Why illegal aliens who enter the US unlawfully don’t get married. Cheaters
These illegals will buy a home and shack up, but they will not get married. They do t want to get caught and sent back to their country. They snuck in to the US decades ago and Never got legalized. They had a kid, dropped out of high school and stayed close to family which probably lives NY or CA. This is what these illegals do. Marriage could raise a red flag on the he undocumented
Despite the fact that your marriage may be valid, when an illegal immigrant seeks to become a legal resident, various issues come up. The biggest concern is the time the non-citizen spent without legal documents in the United States, particularly if the person entered without inspection (for example, by crossing the border illegally).
If you have spent more than six months (180 days) here after an illegal entry, and apply for a green card, you will most likely have to travel to a consulate outside the U.S. for your green card interview. There, you could be penalized for your illegal entry and stay.
The penalty for an unlawful stay of between 180 and 365 days is having to spend three years outside the United States before returning. If you have spent more than one year in the U.S. unlawfully, you’ll need to spend ten years outside the United States before returning.
You might be able to get a “waiver” (legal forgiveness) of your illegal stay before leaving for the consulate, but these are hard to get. (And illegal entrants for the most part have no right to “adjust status,” that is, file all green card paperwork and attend the interview, within the United States. There are a few exceptions, however, for people who fall under an old law called 245(i); to find out who can take advantage of these, see Adjustment of Status to Permanent Resident – FAQ.)
Immigrants who entered the United States (on their most recent entry) with a visa or other valid paperwork and are married to a U.S. citizen don’t, however, have this problem. That’s because they are allowed to submit all their paperwork within the United States and attend their interview here—which means they can’t be penalized by being kept from returning to the United States, because they never left. (They may face a separate problem, however, if they used a visa meant for one purpose, such as tourism, with the secret idea of marrying a U.S. citizen and getting a green card. That’s visa fraud, and can lead to green card denial.)
Meeting Other Criteria for Getting Green Card Through Marriage to a U.S. Citizen
Of course, to get a green card based on marriage, you would also have to prove that you meet all the various other eligibility criteria, such as that it is a valid (legally recognized) marriage and that it’s “bona fide” marriage (not just an arrangement to get a green card).
You’d also have to overcome any other possible grounds of inadmissibility, by showing, for example, that you haven’t committed certain types of crimes (or more than two of any crimes), don’t have a communicable disease that would present a danger within the U.S., and won’t require public assistance (sometimes called welfare). But as mentioned above, these are the least of your worries if you entered without a visa.
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