You'll probably have to leave the country for a few months then come back... unless you're from Mexico, in which case the government doesn't seem to care.
If you overstayed less than 6 month you will be banned to entering the US for 3 Years, and if you overstayed more than 6 Month you will be banned for 10 Years (AG)
theres some law that after 97 if you overstayed by that long than your banned from returning for 10 years...not super technical but...
If you've overstayed your Visa you will be deported back to your home country. If you resist deportation you could serve time in jail and pay heavy fines.
Marrying a US citizen does not automatically make the other person a citizen. Spouses of US citizens can and do get deported everyday. Send him back home and apply for him while he is not in the U.S.
Only those who do not have a legal status in the United States.
the correct and legal age to bring back cigarettes from turkey is 18 years of age
Overstayed and want to go back and come again. Its better to stay back and apply for PR status. It will be hard to give reason for overstaying even if it is for something genuine. One thing is sure if you go back you are not coming back ... take help of some lawyer or immigration consultancies and firms.. they will be able to guide you. It may be matter of 1-3 years. Remember, if there is a Problem, there is a solution. You just need to find it... You can contact http://www.usafis.org
The green card itself will be given to you if you stay married after two years.
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Firstly, the person has to gain Canadian Immigration resident status, and their having been an illegal in the USA will NOT be in their favour. Secondly, the USA is under no obligation to allow entry to someone who was previously illegal in the USA, regardless of their Immigration status in Canada. Your legal or non-legal status in another country has no bearing on your immig. status in the US.
Get legal. depends haw is your asylum claim status if its passed tribunal with a refuse than go back to Afghanistan or consider another country for asylum
Since you are the legal guardian she has to go to court to get them back. What happens there depends on the situation.
I think this is an older question. Govt Engineering College got autonomous status years back in 90's. Now it has become NIT Raipur. I am not sure what is the meaning of autonomous status.
Eight (8) years and above.
The age is 15 years old!
If you return to Florida before she is 18, and she still has Florida residency status and not Georga residency, it is not legal.
It depends on who has more family in which country. But it's up to you DOMINICA! is DE BEST! you'd be stupid to stay in england! but its ur choice!
It wont matter if your spouse came with you to reapply you back, theyll say no. Best thing to do is after 5 years of being out of the country, go to an American embassy and petition the government to let you back in. I know this because my husband overstayed his crewman visa for 5 years and now my husband is back in his country. By the year 2014, we will put in a petition. 5 years will pass by the time we apply. I do however visit my husband once a year. We also have a child, but due to the currency difference, also language, I stay in the U.S.. Wish you the best of luck.
No. Riding in the back of a truck is NOT legal in Illinois.
As far as the person requesting it desires. There is no legal limitation.
If the Alien is legal in the USA then they can legally and genuinely get married and file for AOS (Adjustment Of Status) so that the alien may become a permanent resident. However, if the alien is not legally in the USA, he/she must leave, go back to their country. The US citizen may then file for a K-1 (fiancee) visa for the alien. This usually takes a shorter period of time than the AOS. However make sure that there is no 3 or 10 year bar for the alien who may have overstayed his visa or violated the immigration regulations as this may jeopodaize the case and the process may take longer.
Now, I may be incorrect, but I am fairly confident that if you marry someone who is not a legal citizen of the country, and YOU are a legal citizen of the country, then he will be issued a green card, which grants him permanent resident status.
yes it is legal
There is a legal requirement to pay back legal aid in the country of New Zealand. When the person receiving the legal aid has lied about their financial situation, they are required to repay the legal aid provided.
Nothing they need to file for another visa in their country to come back. The person would need to leave the US voluntarily or be deported. Even though the original entry was legal the person is now out of status and considered unlawfully present. A person who overstays a visa or is otherwise in the US unlawfully for 12 months or less is subject to deportation and barred from applying for reentry for 3 years. A person who overstays a visa or is otherwise in the US unlawfully for more than 12 months is subject to deportation and barred from applying for reentry for 10 years. The exception is of said person qualifies for asylee or refugee status. Foreign nationals legally married to US citizens are given the opportunity to plead a case for "hardship" if they have children and are gainfully employed.