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What is the legal residency status of a foreigner who marries a US citizen during a visit?


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2006-03-23 14:11:13
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You must immediately apply for a permanent resident status.


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No, the UK citizen would not become a US citizen. First the UK citizen would have to apply through INS for a work permit and perminent residency. The work permit will be issued within month (probably), but perminent residency could take 18 months or more; during which time the applicant would be expected to remain and work in the US (short overseas visits sometimes permitted). Once perminent residency has been established a 'green card' will be issued and 3-5 years after this the immigrant can apply for US citizenship.

No, but the Russian may be able to get a green card but might be required to go back home during the paperwork phase.

In my experience, it would depend on how much US residency the man has and what date he became a US citizen. Children of US citizens are eligible to derive citizenship from their US citizen parents (jus sanguinis), but the citizen parent must meet age and residency requirements.

According to the constitution of India, once if the girl is married to an Indian boy she automatically becomes an Indian. But if she wants to stay in Brazil then she doesn't become a citizen of India.

By speaking at least a little Latin and by doing a civic service for Rome, a foreigner could become a citizen. However there were other ways. For example an entire town or territory could be granted citizenship for various reasons such as loyalty to Rome during a crises and being located on a trade route.

A pharmacist makes around 50,000 dollars during their residency. It depends on how large the clinic or hospital is that your residency is in.

orthopedic earns 50 thousand during their residency

About 30,000 a year. Depending where you do residency. Good Luck!

The foreign national has already been granted permanent residency therefore a divorce will not affect his or her being granted US citizenship

Any doctor makes a salary during residency, but it its not nearly the salary they will make in private practice later on.

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ask the hospital staff if you can live there

Basically they were the rulers girlfriends after he marries his wife.

Pediatricians will get paid a stipend to live on while they are doing their residency. The will get paid less than an actual pediatrician and may receive between $30,000 to $45,000 a year, but that will depend on where they do their residency.

Residents are paid a salary from the hospital they complete their residency training at. The salary varies by hospital, but can average between $30,000 and $50,000 per year.

An American citizen has the right to petition for green card for relatives. Once they are married and have their papers ready the US citizen can petition for spouse's green card. Subsequently the kid can also become US citizen or green card depending on the support papers which can be shown for either of them. During the stay in US its very important for immigrant to have papers for a legal and authorized stay in US.

yes, Residency - $30,000-$45,000/year most of this will be paying of your school bills lol this will tell you more http://www.yourpediatrician.com/BecomingAPed.htm good luck

They become and attending and can practice medicine in a clinic or hospital in the speciality they learned during residency. They now can supervise fellows, residents, and interns, and are known as the patient's primary doctor.

Yes. The salary varies from between $30,000 to 50,000 per year, depending upon the residency training program and degree of advancement within the program.

About 40,000 a year and get about a 1,000 raise every year

no because thay will not be starting right away.

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