Right. Millan illegally crossed the border into the US in 1990 and stayed illegal until 2000 when he became a legal resident; he became a U.S. citizen in 2009.
does a citizen of Mexico need a passport to go from the us to Mexico and back? He is legal to be in us but not a us citizen.
it would go to the legal resident of the host country
Yes. If the illegal immigrant marries a citizen, they can become a citizen from that.
Visit your local INS office with your papers!
If you go to any country illegally, you are always illegal. Plus, marrying a US citizen not only does not make you legal, it will create problems for that US citizens too if the officials find out.
No, it does not discharge legal fines and/or penalties.
I'm sure you would be able to if one became a legal citizen afterwards.
If they are a legal citizen, no. If they're here illegally, they most likely receive free health care.
If you followed the proper legal process to get married, then the marriage is legal. It doesn't matter if he's here illegally or not.
In order to become a citizen you would need to take a citizen test. You would need to obtain some sort of work permit to stay in the country.
if I was a legal Mexican immigrant having gone through the long tedious chore of becoming an American citizen I should be furious at all the illegals bypassing the laws of America
Yes, but only if you apply for a green card.
No. He or she can and will be deported when the authorities notice his or her legal status.
Depends on where you live, but the penalties are similar to marijuana charges
Yes, the US recognizes legal marriages performed in other countries. This does not mean that the Mexican citizen can enter the US without using the procedure required by US immigration laws.
Getting married to a U.S. citizen will not make you a legal resident. If you are in the U.S. legally you can file to adjust your status to a legal resident. If you are in the U.S. illegally, getting married to a U.S. citizen will not help. You will need to go back to your country and apply for either a K1 fiance visa or a K3 spousal visa.
from the best of my knowledge, the best thing to do is to be a u s citizen and then try filing for your boyfriend
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He or she could, but his or her partner must make the appropriate arrangements so that she or he acquires the US citizenship. Namely, contacting the American embassy in Mexico and begin such legal process.
Legally its 18 for every living Human Being, not just US.
People who do not use drugs are not at risk for legal penalties related to the use of illegal drugs.
There is no way to get illegally married and then acquire any of the legal rights of marriage.