You would need to get married in Denmark and then file for Permanent Residency here in the US. You can get an application by calling INS.
Living Like a Refugee was created on 2006-09-25.
Not if you are currently living in Australia, no.
Yes, because you are abusing the laws of America
If you are married to an American citizen, living in Germany, and are a German citizen, you will likely need a Visa or a Green card to enter the US, depending on how long you will be in the US and why you are coming.
They live in Canada
you can apply for citizenship after three years of living in the us. the years do not have to be consecutive.
I think the living is to have the living toi stay anywere
go there and check the local courthouses
If you plan on getting married in the US, file for a K-1 Fiance visa. It will take about 6-8 months.
No she cannot. To become a US citizen you must be a US resident. Niether can you become a permenant resident for the same reason.
he has to apply in the country of which he is a citizen: eg: a German citizen living in Denmark must apply at the German consolate to obtain a Visa
It would probably be easiest in the country where you were married. Also, if everybody is in agreement, get an "uncontested" divorce. They are much easier and cheaper.
No. They must apply for a greencard, or other form of immigration
Living in the State (novanet)
Denmark has the sixth highest economy in the world. It's good.
They farm for crops and fish. Denmark is not a developed country.
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it's a skimmer
it likes being so happy and sad at the same time After a person becomes a refugee he or her will move to a neighbor refugee camp where camps will be built to privide the basic living needs to them. --- It varies a lot, but life is usually very hard for refugees until they are able to lead "normal" lives again and earn their living.
People who live in Denmark are Danish, or "dansk". The name for a person living in Denmark is a "dane", or "dansker".