No. You apply in the US. The only issue is whether he has to return to India for permission from his country. But I believe that's handled through his consulate (most major cities have a consulate for India). * The foreign national spouse will be required to voluntarily leave the U.S. or be officially deported. Immigration laws no longer allow a citizen spouse to apply for permanent resident status of a spouse who was unlawfully present at the time of the marriage. There are a few exceptions to the law, such as a person who qualifies as a refugee or asylee. Because the person entered the U.S. illegally they will not be able to apply for reentry for at least one year or if they have been in the U.S. for more than a year the time becomes 10 years, with exceptions made based on the merit of individual cases. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
A national citizen is the person that owes allegiance to a state or a country. A residential citizen is a person that is born within a country or a state.
when a illegal immigrant marries a u.s. citizen he or she becomes a u.s. citizen and does not have to return to his or her country I don't think that it's entirely true. If you don't have any papers, then you can not become a US citizen UNLESS you have a visa or greencard.
Yes, but it is easier then applying from a different country.
That should not necessarily have a bearing on your greencard status. When an individual is getting their green card based on marriage, the important part is having a valid American marriage to an American and that can happen in another country if that is where you want your wedding to take place. When a U.S. citizen marries a non-U.S. citizen, the couple will have to participate in a marriage interview so the non-U.S. citizen can obtain permanent residency. The marriage interview is used to assist the immigration authorities in determining the legitimacy of the marriage.
The word applying to a country or nation is spelled national.
Charles Sobhraj is a French national.
Yes. He can adjust status to that of legal permanent resident without leaving the country.
You need to be a citizen of a commonwealth country and then qualify to participate in your national team
You must be living in the UK and have a right to work there. As a non-UK citizen, this will mean you will have to have a visa that allows you to work in the country or you must already be a citizen of an EEA country.
Passports aren't issued by cities, they are issued by countries. In order to have a passport, you need to be a citizen of the country you are applying to. So if you are a British citizen, you get a UK passport, if you are a Canadian citizen, you get a Canadian passport. It doesn't matter where you were born, it's what country you are a citizen. If you don't have citizenship then you cannot have a passport. Ex: A Canadian citizen, who is NOT an American citizen cannot have a US passport.
To get a passport of any specific country, you need to be a citizen of that country first. In case a foreign national wants to get a passport of a different country, then he/she should first become a citizen. Only then will they be able to apply for a passport.
Once you are officially married to an American citizen, you can not be deported from the country, unless you engage in a criminal offense.
If she came in legally, you can file for her greencard. If she came in illegally, she will not be able to get her greencard without leaving the country. I am assuming that your wife entered the US illegally otherwise she should have I-94. A person who marries a legal foreigner can definitely apply for her/his greencard, but has to take the first steps which is AOS, EAD and advanced parole. If your wife is an illegal alien, consult an immigration lawyer.
First step is to become legal, which means returning to their home country and applying for a visa.
Citizen and national are terms that are often used interchangeably. In some situations a national might be considered as someone who originally came from another country or is of a different race to most Irish people. This would be particularly where the term "Foreign national " is used. They could still become a citizen of Ireland, as many have.
Yes, but you need unexpired Passport from country of origin also.
because if you live in England for 5 years you get a citizen and haven't been called up for the national team of your birthplace you can then be called up for the national team of the country you are in.
citizen-means that you are loyal to your country and that you were probably born in that countrycitizen is when you are from another countryIf you are born in America, you are a citizen of America. If you're born in Japan, you're a citizen of Japan. Get it?
A citizen has to obey the laws of his country and be loyal to his country. The citizen also has to pay taxes.
It depends on what country you want to be a citizen of. Which country do you want to be a citizen of?
Depends on the context. A British Citizen is anyone BORN in Great Britain. A British National is someone who has emigrated to Great Britain from another country and gone through due legal process to get here.