My sister is applying for citizenship and her husband is here illegally. He got deported once when he came he tried to enter the USA.What should my sister put for Spouse Immigration Status? Would No Lawful Status be okay?If she puts deported will it affect her in any way?
Should I also put the address where my sister's spouse is living now? He lives here in the USA.
Unlawful or illegal immigrant or no status - whichever you prefer
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"No immigration status" would be the best "politically correct" way of putting it in 2013's America.
No, husband's immigration status ( or lack thereof) will not affect sister's N-400 in any way, shape or form.
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I agree with my colleagues. His status, or lack thereof, will not affect your sisters application.
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Your sister needs to answer all questions on the N-400 form truthfully. She will be questioned regarding the application under oath.