Yes. If your marriage was legally valid in the country you married in, AND you provide the legal paperwork showing this marriage was valid, AND the US doesn't consider the marriage "onerous", your marriage will be recognized by the US.
"Onerous" in this case are sets of conditions that the US considers too severe to allow for the marriage to be recognized. Things like coersion into marriage, significantly underage partner, inability to give reasonable consent, bygamy/polygamy, incest, etc. The list is not long, and the US will recognized many marriages that no state would otherwise allow (e.g. allow 1st cousins to marry, allow two 17 year olds to marry without parental concent, etc.).
Have him get a divorce. Don't marry a who is already married. It is going to be trouble for you.
If you both have lived in Mexico, got married then you would immigrate to Canada as husband and wife and it is legal in Canada.
Well...you shouldn't get married if your boyfriend is illegal.But if you had to I would say neither go for canada.
No, it would not be legal. The license must be issued by the country, Mexico, where the ceremony is to take place.
The safest way to do this would be for you guys to get married in Mexico then apply for the marriage visa. I believe it's 4-9 months for the paperwork to get processed. That way, he can be in the states legally and you guys can be married. =)
Answer No. He has to apply to your Immigration Department for a visa. Even if you went to Mexico and married there he would still be considered illegal by American Authorities. You would be wise to contact your Department of Immigration and find out what they say.
It is not legal to marry your sibling in Mexico or any State in the U.S. because it is considered immoral. If the two got married it is highly likely there would be something genetically wrong with their children.
nothing. if you married him he would be their stepfather
Even if you are pregnate while a minor you still need to get a legal guardans approval before you can be legally married in general, but if you go to another country to get married, and are NOT a legal citizen of that country, it would not be a legal marriage.
sorry I'm married
What would Sadie Hawkins do?
If your marriage was legal in Mexico then you are legally married. You need to obtain a divorce or the Mexican marriage may come back to haunt you some day. If you remarried in the UK without obtaining a divorce that marriage would be invalid and would be exposed if your husband ever showed up.
Yes it's legal in USA
No, if you are legally married anywhere in the world then the marriage is considered legal under US law. Any subsequent marriage while still married anywhere would be legally invalid and you could be arrested for bigamy.
For a second marriage to be legal, the first would have to have been dissolved via legal divorce. If the first marriage was not legally dissolved, then a second marriage would neither be legal or illegal; it would simply be redundant. Married couples often renew their wedding vows, but there is no legal connection.
i dont think she would of married you if she missed her old boyfriend
You cannot obtain a marriage license unless he is legal. It would be best to focus on him obtaining citizenship so you can get married.
You would be related by marriage if you married your boyfriend.
No, a judge would never allow your parents to do that to your boyfriend.
no but if u have lived with your boyfriend then you would only be allowed to be married in a court. You can not be married in a church because marriage is about being patient and waiting after you are married.
Absolutely not.......legal marriage is recognized across the country. You would then be considered a bigamist, and that is a crime.
No. The second marriage would not be legal, and the wife has committed the crime of bigamy.
If you are a legal adult then there is no problem, you may live where you please.If you are under legal age then you would have to have your parents permission.
Yes, he is still the father. If you were married to the boyfriend and he adopted the baby you would still have to get the father to sign away his rights.
If she was a US citizen then no, it would not be legal. Even overseas in a different country US Citizens are still subject to US laws.