Of course, there are no laws in the forbidding a legal resident from traveling to another state or all over the country. That is assuming that there have been no restrictions applied by a court or the Immigration department.
It depends on the state you reside.
Unless you have some legal document that forbids you to remove your children, travel between states in the US is not regulated. You are free to travel as you wish.
The law is different from state to state. I would advise checking your local DMV for what is and is not legal in your state.
It depends if said alien is from Space or your more garden variety location, such as Mexico.
As regards to what? Custody? Child support? Travel expenses? When you ask a legal question, it's very helpful if you provide as many pertinent details as possible including the state(s) and/or country involved.
Yes. Or, rather, I should say that the fact that one is a resident alien will not prevent him or her from marrying the other one. No state in the US limits marriage to only citizens. It is even possible for a US citizen to marry a undocumented alien in the United States. There is no residency or citizenship requirement to marry in the US. The only thing that could prevent you from marrying is: if you live in a state where same-sex marriage is not legal (you can travel to another state if this is the case); if one or both of you is already married to someone else (you'll have to get a divorce first); or, if you are closely related to each other by blood (the degree of consanguinity that is prohibited varies by state).
The age at which someone can marry an illegal alien is based on the law of the state. Anyone can legally marry if they of legal age. Most states put the age at about 18.
If you mean a legal resident alien, yes. If you mean a legal resident of Arizona, yes. If you mean a legal resident of another state- THAT depends on which gun. You may purchase a rifle or shotgun from a dealer in any state (unless you reside in CA) but you may only purchase a handgun in your home state.
Yes, as well as being a FEDERAL CRIME, it is immoral and destructive to the country. The legal alien also risks revocation of their legal status and deportation. If the illegal doesn't care enough to do things legally, who the heck wants them here? What kind of citizen (other than selfish, greedy and irresponsible) will they be?
Yes. There is no citizenship requirement or screening for marriage in the United States. If you are a gay man, you can marry a male illegal alien in any state where same-sex marriage is legal.
An alien has three eyes and it really depends whether what state the alien is in.
This depends upon the State. Most states will say no to aliens seeking firearms. The State of VA allows such purchases.
If the marriage license was issued and executed, the marriage is going to be considered legal. It could be annulled, depending on the laws of the state in question.
As long as your registration is up to date you can travel into any state and be legal. There are no laws that say you can not cross state lines.
A minor can only petition for emancipation in the state in which they are a legal resident, so you can't just go to another state and do it.
The fact that she is pregnant has no bearing on her ability to travel across state lines. The fact that she is someone's girlfriend also has no bearing on her ability to travel across state lines. There is no reason she can't go anywhere she wishes.
Provided you follow all the local, state and federal laws, it is possible.
As long as you have a proof of your legal stay in the US then you can travel by airplane to another state, but it is preferable to travel with your Visa already there especially when you are traveling by Air.
The state attorney general is a legal position. The individual provides legal counsel for representatives of the state. It is the highest legal position in a state.
the state in which he enlisted
Yes. Riding is allowed in travel trailers, fifth-wheel trailers, and truck campers.
You'd have to check with the employment office, because there may be conditions you have to meet that might not be possible if you are out of state.
I have 3 ferrets, so they are legal. But it is possible that some states don't allow ferrets. I live in Connecticut and they are completelylegal. I've brought ferrets to Massachusetts, so that is another state that allows them. Black-footed ferrets are endangered so they are totally not legal. Please check your state laws if you are not sure about your state. Hopefully you can buy a ferret.