Yes, but it must be spontaneous, not planned at the time you entered. And a genuine marriage, but if you are a visa waiver overstay (meaning you over staid the 90 day period of authorized stay that the visa waiver permits), then you can't. Unless you hold a 245i (an act that was in affect--now closed-- in 2001), which allowed anyone to apply for status while being in the country regardless of any status (undocumented, visa overstays, etc).
If you going to do it with a visa waiver, you do have to prove the marriage is real because it is very suspicious that in 90 days you fall in love and are about to get married--Immigration will put you under a microscope. If you have been in a relationship with someone in US for couple of months (either long distance or with sporadic visits to US), the best way to do this then is by petitioning a finance visa. This petitions should be done while you are outside the country. The visa is given pretty fast. Once you get to the US, you have like 60 days to get married. (usually 45 to 60 days after filing).
A naturalized citizen - has gone through 'due process'. They Entered the country legally with a passport and ticket, and sought asylum through the proper procedures. A non-citizen has likely entered the country illegally, avoiding immigration checks etc, and has no right to be in the country at all.
If you had entered through VWP(Visa waiver program) you can stay for a maximum of 90 days.
You have to go through the process.
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Yes, a "Visa" is issued for "Entry" into the country, without one you are not seen to have entered the country legally (through a port of entry) and are subject to deportation.
No. but if you marry a us citizen you can.
A person becomes a citizen through jus sanguinis by having parents who are citizen of that country. It means right by blood.
No they do not have to be born a US Citizen. They can become a citizen through the naturalization process.
There would be procedures to go through, but the answer is yes.
it's not that special, you get it through settlement or taking citizen test.
A "naturalized" citizen is someone who was not born on U.S. soil- they were not a citizen of the country when they were born, yet they have gone through the process of becoming and citizen and are now one.
yes through paper work and then you are welcome to come to the us as a us citizen.
One. You are a citizen, or you are not. You can become a citizen through the naturalization process, or you can be born a citizen. There are no 'second class' citizens.
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Contracts are entered into voluntarily, but once entered into they may be enforced through the courts.
In the United States, a naturalized citizen is foreign born person who has become a citizen through legal means.
You can lose it if you become a Canadian citizen through Naturalization.
Of course they can. It takes about 5 years to go through the naturalization process and it isn't free, but they can become an American citizen.
A female can get divorce by filing a suit for dissolution of marriage in the family court of Pakistan and a male can send a divorce notice to her female partner in Pakistan. American citizen, without leaving U.S.A., can pursue their divorce proceeding in Pakistan through Special Attorneys duly appointed by them.
It depends where you entered. If you entered through Israel you would first hit the river Jordan. If you entered through Lebanon you might hit the Litani River, or a number of other rivers that flow into the Mediterranean Sea. If you entered through Syria or Turkey there are a number of small rivers you might hit before you reached the Euphrates.
The last organ that sperm passes through before leaving the body is the urethra.
No, You can only become a citizen if you apply for you citizenship through immigration. Being a legal resident and married to an American citizen can and will not change your immigrant statics unless you go through the right process.
Yes, You have to go through a tough process but yes a Canadian can become a Citizen by marrying an American.