The belief that marriage to a US citizen makes an illegal “legal” is probably among the top immigration myths. But to answer your question, the answer is, it depends: 1) if first entry was legal but you overstayed (i.e. visa expired) then YES, marriage to a US citizen is a
Yes, Arnaz married Edith Mack Hirsch on March 2, 1963. I don’t think he remarried after the death on Edith in 1985.
NO, the HIndu girl will have to change her religeon to get married to a Muslim MAN
Miscegenation (Latin miscere “to mix” + genus “kind”) is the mixing of different racial groups, that is, marrying, cohabiting, having sexual relations and having children with a partner from outside one’s racially or ethnically defined group. In the United States Miscegentation laws were laws that banned interracial marriage and sometimes
Doesn’t sound right. If your child lived with you instead of his/her mother I wouldn’t think so. I actually would think you should get it. I would contact an attorney and have it looked into.
AnswerCommon law marriage makes estate planning especially important. It should only be done with expert help from an estate planning attorney who can help protect the interest of the surviving partner.
In countries where arranged marriages still occur, they are usually still prevalent BECAUSE they work. A failed marriage is frowned upon in such societies, to the extent where in some cases a woman can be injured, disfigured or even killed for trying to escape the marriage or committing adultery. In
i dont think you will be able to do that
No. There is no legal recognition of such marriages in Gabon.