Is a person holding an expired green card legally in the US?
In theory, They are considered out of status or "unlawfully present."However, in practice if you apply to have it renewed which is not a complex process you can show you are having it renewed and would not be deported. Renew the green card, or better,if you satisfy the residency requirements, apply for citizenship.
Can a student who has an expired student visa have another way of getting a green card without marrying someone?
Can a person with an expired B2 visa for up to 7 years marry to a US citizen without leaving the US?
No. You can not be deported for an expired Green Card. You can be deported for an expired Visa. You can over-stay your Visa, it's illegal in the U.S. and pretty much every other country. However, if your Green Card has expired (which is not the same as a visa), you should go to the local INS office and renew it and do it the legal way.
If you marry someone who was here on an expired passport and they gave him his greencard then he left and you don't know where he is will you get in trouble for marriage fraud if you report him?
You said "expired passport." Did you mean expired visa? The U.S. doesn't care much about expired passports issued by other countries. If he was issued a green card, he was living here legally, assuming that no fraud was committed in obtaining it. I can't imagine that you can get into trouble for what he did, assuming you committed no fraud in helping him get his green card. I suppose that someone might say that the…
If i got green card 2years and when it expired and my spouse divoced with me how to appy green card 10year?
If i get married in US and i get green card 2years and when it's expired how can i appy to get green years 10years if my spouse break up with me?
Can a student here on an expired visa with an I-20 for 3 more years and an updated F-1 status be allowed to be married and apply for a green card?
If a person who entered the US legally and does not have a green card yet marries a permanent resident or a green card holder does he or she also get the a green card?
If the illegal immigrant entered the country illegally can he get green card if he married to US citizen?
I believe so, but Id hope whoever uses this technique gets blacklisted and hunted down right away No. An illegal immigrant is just that, regardless of whether they marry a US citizen or not. Marrying a US citizen grants a foreign national the right to a green card, as long as they are either not in the country, or if they have entered the country legally and are currently in a legal visitor status., i.e…
Can a person who is married to someone who has a valid green card be deported if his papers have expired?
Friend in jail who is facing some serious charges He has bail but the immigration has a hold on him He is not a citizen but has a green card and is here legally Why are the immigration holding him?
If someone was deported and served their deportation time but their US green card hasn't expired can they just come back?
Does a person legally have to look right and left before moving their vehicle if their light is green?
You can get married, but from an immigration standpoint, it will not grant you legal status. If you are overstayed, you must leave the country and return LEGALLY in order to appropriately take advantage of the US laws and constitution. You can also apply for a green card, however, it will not be granted because your are not eligible being overstayed with an expired I94. You are an ILLEGAL alien, thus you loose your privileges.
What happens if a Trinidad and Tobago citizen married a US citizen and obtained citizenship as a single person after?
Is it true you can denounce your American haritage to join the ffl in turn becoming a new person to the world as we know it?
How can you apply for a SS number if you have an expired visitor's visa but are already married to an American Citizen?
People who are legally in the country have some kind of document to prove it; in the case of citizens born in the country it is a birth certificate, and in the case of legal immigrants there are visas, green cards, or citizenship certificates. If a person cannot produce any such document then we may presume that this person is in the country illegally.
If a person has entered the US legally and has not yet obtained his or her Green Card and they turn 21 before that time period what will happen?
Under U.S. Immigration Law, Lawful Permanent Residents must carry their Green Card at all times. Lawful Permanent Residents who cannot produce their Green Card as evidence of status may have difficulty establishing authorization to work, travel or apply for financial services or government benefits. Therefore, if your Green Card is lost or stolen, or expired it is important to replace it right away using Form I-90.
if you are still here in the states on an expired card you might have to return to your country and talk with the embassy over there to renew goodluck this information is completely wrong, if your permanent resident card AKA green card has expired you will just have problems finding a job. what you can do is renew your card using the I-90 form.