It is not legal to marry your own daughter or granddaughter anywhere in the US.
Actually if you marry a U.S. citizen you are now legal
Yes. Unless you marry with a person of the same sex, which is possible in Belgium, but not in the US.
Yes you CAN marry, but that will NOT give him LEGAL status.
You don't have to be a citizen to marry someone as long as you are a legal immigrant..
yes you can
it differs at what state you mean.
As long as the marriage is legal. Then your passort is legal.
It differs from state to state.
Of course it is
No it's not legal without a legal visa to get married.
much like the way they do it in the us, wait 7 years then take a special test (thats how they do it in the us)
Oleksandr Motsyk is the Ambassador to the US for Ukraine.
Yes she can because she is 18 and that is a legal adult.
Yes it is. As long as is not a fraud to legalize( seller, buyer).
You have to apply for a green card or marry a U.S. Citizen
You can't marry somebody--legal or not--who is already married. At least not in America. If the US doesn't recognize the marriage or if it is invalidated by a US judicial representative there's no reason why a citizen can't marry the immigrant.