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    I am engaged to a Mexican. He is not registered nor does he have papers to be in the US legally. We planned to get married up at the county Court House, but I don't know where to go from there? Does anyone know what forms or papers we have to get and fill out? Do I need a lawyer? I'm so lost, someone, please help!

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    I am engaged to a Mexican. He is not registered nor does he have papers to be in the US legally. We planned to get married up at the county Court House, but I don't know where to go from there? Does anyone know what forms or papers we have to get and fill out? Do I need a lawyer? I'm so lost, someone, please help!

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    • #3
      Does he have any kind of ID?
      Did he cross the border legally, or EWI (entered without inspection)?

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      • #4
        ImmortalE is definitely an optimist to believe that anyone from Mexico might respect America's sovereignty and the rule of law enough to enter the country with a passport and a visa.

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        • #5
          ImmortalE is definitely an optimist to believe that >>>anyone<<< from Mexico might respect America's sovereignty and the rule of law enough to enter the country with a passport and a visa.
          Are you suggesting that Mexican President Vincente Fox has run accross the border illegally/without a passport when visiting US President in Texas ranch?

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          • #6
            SunDevilUSA: you are wasting your time if you believe that ImmortalE has ever had an original thought in his/her pea-sized brain. All this clown can do is cut and paste others' thoughts or opinions - he/she would not know a visa from a ***** - nor does he/she have a single clue about our immigration laws and regulations.
            This moron apparently scours the net (probably while masturbating) looking for precious quotes regarding immigration - which he/she then cuts and pastes in response to almost any post.
            When you challenge this evolutionary misfit, all you get back is some braindead reply about how God is going to be called upon to have mercy upon you....as if this too-dumb-to-be a TV evangelist could summon up any deity like a genie in a bottle.

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            • #7
              Someone12,

              I like how you constantly discredit yourself and display your ignorance of a subject-matter in a way that makes it totally unnessessary for me to refute your rather amusing for readers claims.

              But as a Human being I have sense of compassion for you - for you know not what you are saying or doing. It is beyond any doubt that you are deeply troubled in your mind person.

              May God help you get healed!

              Amen!

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              • #8
                ImmortalE: With all due respect, the President of Mexico shows no regard for America's sovereignty. He openly advocates for Mexicans to (illegally) migrate to the United States, as is evident from the pamphlets that the Mexican government distributes to its people.

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                • #9
                  With all due respect, but the subject you brought was different: you said I am "definitely an optimist" if I beleive that "ANYONE from Mexico might respect" rules of law and suvereignety of America enough "to enter the country with visa and passport".


                  Now I find it hard to imagine that even Vincente Fox have entered US illegaly, without visa and passport(that's what your statement implied).

                  Contrary to that, I beleive there are many Mexicans who visit/migrate to US legally, and those who come here illegally are not even the majority of Mexicans who cross the border (you can access statistics easily. Mexicans are among the largest number of LEGAL visitors/immigrants to US).

                  Finally, the OP poster asked for help (probably a USC), and not irrelevant speculations about intentions/actions of all Mexicans without exceptions, and I couldn't answer her questions before knowing for sure how her fiance entered US and whether he had any forms of ID.

                  Best regards!

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                  • #10
                    CONFUSED!!! Go to www.immigrate2us.net

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                    • #11
                      Without any due respect - Canadians and Amreicans do not need visas or passports to cross the northern border (this is changing). Does this mean that we have no respect for the laws of either country? No - we have treaties and agreements!
                      Since they are not part of the Visa Waiver Program, VWP requirements for machine-readable or biometric passports do not apply to nationals of Canada, Mexico or Bermuda. Citizens and permanent residents of Mexico generally must have a nonimmigrant visa or Border Crossing Card.

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                      • #12
                        One of the users here claimed that I am "DEFINITELY AN OPTIMIST TO BELIEVE THAT ANYONE FROM MEXICO MIGHT [respect America's sovereignty and the rule of law enough to] ENTER THE COUNTRY
                        WITH PASSPORT AND A VISA ".

                        That statement implies that NOT even Mexican President Vincente Fox had a Passport or Visa when visiting US,
                        let alone millions of LEGAL MEXICAN Immigrants and visitors who, according to statistics, constitute one of the largest segments of LEGAL Visitors and Immigrants to US.

                        I was rather amused when trying to imagine all those Mexican dignitaries and ambassadors, running barefeet through the desert,somewhere around Arizona, without a Visa & Passport - no documents whatsoever!

                        Now somebody (not Someone12! ) please share your thoughts:
                        Besides being ridiculously misleading and wrong, what relevance such claim had to the question posted by OP?

                        Thank You &
                        Best Regards!

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                        • #13
                          He will need his birth certificated to get married. Nobody has to ask more about it.
                          After you get married, you need to find a good lawyer to help you fill up the immigration paperwork. You can go to http://uscis.gov/graphics/. There you can find all the information needed and you even can ask for the forms needed. You will only pay when you send them to the immigration office; however, it is a pain in the butt to fill them up and one single mistake can make them deny the petition. It is better to have a good lawyer. A little expensive, around $3,000 but the process is a lot smoother.
                          It doesn't matter your boyfriend status. There are ways to get around as long as he doesn't have a criminal record. In some cases there is a penalty to pay. As always money rules the world. Beware, first: once you ask to adjust his status, you are economically responsible for him up until he gets the citizenship. Second: it takes time, a lot of apppointments, trips to get pictures, trips to the "medical exam", fingerprints, interviews and a lot of phone calls.
                          For all the people who think we just come here and take advantage of the wonderful US welcome, reality check. It is a very expensive and time consuming process. It requires to have a big tolerance for bureaucracy, and tolerance for extreme rude behavior of immigration officers that have thicker accent than many of us. Good luck!

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                          • #14
                            www.visacentral.net she's a good attorney and very knowledgable. She can help you tremendously.

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                            • #15
                              Hi, I wanted to write you & tell you somethings I have already just beginning been through. I am and have been married to an illegal mexican for 2 years now & we have a 1 yr old daughter together. I want to say to you if you really love this person find out everything you can about helping him to become legal or think about him going home & to first try to come here legally. My husband has been here in the US for 10 years and I really love him and the fact that he wasn't legal never mattered to me when I married him. We were married in Las Vegas where pretty much anyone with an ID can get married & even after we were married then we never thought about even trying to make him legal but now we have a baby and the thought of him ever having to be sent away from her and myself is very frightening so I have personally contacted a few different lawyers just to begin getting some info and I have found that there isn't many people willing to help. I was told by one lawyer that sure it could be done but we would have to be in Mexico anywhere from 6mo to 3 yrs & even then it's not a garauntee, (keep in mind too that my husband has never done anything to be in trouble with the law either) Another said absolutely nothing you can do unless you want him to be barred for 10 years as there is proof that he has been here illegally (i.e. we were married and have a baby here) and then immigration said the only possible way to become legal after having entered here illegally is asylum (and that is not an option) and also I couldn't even apply for a visa for him if he were in Mexico as he has been here illegally. So please think it through and get all the info you can first, and if you find out anything that could help let me know too my e-mail is rodriguez1137@sbcglobal.net, or even if you want to talk e-mail me. Good luck to you.

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