== == == == In order for the Canadian to marry the American in the US, the Canadian must be legally present in the United States. Not just visiting. If this is not the case, the American can file a Fiancee visa which lasts for 9 months at which time the wedding must have taken place.
From there the American will have to file a I-130 plus supporting documentation which is available on the USCIS website. There are many different situations and many different forms that can be filed so I would recommend checking out USCIC.gov.
Once all documentation is sent it, it takes approx 3 months for the paperwork to be processed and at that time you and your spouse will have to go to an interview. At the time of the interview they should stamp your passport and then you will just wait patiently for your card to come in the mail.
I was told Just a visa for her and a state ID for you and must be over 18 or 16 wqith parents consent
For an injury at work claim you will generally need a lot of paperwork from both the medical professionals who handled you throughout the process, but also paperwork from the job and a possible insurance company.
Yes, You have to go through a tough process but yes a Canadian can become a Citizen by marrying an American.
Any local bank should do it for you, but you will "lose" some money in the process - the Canadian dollar is not worth as much as the American dollar.
This will have to be done through a legal process by an attorney. The attorney will file paperwork to have this started and you will not be directly involved usually.
Once a person from another nation marries a Canadian citizen, he or she becomes a permanent resident. The process takes approximately 50 days for the paperwork.
just buy it, there are no laws to stop u buying
There are many ways to get involved, however, the most popular way to get involved is to vote!
If an immigrant overstays his work visa but marries a green card holder: can he get work authorization & how long does it takes to process the paperwork? can he get a green card & how long it takes to process the paperwork?
an individual involved in the communication process
Yes. Anyone can file the paperwork and represent themselves in court. For simple divorces where children are not involved and the division of property is minimal, it is a fairly simple process.