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How to get around anti-polygamy laws in the united states?

A:  well, you won''t be able to directly. you can''t file for her as long as you''re currently married to your first wife. US immigration law doesn''t allow anyone to bring in more than one spouse. If you want to live with both wives, you''re free to do so in Saudi Arabia, which recognizes shariah law. The US doesn''t. edit: strictly speaking, practicing polygamy is a visa ineligibility under US law. When Americans go to Saudi Arabia they are forced to follow Saudi law, no exceptions. Why do you think you should be excepted from US law? I don''t really believe this is a real question, but you could always adopt your...

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How do I obtain a visa for my fiance'' in the united states? What is the Process?

A:  Answer from the law Office of George Gilmer, located in Brooklyn NY...serving all of NYC. First of all the process for a prospective spouse to obtain the fiancee visa should take about three to four months. Once the visa is obtained, the spouse can leave his or her home country and once in the united states, the prospective spouse must be married to the sponsor within 90 days or face mandatory deportation. Also, 1. The sponsor must be a U.S. citizen. 2. The sponsor have met your fiancee in person within the previous two years.* 3. Both the sponsor and the fiancee are legally free to marry. 4. The sponsor meets certain minimum income requirements.* 5. The sponsor''s fiancee does not have a...

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How do Canadian celebrities/entertainers get to move to the united states and stay there?

A:  The answer is money, the make lots of it, therefore they are welcome into the united states. It''s not that difficult to understand... You have to line up an offer first. Then the company hiring you can have their immigration lawyer get you an ''O'' visa. You cannot apply for a US visa yourself. All US visas are sponsored. Here is my standard blurb for Canadians For a Canadian citizen to move to the USA, there is a backdoor system. Where you just go up to the border with a job offer letter from a US employer, pay US$56.00 and they stamp your passport and you are good for three years. And there is no limit to the number of times you can get a new visa for another three years. The catch is that you can only do this if...

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How does the inheritance tax work?

A:  An inheritance tax (also known as an estate tax or death duty) is a tax which arises on the death of an individual. It is a tax on the estate, or total value of the money and property, of a person who has died. Inheritance tax is a tax imposed on the privilege of receiving property by inheritance or legal succession and assessed on the value of the property received. Florida inheritance tax is no longer functional in Florida. It has been replaced by the Florida estate tax. In Florida, the estate tax is imposed on the personal and real properties owned by any individual at the time of his death. Inheritance tax, estate tax, and death tax or duty is the names given to various taxes which arise on the death of an individual. It is levied on the property accruing to each beneficiary of...

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Will Voters Rebuke President Obama and Mexico`s Attack on Democracy in Arizona and All the united states?

A:  At first I did not care for our Commander and Chief. He grew on my a little. But I live in a border state and work in oil and gas drilling. If he doesn''t do anything to stop the influx of illegals I will have to change my vote back to Republican ( Thumbs down all you want. We already know most of you Dem''s are that petty. So I won''t be shocked or cry myself to sleep tonight). I honestly gave the guy a fair shake and supported him as an American should and still do and will till his term or terms are up. But this is a huge problem . I am sick of seeing the social services that we as tax payers fund drained over and over again by people that are not entitled to it. These programs are for my fellow citizens that need it. That''s why they were created . Not to...

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Why dosen''t the united states repeal the law giving citizen status to children of illegals?

A:  Because as with most developed Nations, under united states law, any person born within the united states (including the overseas territories of Puerto Rico, Guam, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and the Northern Mariana Islands) is automatically granted U.S. citizenship. The same holds true to many of the children born to American citizens overseas. The Naturalization Act (1790) provided the first rules regarding national citizenship and since then the lprinciples have been further refined and entrenched in law. It all has it roots in British Common law, which the US adopted and further developed throughout it''s history,...

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Is there any possibility that i can get my visa stamped in the united states.?

A:  No, the US doesn''t issue visas inside the US except to serving diplomats who are renewing their visas. As noted, there is no system to issue visas and admit people at the airport unlike some other countries. I am a US citizen and have been out and back in the states multiple times... I have yet to see a stamp. But I''m pretty sure that foreign tourists/students/etc. have to get them stamped when they enter the country. i don''t know for sure though. No. The united states does not provide Visa Upon Arrival. You will need to get a visa stamped on your passport at the country of origin or at your home country before your trip to the united

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Bringing my wife from jamaica to the united states?

A:  Hello, You can visit ''Q. How can I expedite my Petition for Alien Relative (Form I-130), to bring my spouse to the united states? Is there a way she/he can enter the united states while the petition is being processed? A. Citizens of the united states, who are serving in the U.S. Armed Forces, and have a Petition for Alien Relative (Form I-130) pending on behalf of their spouse, may e-mail or telephone the USCIS military assistance team and ask for expedited processing of that petition. While the petition is pending, your spouse may enter the united states on a K-3 nonimmigrant visa. To apply...

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What would happen to the fabric of our culture, within the united states if, we granted amnesty?

A:  We would have 10 million more hostile illiterate to semi literate uneducated people who would vote for the Democrats who promise to increase their welfare benefits. The amnesty would encourge tens of millions more illegal aliens to enter The united states of America in the hopes of being here for the next amnesty. Nothing directly would happen to the fabric of our culture. It would, however, lead to an even greater increase in illegal immigration. They would know if they got here and stayed, at some point another amnesty would be offered. At what point do we recognize the problems we are creating. Stressing our healthcare and welfare systems, burdening our police departments with increased crime, and not being a part of our tax system are...

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What led the united states to declare war on Mexico in May 1846?

A:  none of the above - The U.S. decided it no longer wanted to honor the Adams-Onis Treaty. In that treaty the U.S. agreed it had no claim to Texas and that the mexican border went up to Corpus Christi. Put simply, the U.S. changed their mind - and started a war as a land/resources grab. (A). Mostly, other issues did exist between the U.S. and Mexico as well as France, England and Mexico. After independence from Mexico, the Mexican congress refused to recognize Texan independence and refused to give up its claim to Texas, Mexico saw Texas as a rich and rebellious territory that should be retaken. The Mexican government had long threatened the united states with war if annexation of Texas were attempted. When Texas joined the U.S. as a state in...