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If you overstayed your visa by 4 years then married a us citizen but left the country could you still get the green card abroad or would you be better of trying to get back into the us again and try f?


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2007-10-19 16:26:02
2007-10-19 16:26:02

theres some law that after 97 if you overstayed by that long than your banned from returning for 10 years...not super technical but...

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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."

You are already married, you can't apply for a license. The US will recognize a valid marriage in another country.

Take a look at the DVLA site, under Britons Abroad.

No. Marrying a US Citizen abroad does not guarantee you legal entry to the US

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A person can become a citizen of the US by 1) birth in the US 2) birth abroad to US citizen parents 3) naturalization

I believe you have to be born in America to be a citizen, or apply for citizenship. The previous answer is incorrect. If you are born in another country but your parent is an American citizen they you too are an American citizen. They just have to fill out a CRBA form or Consular Report of Birth Abroad. If you are born on a US military base that is also considered US territory.

A US citizen is someone who was born in the United States, or who was born abroad but his or her parents were US citizens at the time. Also, a person can naturalize to become a citizen.

if your asking what other ways can a person be a US citizen then : Can be born on US soil abroad, like the embassy or US Military base. Could be born to one or both US Citizens Could be married to a us citizen Generally a Green Card over the years can be changed to a US citizen ship{although not sure about that} P.S there is a difference between natural born citizen and a citizen.

Yes, you can get married. Only thing is make sure if you are planning on getting US Citizenship in the future, apply for residency BEFORE you leave. It will be much easier than applying from abroad. Also, if you plan on re-entering the US before approval of residency (6 months to a year), make sure you get re-entry Visa BEFORE you leave, otherwise you WILL NOT be allowed to enter country without either the re-entry visa or your green card onCe residency is approved!

Good question. In general, marriages which are legally performed and valid abroad are also legally valid in the United States. The embassy or tourist information bureau of the country in which the marriage will happen is the best source of information about marriage in that country.

Ireland is abroad if you aren't from Ireland. Abroad only means outside of your own country.

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