A legal immigrant who marries a U.S. citizen can apply for a green card, so s/he can stay in the U.S., travel outside the U.S. and re-enter, and work in the U.S.
If they're in the country legally, they should apply for US citizenship.
Yes, but the illegal immigrant must seek a lawyer to help them become a citizen. The illegal may even have to return to their native country and await citzenship rights to the U.S. but just because an illegal marries a citizen does not give them a free pass. It may however, speed up the process.
He has rights to the child since he is the father, but i don't think he has any more general rights if he is still illegal.
The legal rights for illegal immigrant divorce is same as that for any U.S. citizen. According to the fifth and fourth Amendment of Constitution, it guarantees equal protection under the law.
An illegal immigrant technically has rights based on the treatment of any human as stated in the constitution.A legal immigrant(Assuming US Citizenship) has every right any natural born US Citizen would have.A legal immigrant(Assuming Non-US Citizen) I BELIEVE has every right any natural born US Citizen would have.Another View: An ILLEGAL immigrant has no US Constitutional rights conferred upon them, since they are ILLEGALY in this country to begin with. The only so-called "rights" they possess are those (as yet to be appealed) "privileges" afforded them by decisions of the lower courts.
Yes. His immigration status bear no significance when it comes to parental rights.
Answer: If you are being abuse and is an illegal immigrant, what you need to do is leave her, because she can report you to INS and you will get deported. Because you are illegal, there is really nothing much you can do with the legal system.
Well its called common marriage he would have to pay child support, illegal immigrants have many rights since her child is a u.s. citizen the government will help her raise the baby. You just have to find more info about it get educated about the subject so you don't become a fool of anyone.
The biological father have to give up his parental rights or this will not be possible. If he is an illegal immigrant he can still have paternal rights in the US. Once his rights are terminated you can apply for adoption.
yes they do even if they are an illegal citizen the ystill have a small amount of rights
Immigration status has no influence on parental rights but you have to prove paternity in court by a DNA test to get them. Then you can also petition to sign the birth certificate.
Yes. Immigrant status has no bearing when it comes to paternal rights.
The same as those of the wife of a legal immigrant, you get half of whatever he has. You may get more if he doesn't understand English
false, immigrants are entitled to all the rights in the Bill of Rights
Immigrant status play no part when it comes to parental rights so she has the same rights as every US single mother which means she has full custody and is the legal guardian of the child since birth. The father have to prove paternity by DNA and can then petition for shared custody, visitation and pay child support.
Same as a US Citizen father, nothing.
An illegal immigrant being used as an unpaid domestic worker
to my knowledge, if you as an American citizen are LEGALLY married to an illegal, all that you have to do is go to your local immigration office and apply for his residency. it is better if you are married in the u.s. before applying. if you guys married in the u.s. so much the better. make sure that he does not have a criminal record or that is it. if you married outside the u.s. what i would do is to marry again in the u.s. so that immigration will "recognize" said marriage, but yes, as a u.s. citizen, applying for your spouse is one of your privileges and rights for being a u.s. citizen...good luck
No single fathers, citizen or non-citizen, has any assumed rights to the child. See link
No as he can't. see link
No. Illegal immigrants regardless of their age are not eligible for adoption. In most instances even a legal immigrant minor already within the US cannot be adopted unless his or her parents have had parental rights terminated or the minor has been declared an orphan, an asylee or a refugee.
no you have to become a legal citizen in order to press charges or anything like that.