Entereing into a fraudulent marriage of convenience to obtain permanent residence status and/or citizenship is a federal felony offense. If convicted both parties are subject to a maximum sentence of 5 years in a federal facility and a $200,000 fine. After serving the imposed sentence the foreign national will be deported and permanently barred from reentering the US. If the citizen spouse is also convicted he or she will have a permanent record of a federal felony after serving the imposed sentence. Marriage to a US citizen no longer guarantees permanent residency or citizenship to a foreign national who is unlawfully present within the US.
Yes, but if the brother is not 245(i) qualified, there is nothing the citizen brother can do to make illegal brother legal.
Please answer in what states can a us citizen marry an illegal alien to get the green card
the US citizen shouldn't
no green card or faulty marriage
If you are married, you can apply for divorce.
depends if they are green or blue.
One may become a US citizen by getting a "Green Card".
If the baby was in the U.S. then the child is a US citizen. However, an illegal DOES NOT get legal status merely by having a citizen child, and in fact is still subject to deportation. The government does IN FACT deport illegals with citizen children.
Depends- there have been some cases where a LPR, when trying to become a citizen, has been found to lack moral character when married to an illegal.
Depends on where she was born. If she was born in the United States she is all ready a citizen. If she was born outside the country she would have to apply for citizenship. Since your are not a citizen and your husband is illegal she is not a citizen unless born here.
No. first of all because when a person is already married cannot marry another, unless he first gets a divorce from 1st. spouse, after he is divorced he may marry but if its for the purpose of getting legal residency immigration law prohibits it.
Yes, but only if you apply for a green card.
Lie about ur wife say she is mexican too
Absolutely not, don't even think about it.
No he cannot
If entry was ILLEGAL, and there was no form I-130 filed before April 2001, there is ABSOLUTELY NO CHANCE to get a green card, even with an anchor baby/marriage to a U.S. citizen.
The illegal partner will probably be repatriated to his/her home country or be imprisioned prior to deportation. The American citizen may be fined or criminally charged.
Well the baby is a U.S. Citizen and since the baby is a U.S. Citizen, in time the "illegal immigrant" may be able to get a green card and first of all an illegal immigrant isn't illegal if they have a visa, except if they were living and working in the U.S on a tourist visa,
No. If he was illegal before, he's still illegal. He will need to go through the system to seek a green card. If he already has violated U.S. laws, he may never be able to seek citizenship.
You don't actually have to have a baby if you're married to a US citizen. If married to a US citizen for 3 years, I believe you automatically have a green card. If you have a baby, I think it would be a little quicker to get the green card. It happened to my brother, then she divorced him.
No. A felony conviction disqualifies you from getting a resident alien card (aka green card); even a misdemeanor can, depending on the nature of the offense. Either case can lead to deportation, so tread carefully.
You will be eligible to get green card if you fulfill requirements as: Stay continuously in US for 10 years Married with US citizen for 3 years Have child US citizen Clean criminal record
My guess is no. You have to prove that you have a real marriage to stay.
Yes, if you have a green card then you can stay in the country.