why would you want to? stay where you belong.
After a J-1 visa expires a person can file to have their visa extended. If the person marries a United States citizen then they can file a petition to become a US citizen. If a person stays in the country after their visa expires they can be deported.
Marrying an American citizen does not give someone the right to stay in the country.
Actually if you marry a U.S. citizen you are now legal
yes the marrige is legal a lot of illeagal imigrants marry a U.S. citizen to stay in the country so if some one finds out that they are not legal the illegal person can stay in the states because of the marriage
Until her visa is up. Even if you marry her the process for her to legally stay in the country is very timely and costly. So if she stays she will essentially become an illegal alien until she is given residency.
No. You have to return to your country of origin.
Yes it is.
You need to meet a person you want to marry and they have to fall in love with you. Then the citizen of the UK needs to apply for you to enter the UK and stay there.
they have to aleast have been maried to a us citizen for 3 or more years in order to become a us citizen!
It is illegal for a British citizen to marry a foreign national in order to allow him or her to stay in the country. It is regularly done, but has severe penalties if discovered.
ask from GOD
Marrying him allows him to stay. You'll have to find a state that allows same sex marriage. I dont believe there is anything special that needs to be done for a cuban.
anyone can marry anyone from anywhere, however it does not make the immigrant legal, and alot of the time, has no effect on the courts decision if the immigrant can stay
That depends on your own nationality. If you are a citizen of the EC, you can stay for as long as you want to. If you needed a visa to enter the UK, you can stay until that visa expires.
No, they are here illegally and will be until they get a green card or register as a u.s. citizen
If you live in the US... Can you marry him? It depends on where you live. In most states, yes you could. However, marrying someone does not make them a citizen, nor does it automatically give them the right to stay in the country.
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.
all you have to do is make sure she has a visa to be in the united states and marry her once she is there. after that she will be allowed to stay in America as long as she needs to get through the naturalizatoin process.
The fact that you are asking about marrying a U.S. citizen leads me to think that YOU are NOT a U.S. citizen. If that is the case, then there is nothing you can do
to stay loyal to its country state what ever
The UK citizen must obtain permanent residence.
Yes, if you are a citizen of UK.