I am American and my girlfriend is from London and she is muslim. We met at Uni several years ago and have been together ever since. I have graduated and I am now working in the U.S. to make enough income to support us both in our plans to eventually marry in 2018. We both want to live and marry in the United States. However, now that Donald Trump is going to become president he has called for a ban on all muslims from entering the country during his presidency. If this is the case, will my girlfriend not be allowed in the United States? Will the only way to be able to marry her is if I live in London?
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If India became the 51st state of the Union then all Citizens of India would automatically become citizens of the USA. They would also have to start paying taxes and the India ruble would disappear overnight.
In accordance with US law, spouses of US citizens are granted permanent residence. Unfortunately, this is the basis for numerous investigations related to marriage. As a result of such investigations, many non-US citizens were deported.
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