Yes, an illegal Mexican can get married in the state of North Carolina. They will need to show a photo ID and a birth certificate.
yes but you have to do it for your spouse
A foreigner who marries a Mexican doesn't automatically get Mexican nationality, but they can apply for Mexican nationality after only 2 years instead of waiting longer. For example, a foreigner (not married to a Mexican) who applies for Mexican nationality on the basis of Mexican residence has to wait 5 years.
A alien legally or illegally to the country can not gain citizenship if they get married to a American they have to apply for citizenship to obtain it. That is the answer to the question because the cirumstances of the question does not exist.
No you will not become a Mexican citizen but you will have Mexican recidency. Your fiancee can have the option to apply for citizenship later on if she wants.
Lie about ur wife say she is mexican too
It is illegal.
From what I understand, you can't marry anyone who is already married (unless they divorce their current partner or become a widow)
no, you must file for divorce to be legally divorsed
No. Neither will automatically become citizen of the other country.
Not at all. Legal proceedings must be followed to get citizenship.
Most foreigners can obtain a Mexican passport if they move to Mexico with an immigrant visa and live there for four years (2 years if married to a Mexican citizen). Then one can apply for Mexican citizenship and passport.
No. Get married.
Report her to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
You must move to Mexico with your spouse and live there for two years with an immigrant visa, then you can apply for Mexican citizenship. You can have both a Mexican and a US passport and be a dual citizen. If you were not married to a Mexican citizen, you would have to live there for four years.
Well, because the answer if both of you are of the same country of origin is so obvious, I am going to assume you mean one of US citizenship and one of Mexican citizenship. If you want to get married in the US, the person with US citizenship would have to set up the marriage. I would ask your local government officials.
Anyone born in the US, regardless of the citizenship of the parents, can elect to be a US citizen.
They will be just married to the card holder; that will not help the illegal in any way, and could have a bearing on whether the card holder can get citizenship (assisting a person they know to be committing a crime, for example).
Yes, after living in Mexico for two years, as opposed to five years if you are not married to a Mexican. The Mexican Supreme Court has ruled that same-sex marriages must be recognized.
Yes. It is illegal to marry ANYONE for citizenship purposes only. That person could be deported and barred from life from this country and the citizen that married him/her could face hefty fines or prison time.
It might be better for your favorite illegal person to go home before you marry them. Then, get married and apply for permanent status. It will not go as smoothly if you try to change their status while they are in the US.
No, he is no longer married to a citizen so no longer has citizen status; unless he has applied for and completed the citizenship process to become a citizen in his own right.
yes but it takes lots of time and money