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my mom used to not be an American citizen, but then she took an American citizen test. if u havent tryed that, do it!

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If I Marry An Illegal From Mexico Can He Become A Citizen



Depends- there have been some cases where a LPR, when trying to become a citizen, has been found to lack moral character when married to an illegal.


Well...you shouldn't get married if your boyfriend is illegal.But if you had to I would say neither go for canada.


The illegal immigrant can take his United States citizen son to Mexico; however, it is highly likely that the illegal father will be detained at customs due to his lack of citizenship.




No. Neither will automatically become citizen of the other country.



It's exactly the same as marrying anyone else. The only real difference is that an illegal alien who get's married to a US Citizen will have a much harder time becoming legal.


if they got married to someone who wasn't illegal then she wouldn't be illegal. so she would get the children



No. Immigrants must fulfill certain requirements to become Mexican nationals.


Yes. He should have had his wife start the procedures to sponsor his citizenship when they got married. If she knew he was illegal, she, too, could face criminal charges for housing an illegal alien. Since no illegal can enter into a legally binding contract, the marriage may not be legal either.


I married a Mexican citizen in Mexico and I am a US citizen, and we currently live in Mexico. You can only live in Mexico for the time they alloted on your white paper when you entered the country, usually it is 90-180 days. During that time you should apply for a FM2 at the immigration office. An FM2 is a visa that allows you to live in Mexico. You would qualify for it because you are married to a Mexican citizen. An FM2 is good for as long as you want provided you renew it every year and you can become a citizen after having it for 2 years. FM2 allows you do live and participate as a Mexican citizen would. I currenlty have an FM3, which is a working visa. I got it through my employer. If you want to work in Mexico you could get an FM3 and that would also allow you to stay in Mexico, but it needs to be renewed every year. Good luck and I hope that this helps a little.



He is already married, you can't marry him unless he gets a divorce.


Sure they can get married. It's not easy, because it could be seen as just getting married for a green card, but yeah, someone can get married there.


The spouse and child would NOT be required to return to Mexico. The illegal WILL be REQUIRED to return to Mexico (for consular processing). The visa would be denied due to the overstay. The illegal would then need to file an I-601 waiver to get a green card and move to the US. An illegal merely marrying a US citizen DOES NOT help the illegal at all. This is one of those myths that no matter how hard i try to dispel- people still believe in it. Marriage to a US citizen will only help a person that while currently illegal, had a valid entry (I.e. either entry by the VWP or through a visa with inspection).


If you are US, Canadian or European citizen you can enter Mexico without the need of a visa.


No, Mexican citizens can't get divorced in California if they were married in Mexico. One of the parties would need to be an American citizen.


What is divorce and marriage laws for united states citizen when they get married n mexico?


i got married 2 years ago in las Vegas with a british citizen, i am from Mexico, we also got married on the church but in Mexico how can i get a divorce if i married in las Vegas but i have 1 year living in Mexico?


YES. If you get married in the U.S. to a person who is not legally residing in the United States (i.e. your finace is an "illegal alien"), your new spouse, upon applying for permanent residency papers after you get married, will almost certainly be deported back to Mexico. Once deported, your spouse will be unable to legally enter the U.S. again for a period of anywhere from 5 to 20 years. Your status as a U.S. citizen has no bearing on your spouse's right to stay in the United States if he or she entered the U.S. illegally in the first place. I live in Mexico, and this is what happened to two very close friends of mine. One is a U.S. citizen, the other is a Mexican who was living in the U.S. without legal papers. They're now living in Mexico with no hope of returning together to the U.S. for 15 more years. If you want to get married to a Mexican who is not legally living in the U.S., GET MARRIED IN MEXICO. YES. If you get married in the U.S. to a person who is not legally residing in the United States (i.e. your finace is an "illegal alien"), your new spouse, upon applying for permanent residency papers after you get married, will almost certainly be deported back to Mexico. Once deported, your spouse will be unable to legally enter the U.S. again for a period of anywhere from 5 to 20 years. Your status as a U.S. citizen has no bearing on your spouse's right to stay in the United States if he or she entered the U.S. illegally in the first place. I live in Mexico, and this is what happened to two very close friends of mine. One is a U.S. citizen, the other is a Mexican who was living in the U.S. without legal papers. They're now living in Mexico with no hope of returning together to the U.S. for 15 more years. If you want to get married to a Mexican who is not legally living in the U.S., GET MARRIED IN MEXICO.




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