If your fiance came through Canada from Costa Rica to the US and now he is living in Costa Rica can you get married there and bring him to the US as your husband?
First you need to tell us what is his nationality because the laws are different for each country's citizens. If he is Costa Rican, then yes you can do it.
You want to marry an illegal immigrant who is not divorced but her husband is in another country How do you marry her?
The illegal immigrant should go back to his or her home country and complete the divorce with his or her spouse. Then you should either get married in that country and apply for a spouse visa, or go visit that country and upon returning apply for a fiance visa and get married in the US after the fiance visa is granted.
It depends on if he is entering as a spouse or fiance. If you marry in Canada, he will have to reside in Canada until he can get a visa, which I have been told by Immigration is two to three years. If he entered as a fiance, then about 8 months after you get married, or longer. The actual length of time depends on how backlogged the immigration process is at the time you…
What are the steps a US citizen and an illegal alien should take in order to get married for the alien to obtain citizenship?
First you have to get married and get legal. The best and most recommended way is for the U.S. citizen to file for a fiance(e) visa for the immigrant first. If you go directly to the USCIS, tell them that your fiance(e) is still in his/her home country and not already in the U.S. illegally. Then when he/she enters with his/her fiance(e) visa, you, the U.S. citizen have 90 days to get married. After getting…
Your fiance was divorce here in Miami from her husband but she still married en Colombia Can she marry you here in Miami without divorcing in Colombia?
Will your fiance be required to return to el salvador for us to get married he has a valid work permit?
If the question is "what relationship would you be in after engagment?" then the relationship you would be in would be you will have a fiance, and be waiting to get married. If the question is "what relationship would you be in after engagment?" then the relationship you would be in would be you will have a fiance, and be waiting to get married.
A pre-fiance is a term used for a couple in love and have every intention of getting married, but not ready or are too young to get married just yet. For example, my brother is eighteen and his girlfriend is sixteen so they obviously can't get married yet, but she is his pre-fiance as he is hers because they want to get married and can't imagine not getting married.
Nope. Jump through the hoops and get that Fiancee visa. It is easier, and cheaper to get a Fiance visa to enter the US than to get married and apply for a permanent residence as a spouse of a US citizen. Answer Sorry to disagree with upstairs answer but the answer is - YES! I am assumimg your ALREADY in the USA. In that case you can get married and then you can file for…