age and maintained the required continuous residence criteria, then he/she can become a USC on his/her own.
my brother applied for my mom. since mom was in the US already (on a visitor's visa), he applied for both petition (for alien relative) and adjustment of status at the same time. if mom was not in US, he'd apply for the petition first, then adjustment of status once petition has been approved. 2 mon…ths later, he got a letter for her to go take her fingerprints (biometrics appointment). 5 months after that, he got a letter that she'd be interviewed in a couple months. so...in total, it took 9 months from the time uscis received the application, to the date of the greencard interview. but it may take 10-12 months total when mom finally receives the greencard itself in the mail.. btw, it probably helped that my brother's in the military, and that mom has lived in a US territory (effectively making her a US resident, sorta) for the past 40 years. so i really don't know if that helped speed up her application process. ( Full Answer )
If someone was married for 16 years and got divorced and she only had a green card can she still be a US citizen do to the years she was married to a US citizen they also had 3 children?
You can't be a citizen until you 1)qualify 2)take the test 3)swear the oath.\n. \nI believe having children and staying in the country means that you have already qualified. You have to now think about 2&3. Go to www.uscis.gov for the answers.
i am a us citizen i have been marry to Persian lady so how long it take for her to get citizenthrough marriage.
The US citizen spouse needs to petition using Form I-130 for green card for the alien. While its being processed the applicant needs to hold legal status or can return to home country and continue using consular processing to get green card.
Yes you can keep the green card. For any name change you should use the Form I-90 and get a replacement with new name.
Once the US citizen spouse petitions using Form I-130 for the alien spouse's green card and the priority date becomes current visa will be available for the applicant to enter US will a conditional green card valid for 2 years which using the Form I-485 status should be adjusted to permanent residen…cy 90 days before the conditional status expires. ( Full Answer )
It's so easy..I filed citizenship papers for all my family and i was a citizen in 7 months. You just got to make sure you got the right info and file all needed paperwork. No real need to do it thru a lawyer si nce they will definetly over charge you. i have since then filed several petitions and mo…st of them have been done efficiently . ( Full Answer )
The process to get green card can be through marriage,employment or through relative and should be petitioned for by the US citizen or green card holder spouse, employer or US citizen relative or green card holder in US respectively. Depending on the availability of the visas under the category you …apply the time period to get a green card changes. ( Full Answer )
This depends on the marriage laws of the jurisdiction in which you are married. First, you must obtain a marriage license. In some U.S. states, you must then wait a prescribed number of days, in other U.S. states, the marriage can be performed the very same day. As soon as the completed marriage lic…ense is filed with the appropriate town/city/county clerk by the marriage officiant (i.e., clergy or judge), the marriage becomes official. Citizenship does not alter the length of time that this process takes. It takes the same amount of time whether your spouse is a U.S. citizen or not. ( Full Answer )
Anyone can marry a US citizen, green card or not. The marriage does not automatically give any special privileges to the newly married person. The US citizen can petition for you to be permitted to apply for residency, etc. It is not necessary to be a green card holder to marry a US Citizen. It is… important to stay in the US legally with proper immigration papers in order to marry a US citizen. ( Full Answer )
Maybe, you will need an approved I-601 before the USCIS officercould adjudicade your I-485 ( green card petition)
Yes, there is no probem if the Indian has no criminal probems and all the documents are OK. But it does take time. Good luck
After 3 years of successful marriage you can apply for US citizenship provided you have continuous physical presence to meet residential requirement for naturalization.
Someone with a green card is a legal resident, it will be about the same requirements as for US citizen to get a marriage license, check with your county clerk if you have any doubt over this matter.
Individuals who obtain a Green Card through marriage to a U.S. Citizen are granted "Conditional" Green Card status when they enter US just after marriage, which is only valid for two years. Individuals who have been granted Conditional Green Card Status are required to apply to remove the Conditions… on their Green Card within 90 days of the date that their Conditional Permanent Resident status expires that is before second wedding anniversary and they are still married. After conditions are removed the applicant is issued a green card valid for 10 years. ( Full Answer )
This may not be possible at all. There is a penalty if you enter the US illegally. If there was ILLEGAL entry, then it would take a trip to the U.S. embassy/consulate in that person's native country and have a successful I-601 waiver. These are hard to win, but if it is approved, then it would be ab…out 18+ months before the person can enter as a permanent residency. If the waiver is denied, then the person cannot enter the U.S. for 10 years- however, it is highly unlikely that such a person would be granted a visa in the future, making it a permanent ban. ( Full Answer )
What happens if you marry a us citizen and get divorced and remarried before you have your green card?
The sequence of action would be: 1.Get the divorce papers ready. 2.Get the marriage certificate ready. 3. Apply through the new spouse for green card all over again.
Yes.The home country is not an issue to get US green card provided the home country government has no issues. Individuals who obtain a Green Card through marriage to a U.S. Citizen are granted "Conditional" Green Card status, which is only valid for two years. Individuals who have been granted Co…nditional Green Card Status are required to apply to remove the Conditions on their Green Card within 90 days of the date that their Conditional Permanent Resident status expires.After conditions are removed the applicant is issued a green card valid for 10 years.If married to U.S. Citizen you may apply after 3 years with valid green card for US citizenship. ( Full Answer )
An international who is married to a US citizen can get his/her green card in the following manner. The US citizen should file in Form I -130 to sponsor the spouse. The Spouse should then file in form I-485 to adjust the status to that of a lawful permanent resident.
Quite a million dollar question with so many petition pending for approval. Depending on the availability, eligibility and preference the visa is issued. The time period for the whole process from petitioning, approval and visa issue can take anytime to even 10 years. So its always important under w…hich category you apply for green card to lessen the wait time. ( Full Answer )
Of course Yes!! Getting a Green card by marrying a US citizen is the most easiest ways of becoming a PR. After marrying a USC the dependent will be issued a conditional green card which is valid for 2 yrs. The conditional green card holder should apply to remove the conditions on the card and adjust… the status to that of a permanent resident before the expiry of the card. Application Process: . File in form I-751 jointly with the USC spouse, if you are still married to that spouse. . Submit the form along with all the needed proof before 90 days of the Second wedding anniversary . Pay the filing fee of $505 + $85 ( biometrics) ( Full Answer )
If the marriage was purely for the purpose of obtaining a Green card and if the USCIS comes to know of it, then the Green card will be revoked. The person will get to lose the legal permanent resident status.
Yes 19 year old US citizen can petition for spouse. If you are a U.S. Citizen, and your spouse lives in the U.S. legally, then you can submit Form I-130 and Form I-485 at the same time. This is generally the fastest way to apply for a Green Card. If you are a Legal Permanent Resident, or your spouse… lives outside the U.S., then you must wait for the Form I-130 to be approved before moving on to the next step in the process. ( Full Answer )
11 months The Married children of U.S. citizens are third preference to get green card when sponsored by US citizen. First preference for spouses and children below 21 years of age and second preference for unmarried adult children age 21 years and above.Lastly siblings have the fourth preferen…ce.The wait time for first preference applicants is 7 years, its eight for second preference applicants, ten years for third preference applicants and eleven years for fourth preference applicants. ( Full Answer )
If either of the spouse is a US citizen and another is an alien, once they get married the alien is given the conditional status which is valid for 2 years. 90 days or less before the conditional status expires the US citizen needs to file to remove the conditions using Form I-751 for the alien spou…se to get permanent resident status or green card. After three years as a green card holder and if still married the person can apply for US citizenship through US citizen spouse by filing Form N-400. ( Full Answer )