Can a pregnant woman marry an illegal alien?
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If you marry someone from another country, they are no longer illegal, but a resident alien. The above response does not answer the question. If you marry an illegal person… in the U.S. it is not that simple. The government may require that person to leave the county up to 3 years.
The only way to get the true answer to your question is to call the immigration office. Do it anonymously if your worried about calling. Usually not unless they find out he d…id something wrong
Generally, there is no citizenship requirement for marriage. The woman may present a foreign passport and you can present your U.S. passport when applying for a marriage licen…se. Other than that, there is no difference in the process for marrying.
Both parties must appear in person before a town/city/county clerk, present acceptable identification, pay the applicable fee and meet the requirements for marriage (age, cons…anguinity, etc.) Generally, there is no citizenship requirement for marriage in the United States. A citizen of a foreign country may present a foreign passport.
Your child has the same citizenship as you.. ANSWER: . It is doubtful you would get pregnant from an alien, legal or illegal. Aliens are from outer space and have different …genetic structures. The Grey's for example don't even seem to have any sexual organs.
las Vegas or Mexico. Go for it. :)
Yes, an American citizen can marry an illegal alien in America. Theillegal alien can file for a Visa after marrying an American at theINS office.
Yes. There is generally no citizenship requirement for marriage in the United States. So, if you can marry at the age of 18 in your state, then it doesn't matter if the person… you marry is a citizen, permanent resident or undocumented alien.
yes she gets deported..
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When you marry an illegal alien in Alabama, you give up your US citizenship and become a citizen of your new spouse's country. Correction: It is not possible for a citize…n of the United States to give up his citizenship. Even if you formally renounce your U.S. citizenship and become a citizen of another country, the United States will not recognize your renunciation and you will still be required to pay U.S. income tax. Also, in no case does anyone automatically become a citizen of another country by marrying a citizen of that country - - it is typically a long process taking several years and requiring much more than simply a marriage certificate.
then if they get caught, they will get arrested
MAYBE. I say maybe because to gain a 'green card' the illegal MUST leave the country after the marriage and attend an interview at a local US embassy in their home country. Be…cause they were illegal in the first place you will need strict factual evidences besides a marriage certificate to prove there is an actual bona fide marital relationship. Otherwise they will deny it and ban them. If they are accepted, they WILL need to pay fines for having been in the country illegally. If they eventually get a green card, three years later they can apply to become a US citizen. Be aware, however, that marrying a citizen does not automatically make an illegal alien eligible for citizenship. Specifically, a foreigner who illegally entered the United States and later married a citizen may only become eligible for legal status after leaving the US. for 5 or 10 years before returning. If, however the US embassy determines that the illegal entry was "for the SOLE purpose of marrying to obtain citizenship", the marriage will be annulled and the alien will be banned permanently from entry into the US.
no you wont be charged it happens all the time if that were true then half of the country will be charged. lol
Yes. Legal problems like this do not prohibit people from getting married.
I don't think so seeing it is illegal.
No. It is illegal for an alien without legal status to be physically present in the United States. Although there is an old federal law the makes it a crime to aid and abet an… illegal alien that is already present in the US, reportedly, no one has ever been prosecuted under that law. Recently, some US states have passed laws making it a crime to house or transport an illegal alien, whatever risk there is in doing these acts is not affected by whether you are married to the person or not. Perhaps the biggest risk related to this situation would be attempting to bring your spouse across the border into the United States without a visa. This is the most criminal liability you could be exposed to as the spouse of an illegal alien. Other than that, there is no residency or citizenship requirement for marriage in the United States and, generally, American citizens are free to marry whomever they please and to remain married to them. The most notable exception is marriage to someone of the same sex, which currently cannot be used as the basis for a green card application.