Sponsoring an illegal alien has to be approved by the Immigration and Naturalization Service. There is also a lengthy process, which includes timely filing of all relevant papers and legal documents. If the illegal alien is seeking asylum, the immigration courts are involved in the process as well.
Yes they can.
If you are married than he is now legal.
Perhaps, but the mother should also be charged for harboring an illegal alien.
Yes, but you could be investigate for marriage fraud.
You have to be at least 21
Seeing a lawyer would be advisable
yes, but there would be alot of paperworks to file. and its going to be pricey.
Call Immigration office...they gonna give it to u.www.uscis.gov
An alien with no greencard or "papers" could get deported any time. Getting married or getting a divorce are things which, in and of themselves, have no baring on the aliens immigration status. If the spouse had filed a petition on the alien's behalf, the petition would no longer be valid. An immature or vindictive ex-spouse could try to make immigration trouble for the alien, but it's unlikely that they would be able to actually get the person deported.
No, there's no reason to believe Disney will resurrect Alien Encounter. They had complaints that it was too frightening for younger visitors. They converted it to a Stitch themed alien ride, and downgraded the intensity factor.
Exactly how could that be done?
Find a lawyer and file papers through the Naturalization Department.
Visit your local INS office with your papers!
My brother is a huge fan of the Alien films, and he said that if you are a fan of both the Alien and Alien v. Predator franchises, then you should definitely get the Alien-Predator Total Destruction set. However, he also said that if you are interested in a really cool collectible (that he has), you should consider seeking out the Alien Anthology limited-edition collector's box set that comes in an egg.
Basically no if the Father is an allies, he cannot stay in the country. He should process legal papers for the custody or else the custody might be given to the next of kin.
The Fifth Amendment, Due Process.
Have your boyfriend invite her to dinner so they can "talk", when she shows up, let immigration take her "home". The officers can get her to sign the papers before they leave. Problem solved.
Alien registration number is USCIS's way of tracking non-citizens in the US. This number is assigned to any person in the immigration process.
yes you can when the child turns 21 you can file for your papers
If by "alien," you mean an illegal alien, and not a creature from outer space, being a 69 year old senior and having a home do not generally exempt him. He would need proper papers, or to become a citizen in order to stay in the country legally and not risk being deported.