I’m not sure if you’re asking, “I would like to marry an illegal immigrant, where can I find one”? If so, ask around (friends/family/friends of friends), people are looking to marry into country’s, and become legal citizens. Though my understanding of your question may be wrong, I tried to answer
Yes, it is considered one of 4 crimes for which there is NO WAIVER. If convicted of false claim of U.S. citizenship- you will NEVER get legal status. Marriage to a citizen means nothing.
She will still need to be sponsored by the spouse (who is an American Citizen) and apply for residency first.Once permanent residency is granted, she has to wait (I believe it’s approximately two years) to apply for citizenship.
Your boyfriend can file you, and list his mother as the sponsor.His mother has to earn enough money to be able to support herselfand her dependents, as well as you. When she files the paperwork tosponsor you, she is telling the government that she will take careof you. She can
If the marriage license was issued and executed, the marriage is going to be considered legal. It could be annulled, depending on the laws of the state in question.
Yes. In fact, if a person is born in United States territory, he is a natural born American citizen even if both parents are non-citizens.
If a child has a United States citizen as a parent, they are a citizen as well.
You will have to consult an immigration attorney. In most cases, he will have to leave the country and apply for a visa. This could take several years!
First thing that one would require to become a US citizen is the Green Card. For that they need a sponsor. Once obtained a Green card, then they have to be a green card holder for 5 years ( 3 yrs for conditional residents). Third is maintaining a continuous residence
How you can get greencard if you work with visa J1?”