theres some law that after 97 if you overstayed by that long than your banned from returning for 10 years...not super technical but...
No- that is considered bigamy.
Yes, he will be treated as "US Citizen born abroad"
No, it would be considered a marriage abroad.
It depends on the country but you should be able to apply for a visa if you wish to stay in that country. For example, im here in japan and my buddy just married a Japanese girl and then was able to reply for and receive a 1 year working visa.
You need the passport of the country of which you are a citizen. You cannot have a US passport until you are a US citizen.
To quote the United States Department of State, "It is a document issued by a country to a citizen of that country, allowing that person to travel abroad and re-enter the home country."
child born abroad of american citizen
he is a German born u.s. citizen
No. Marrying a US Citizen abroad does not guarantee you legal entry to the US
It depends on which country you are a citizen of.
You are already married, you can't apply for a license. The US will recognize a valid marriage in another country.