What if your dad was deported about a year ago and you are about to become a us citizen when you join the army will you be able to bring him back to the us?
You need the services of an immigration attorney. If you have a spouse or children, they can be eligible for expedited citizenship, but it doesn't say anything about one's parents.
By the way, you don't instantly become a citizen by joining the military. You have to apply for it on your own, you must complete at least a year of service, and you need to apply while you're still in or within six months of your separation. Your chain of command should be able to get the ball rolling for you on that - I obtained expedited citizenship through the military, and it really does make the process a lot more convenient.
Deported by lack of visa : yes Deported by illegal activities :i think is not unless you got a lot of money ( power) lol Read More
nope! you have to be citizen to marry someone that is a citizens, Read More
NO because they werent born in the US they just moved there . Read More
Perhaps you have grounds for an annulment if you can demonstrate that he married you to become a citizen. This would mean that he didn't enter into the contract honestly. You may be able to avoid the technicalities of petitioning for a divorce. Read More
If I'm a us citizen and im getting married to a man who was deported from there what are the odds of me being able to get him back into the us?
the answer is almost no chance. he was deported under us law and almost no way can the law be changed Read More
Can someone who was arrested and deported for drug sale and immediate re entered back to the US and has been living here since now married to a US citizen become a legal resident?
no once they have been deported they r no longer able to get there papers i know im married to a Mexican and i have been trying to get his papers for the past yr Read More
You first had to become a freeman from slavery and be able to serve as a soldier,priest or anything to help the city. Then you become a citizen. Read More
If a citizen marries and applies for a green card for the spouse and the spouse comes to US and is abusive how can the citizen send this person back?
Contact the INS. They would be able to help you. The person cannot just be "sent back" simply because the US citizen has changed his or her mind about the marriage. If the person has the conditional green card, the US citizen can refuse to file the joint petition to remove the conditions, but that does not guarantee that the person will not be able to obtain the permanant greencard. Once a person has legally… Read More
Can you become an American citizen if you were deported for life and illegally stayed in the United States?
Assuming what is meant is that the person was "deported for life" from the U.S. the answer is obviously no. If the person was deported from their native country they might be able to apply for a permanent residence status or political asylum. It depends on what the reason for the deportation. In the case of an alien deported as a result of an aggravated felony conviction, they have a permenant bar (lifetime) from re-entry… Read More
You can't, but you might be able to become a British Citizen. If you don't know the difference between England and Britain, you shouldn't be trying to change your nationality. Read More
Theoretically, any citizen of the United States is able to become President. Read More
Your spouse would be able to sponser you for Australian citizenship Read More
I am an American citizen my boyfriend was deported back to Mexico because he was not legal in the us if I marry him can he come back and how long will it take for him to be able to come back?
hard question, give me a kiss and I'll answer :) Read More
There are many problems that face foreigners. One major problem is the issue of being able to become a citizen, and without being a citizen, they are not able to be treated in the same way. Read More
Can someone with a criminal record that was deported for life do something to get a visa a be able to enter the us?
No, that serious criminal conviction would prevent you from getting either a visa or a green card (if married to a U.S. citizen). Read More
Can someone who's been deported foe a felony and deported for life come back legally if he has five American children and married to an American citizen?
NO, unless the illegal fights his re-opens the criminal conviction and has the charges dropped, OR if the illegal is able to get a presidental'governor pardon (but tihs doesnt apply for serious felonies). Read More
Yes, if the mother applies for naturalization, the child gets it too if still a minor. Read More
If you already have a permanent residency card that expires in 2009 and want to marry a citizen would you still be able to become a citizen if you have a felony on your record?
Yes. Y-THINK-Y Read More
The child is an American citizen if the child was born on American soil. The child should be able to stay in the US with the father. Unless the mother takes the child with her. There could be a custody dispute between the mother and father, it should be what is best for the child. Read More
If a UK citizen has been deported for a conviction for theft in the US what happens to him when he arrives in the UK he has not been in the UK for over 46 years In US legally but UK passport stolen.?
If your passport has been stolen, you won't be able to travel. Read More
If you have a green card and are getting married to a non-US citizen that is living in the United States would he be able to stay in the United States?
you can . . . but that person who is not a us citizen can only live in the US for a short period of time after marring, that person must become a citizen by taking the test (you have to get a 60% or higher to pass) to become a citizen. its really easy! Read More
There are many complexities. Many people have been able to get the citizenship through this way. Also, there have been cases where people forged marriages to get the citizenship. I think now the laws have become very strict regarding this and you may find it very difficult to get what you want. Best solution is to go back to your country and apply freshly. But here again you may find it difficult as you will… Read More
Whether or not you can fix your papers if you are deported depends on what is wrong with your papers and why you were deported. You may be able to hire a lawyer to work with you and get your papers fixed even if you are no longer in the country. Read More
No you don't you can be of any nationality or ethnic background but you must become an American citizen to be able to join Read More
If a 16 year old citizen decides to marry her 21 yr old illegal bf.gf is it true the immigrant can get a license and a workers permit?
No, it is not true that they will be able to get a license and a permit. Marriage does not change one's illegal immigration status and they can be deported. Read More
If a person got the visiting visa and he was deported back to his country is he able to enter the USA again if his fiancee sponsors him?
It depends on how long ago the person was deported and the reason that s/he was deported. Deportation in and of itself carries a five year bar and if the person was an overstay or illegal entry, s/he may also have the ten year bar to overcome. The fiancee would have to file for a waiver(s) of the bar(s). If the person was deported for commiting a crime, then it may be impossible to bring… Read More
If you are deported, there are no prohibitions to you getting married. You might also be able to prevent deportation if your spouse has legal status in the United States. Read More
No, His work visa DID expire but because McIntyre married a US citizen-Taryn Terrell, better known as WWE Diva Tiffany, because of their marriage he is legally able to stay in America with his wife and keep his job. Read More
They wanted the african americans to be able to vote and to become an US citizen. Read More
No, but he would not be able to use the title "Sir". Read More
Unless the illegal immigrants are able to provide enough evidence to attain refugee or asylum status, it is IMPOSSIBLE for an illegal immigrant to become a citizen under current US law. For example, I knew a good man that had 3 kids, a wife, and a stable job; yet, he was still be deported when pulled over for a traffic violation. However, they CAN go back to their country of origin, apply for a work… Read More
Yes. If you're engaged, you do not yet have a common law marriage and the spouse relationship does not exist. You must marry and apply for American citizenship at your nearest courthouse. And marriage doesn't change the fact that they are an illegal alien. They can still be deported, or required to return to their own country for up to ten years before being able to apply for legal status. Read More
To get a passport of any specific country, you need to be a citizen of that country first. In case a foreign national wants to get a passport of a different country, then he/she should first become a citizen. Only then will they be able to apply for a passport. Read More
You must live in France for several years while applying and show that you can speak enough French to be able to get by in France. Read More
It all depends on the crime for which they were deported. Certain deportations come with a life long ban from entering the US whereas you may be able to get a waiver in some cases. Read More
You must know take a Government test about basic U.S. history and government, and be able to speak, read, and write simple English. If you meet certain requirements, you may become a U.S. citizen either at birth or after birth. Read More
In order to become a naturalized citizen of the US one must be able to demonstrate knowledge of U.S. civics be able to show English language proficiency and?
Be willing to express allegiance to America Read More
You were born to two Italian parents and you are registered in Italy does this make you an Italian citizen?
I'm unsure what you mean by "registered" in Italy. If you were born in Italy naturally you would certainly be a citizen. If you were born out side of Italy you could apply for Italian citizenship. If I had to guess I would say you are probably not a citizen of Italy right now, but it should be fairly simple (assuming you are currently living in a country that allows dual citizenship, like the USA)… Read More
Technically yes, however, you should be able to prove to the immigration that the marriage is authentic and have the legal papers to prove such. Read More
I am US citizen an you married you a Peruvian women in Peru.What do you have to do to bring her to the US?
You have to apply for permanent residency, through INS. Check on the website and they will be able to give you information on the papers that you need to complete. Read More
In UAE when a expatriate gets deported for a certain crime does he get banned to enter UAE for life or only for a certain limited period?
if you have a criminal record in the UAE and are deported you are blacklisted at the airport and will not be able to return - irrispective of the reason. actually, normally if you are deported the crime is not a petty one! Read More
If you have been deported, and there are some possessions that you were not able to take with you when you were deported, then those possessions are in the hands of some other person or possibly agency. You can ask the person who has your possessions to send them to you. You will probably be asked to pay the shipping cost. If, however, you don't even know where these possessions are, or who has them… Read More
No. They're the citizen, not you. Read More
You are a us citizen your fiance is still a UK citizen he is in the UK now and does not know if he will be able to become a permanent citizen in the us what will he need to do to become a us citizen?
It's very important to handle the steps with international marriages carefully and in the proper order; even though you are married, it could happen that he wouldn't be allowed into the U.S. unless you do everything correctly. It is essential that you talk to an immigration lawyer in the U.S. who can make sure that you do everything properly and in the right order. Do this before you get married. Read More
If both parents are US citizens born in the US and they have a child and it is born in another country is this child able to be president?
No the child cannot be president. The child would be an American Citizen because the parents are but in order to become president of the US you have to be a born citizen. Read More
Naturalization is the process of making noncitizens American citizens. Many immigrants wait years before they are able to become a citizen. Read More
If you are illegally residing in the US, your chances of getting deported are very certain, even if you marry an American Citizen. You will not be able to change your status nor obtain green card, citizenship through your marriage as your status is illegal. If the Immigration authorities find out the illegal stay it will lead to immediate deportation. You will have to return back to your country,then apply to enter the US legally… Read More
Do make sure that it is a legitimate ceremony and marriage certificate. But yes they can, as long as that American citizen is not a felon, is able to adequately support that spouse financially (affidavit of support) and when they come back to the U.S. gets down to the business of filing their spouse's paperwork. Read More
You have to be a US citizen to be able to vote in the presidential elections. You can be a citizen by birth or a naturalized citizen. Read More