I married an illegal alien in May of 2006 and he was required to return to his birth country to attend and interview. You may do all the paper work here but from what i understand from my experience is they do have to return to their birth country and receive permission to return.
u can be kicked out of the country and or be put into jail and never be able to return to the us
Best bet would be to return to your fiances country of origin, get married there, then apply for a visa based their newly married status.
You can find the countries where polygamy is legal in the link below. However, you must relocate. If you are not from that country and just go there to get married it will not be legal if you return to a country where plural marriage is illegal. In Western cultures you can only be married to one person at a time. The single exception if Saskatchewan.
Turn themselves in to the authorities of the country they're in. That agency will deport them back to their country.
You can't, unless u want him to be kicked out of the country. he can return to the country, and you get married there. Then you file a whole bunch of forms for him to get here, as if he didn't do the illegal immigration in the first place. It will take a long time.
That law has NEVER changed. Not having to leave the country applies ONLY to those who although currently "illegal", entered the US LEGALLY. If a person entered the US ILLEGALLY, the ONLY way to become legal through marriage to a US citizen is to return to the original country and apply for, and get, a waiver. It is IMPOSSIBLE to get this type of waiver in the US for those with illegal entry.
Return to their home country and apply for a visa.
Not a lot. She can still be deported - and separated from her child if the father / government chooses. Either get yourself married or gather up your child and return to your native country.
No, that is what they say, but I've been married twice to illegal aliens and both received their residency while living here in the US! They can't leave without getting a re-entry visa FIRST though!
It will not be cheap. Among other things, they are going to have to return to their home country and apply for a legal visa.
If you are illegally residing in the US, your chances of getting deported are very certain, even if you marry an American Citizen. You will not be able to change your status nor obtain green card, citizenship through your marriage as your status is illegal. If the Immigration authorities find out the illegal stay it will lead to immediate deportation. You will have to return back to your country,then apply to enter the US legally. This will be delayed because of your illegal stay.
Yes, but the illegal immigrant must seek a lawyer to help them become a citizen. The illegal may even have to return to their native country and await citzenship rights to the U.S. but just because an illegal marries a citizen does not give them a free pass. It may however, speed up the process.
You cannot get a greencard if you are illegal. You will have to leave the US and return to your native country and apply for a visa. You will be barred from entering the US for 10 years since you are here illegally. If you entered the US as a child and were unaware of your illegal entry at that time, you are expected to return to your native country when you turn 18 and then apply for legal entry to the US.
Yes, it doesn't matter.
The couple should contact an immigration lawyer. If an illegal alien is in this country for more than one year, then they are subject to a 10 year bar from ever intering USA agin. The couple should hire a lawyer to help with the process of filing the required forms, and the illegal will have to then return home to his/her country and wiat for an interview at the American Consulate. This is a process, and the bar can be waived if spouse files for a petition. The illegal will have to remain in home country for 30-45 days and wait for the approval of the petition. If approved the illegal will then receive his/her green card. If denied they will be subject to the ten year bar. Nothing is guaranteed in this process, and any convictions of a felony or misdemeanor will be a disadvantage to this person. The couple should contact an immigration lawyer. If an illegal alien is in this country for more than one year, then they are subject to a 10 year bar from ever entering USA again. The couple should hire a lawyer to help with the process of filing the required forms, and the illegal will have to then return home to his/her country and wiat for an interview at the American Consulate. This is a process, and the bar can be waived if spouse files for a petition. The illegal will have to remain in home country for 30-45 days and wait for the approval of the petition. If approved the illegal will then receive his/her green card. If denied they will be subject to the ten year bar. Nothing is guaranteed in this process, and any convictions of a felony or misdemeanor will be a disadvantage to this person.
No. Unless you have gotten married to an American citizen or permanent resident. If married to a permanent resident you will probably have to return to your home country first and contact the US embassy there. The alternative is to wait on immigration reform.
Yes, of course he can forced back to his country. An illegal will be deported to his country of origin. The mere fact that his country's living conditions suck is NOT a basis for NOT deporting the illegal, and a generic threat from the cartels is even less so.
Have him return to his country and apply for a visa. There is nothing you can do while he is here illegally that will help him.
There's no such thing as an ''illegal immigrant'', a human being can't be illegal.
Yes. If you're engaged, you do not yet have a common law marriage and the spouse relationship does not exist. You must marry and apply for American citizenship at your nearest courthouse. And marriage doesn't change the fact that they are an illegal alien. They can still be deported, or required to return to their own country for up to ten years before being able to apply for legal status.
make application to enter the US
No.Added: The question supplies its own answer. They are ILLEGAL to begin with. They should return, or be returned, to their own countries and petition for legal entry into the country as the law states..