Public Law 99-639 (Act of 11/10/86), which was passed in order to deter Immigration-related marriage fraud. Its major provision stipulates that aliens deriving their immigrant status based on a marriage of less than two years are conditional immigrants. To remove their conditional status the immigrants must apply at an Immigration and Naturalization Service office during the 90-day period before their second-year anniversary of receiving conditional status. If the aliens cannot show that the marriage through which the status was obtained was and is a valid one, their conditional immigrant status may be terminated and they may become deportable.
Oh, like... 5 to 8 years!
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No, you wouldn't.
Yes, you are a legal resident of USA if you have a green card. I believe the next step after green card is citizenship, which is given after 5-7 years of continuous living in the USA.
Per immigration law, YES you have to renew the green card to be a legal resident.
Six ways to get a green card By being sponsored by close family members Through investment in the US By being sponsored by a US company or employer Green card lottery Asylum or refugee By marrying a US citizen
If you are a legal temporary, you would be a US citizen, if you are analien, you must have a green card in order to work, as understand it.
Citizenship cannot be got directly without becoming a green card holder first.By maintaining legal status, the Canadian should first get the green card after being petitioned by US citizen spouse by filing Form I-130 and after 5 years as green card holder he/she can apply for US citizenship by filing Form N-400.
Yes. But there is a review later on and if the marriage is thought to be a sham the green card can be taken away.
Yes you can if you have a Green Card.
Of course. Marrying a U.S. citizen is not the only way to obtain a green card or visa. The typical green card application involves getting a sponsor, applying to the U.S. consulate or embassy in your home country, and the BCIS will do checks to assure you are an admissable candidate.
No becuase she is not a legal citizen
If they have a green card, they can work.
No.no legal charges can exist
get a green card ans SSN
Legal US residents are either citizens of the US, or those who have immigration documents issued by the ICE. Usually this includes a Alien Registration card, called a "green card" (although they are no longer green.)
6-7 months you'll get a permanent visa, and then after 2 years you'll go through interviews and stuff and if they believe your marriage is for real you'll get a green card.
It is a federal law and according to homeland security you are a criminal.
No - a Green card means your a permanent legal resident. ESTA is only used for Visa holders and waivers