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Nathan information on Marrying an illegal

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 08th, 2016 on Immigration - Kentucky
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I'm wanting to marry my son's dad he has been charged with a felony of a crime he did not commit our son is now 20 years old can he still get a citizenship even though that he is charged with a felony
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Answered on Jun 09th, 2016 at 2:19 PM
  • The first step would be for your son's father to become a lawful permanent resident. A person must be resident for a set amount of time before becoming a citizen. Whether your son's father can become a permanent resident will depend upon more information about the criminal case. Unfortunately, without knowing if he was convicted and if so, under what statute and the penalty imposed it is impossible to determine whether he can become a resident. Could you please provide more information about the criminal charges? In the interim, you can read more about criminal matters and immigration at http://myattorneyusa.com/criminal-aliens.

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