No state in the country bans a marriage between an illegal alien and some legally here. Just understand that you two might need to show the marriage was sincerely motivated . Good luck!
Yes you can, but it will only have the potential to help if you can prove that you married because you love each other and not just to attempt to gain an immigration benefit. Because you would be getting married after he was placed in removal proceedings, you will have a harder time of proving the legitimacy of the marriage. I wish you the best of luck.
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ICE has nothing to say about who marries who. There is no requirement for either party to be a citizen either, for them to marry in the US. Good luck to you both.
I do not see why not. Propose, invite her to the local marraige bureau and marry her. Good luck.
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You can contract marriage with whomever you desire so and that comes from the constitional freedom( excluding same sex marriage in some instances). However, you should know the consequences of entering into a sham marriage just to benefit immigration status. Your spouse is entitled to benefit immigration status, assuming you are a US citizen, as long as you can show that your marriage is bonafide and you two married each other for love and affection and actually sharing life together. Consultation with an immigration attorney is a must in your case. Your wife to be is in a serious situation and should retain a lawyer.
Yes, you can legally marry her in Texas. Make sure that she has valid ID. Depending on the circumstances, she may qualify for more than asylum, especially if you are US Citizen. I highly recommend you speak with an expierenced immigration attorney.
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