Its illegal almost everywhere, its child porn basically
AnswerIm illegal alien, my ex is illegal alien and the kid is illegal alien, guess what i have to pay child support, laws are for everyone not matter your status as long your feets are in U.S.
Many people are not sure but it is illegal to kill blackbirds in Tennessee.
No, it is no more illegal for a teacher to text a student than to email a student. It would be inappropriate for such to happen without the prior knowledge of the parents of the student, but not illegal.
In the US, this is known as child pornography, and is illegal.
No. Illegal immigrants are subject to deportation with or without a criminal conviction. Permanent resident status and naturalized citizenship can be revoked if the circumstances warrant and the convicted person can be deported to his or her country of origin and permanently banned for applying for reentry into the US.
A foreign national whether illegal or permanent resident status when convicted of a felony is subject to imprisonment and/or deportation after their imposed sentence has been served. The quicker the better!
If convicted of an offence, the immigrants may either be deported or jailed and then deported.
An alien is not illegal as long as she/he has documentation of status. An alien who is documented to be a permanent resident is not illegal. If the alien does not have and never has had documentation of an immigration status, then that person is an illegal alien.
no, only us citizen can help for permanent resident
The illegal immigrant will be deported when caught.
No, marriage of a legal or illegal foreign national to a U.S. citizen does not automatically confer citizenship nor permanent resident status to the individual. United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, http://www.uscis.gov
If you are convicted of a crime while in the country illegally, you would be deported and then not allowed to apply for naturalization.
Generallythey will serve their sentence and once that is done they are deported. If as an illegal alien you commit a crime you are still tried and sentence just like a citizen.
If there is illegal entry- only on the basis of marriage to a U.S. citizen AND you are granted a waiver for the deportation. The waiver is not easy to obtain, and those that were deported merely for illegal presence have a better chance that those who were deported with criminal records. Moreover, if it is a serious crime such as robbery, rape, murder, fraud- then a waiver would be impossibly difficult to get.
6 months after marriage the illegal immigrant will receive a temporary green card. 2 years after marriage another interview is setup and they receive a permanent green card that lasts for 10 years. During this time the illegal resident may apply for US citizenship.
yes if they are an illegal immigrant they will be deported back to where they came