It depends on the laws of your country. In some places they can marry a citizen and then apply for citizenship. If the marriage is valid then they may get residency or citizenship.More Specific Answer:An illegal alien is a foreigner who lacks permission to be physically present in Another Country. For example, there are millions of illegal aliens who live and work in the United States, some of whom have been here for decades. What makes them illegal is that they do not have valid visas or work permits.
An foreigner becomes an illegal alien by:
If you have permission by the government to enter the country (for visit, work, school, etc...) then you are a LEGAL alien If you DO NOT have permission by the government to enter the country, then you are an ILLEGAL alien
Get on a very long waiting list to get your green card. You wouldn't be an alien if you were legal
There is not any way for an illegal alien to become legal except through application to the government. Age and time in the country are not an automatic way to become legal.
Yes, it is a legal marriage, however, it does not mean the illegal alien won't be deported back to their country.
An illegal alien can't get a social security card. They are only issued to legal citizens.
>>>>>Marry him / her!!!
No, but your child is.
You can help an illegal alien become legal by helping them fill out the appropriate applications for residency and paying the needed fees. This will put them on the right track to becoming a legal resident or citizen.
No ... both parties must be legal residents and must sign an affidavit. The illegal alien could face deportation.
Yes you can because it is legal
Yes They Can
Contact USCIS for instructions as to how to proceed in your particular case.
No. Legal alien adults and native-born citizens can also work there. Illegal alien adults and minors are prohibited from working anywhere in the USA.
In the UK and Ireland a 'marriage of convenience' as this would be called is illegal.
illegal alien i think?
Yes if he has documentAdded: No, but a legal immigrant/alien CAN volunteer for US military service as an adjuct in helping them become a citizen. ILLEGAL alines are just that - ILLEGAL.
Yes, as well as being a FEDERAL CRIME, it is immoral and destructive to the country. The legal alien also risks revocation of their legal status and deportation. If the illegal doesn't care enough to do things legally, who the heck wants them here? What kind of citizen (other than selfish, greedy and irresponsible) will they be?
If by "legal alien" you mean a "resident alien" (i.e., a foreigner with permission to live in the United States) and by "alien" you mean any alien, whether legal or illegal (undocumented), then the answer is yes. Generally, there is no citizenship requirement for marriage in the United States. What effect the marriage will have on the immigration status of the parties involved is another question.
not really because the illegal alien must have to go through "naturalization" and must wait a few years while living in the united states like 7 years.