Nothing changes unless the couple chooses to apply for a change of citizenship. That may depend on where they choose to live and work.
the US does not recognize dual citizenship.
No. When you are born an American you are always an American unless you decide to take the citizenship of another country.
no, he needs to get a 3 year stay
== == In Short: no.
No. citizenship has to do with where you were born, and where your parents were born. It has nothing to do with marriage.
Have to live in UK for 3 years to get UK citizenship
The Mexican must apply for Resident Status and after 3 years of being a Resident Alien they can apply for Citizenship.
Yes, regardless of the alien's status. He can adjust his status and apply for citizenship once he or she marries a U.S. citizen.
No you do not.The only person that doesn't have citezenship in America is the person from overseas.Another answer:Marriage to a foreign citizen does not affect one's own citizenship. If the new spouse wishes to obtain US citizenship, the laws of the home country determine whether or not that individual either gets dual citizenship or loses the original citizenship. For example, if a bride from New Zealand marries an American, she may gain US citizenship and retain her New Zealand citizenship. If a Chinese bride seeks US citizenship, though, China will not permit her to retain her Chinese citizenship.
Only if you apply to become a Canadian citizen. Once you get residency in Canada you can apply for provincial healthcare.
No. The spouse would have to naturalize in France to become a french citizen. Children of this couple, who are born in the US, are dual French-US citizens at birth. The process for "recognizing" french citizenship is complicated, however.
If you have a spouse to sponsor you and have a job, and can speak English or French, then you will very likely get citizenship.
In the appropriate court in the state or province where they now reside.
the child and your self need to go to immagrastion and get citizenship in brazil for the child.
Any questions you have you should refer them to the Canada CIC. It is not impossible for the Canadian to sponsor you if he/she filed for bankruptcy but it does make it more difficult. Mainly they have to be able to AFFORD to take care of you once youre in Canada. But refer to the CIC. Google it. Canada CIC for all info. Good luck
He can stay in the country if an American marries him, and stays married to him, for six months, and then he gets a life long citizenship.
They're still an illegal immigrant. Mariiage alone does not grant US citizenship to an illegal alien. The formal process of citizenship must still be completed.
The marriage would normally be recognized in Canada- but simply being married to a Canadian wouldn't give the American any right to live in Canada (if that's what you're really trying to find out).
Only if the Russian girlfriend lives in Russia and has a Russian citizenship
She remains a Filipino citizen. Her US husband can petition for her, in which case, once approved, she becomes an American citizen. She can retain Filipino citizenship (hold dual citizenship) by applying at her nearest Philippine Embassy in the US (if she is based there).
No, but she has the right to live with him in Britain. After a number of years living legally in Britain she can then apply for citizenship.
They will become an American citizen
Even if a foreigner marries an American citizen they do not automatically gain US citizenship. There is a very detailed, lengthy, process in which both the foreigner and US spouse must go through in order for the foreigner to gain citizenship. This process can take years and may be denied by the end of it all.
A Canadian marrying someone in a Canadian Mission is considered to have been on Canadian territory where Canadian laws apply