What does it take to become a legal immigrant? Go through the 10-step naturalization process which includes: Determining your eligibility to become an American citizen. Completing Form N-400, the application for naturalization, and creating a free account to submit your form online. Taking the U.S. Naturalization Test and having a personal interview.
Can you get a green card if you entered illegally? If you entered the United States illegally (as opposed to overstaying), you cannot apply for a green card from inside the United States.
How do you get a green card if you are undocumented? Undocumented Immigrants Might Qualify for Green Card by Marrying U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. Entering into a valid, bona fide (real, not sham) marriage with a U.S. citizen (of the same or opposite sex) makes you an “immediate relative” under the U.S. immigration laws.
Can you sponsor an illegal immigrant? Anyone who intends to sponsor someone else for a green card must fill out and submit an affidavit of support. This affidavit is essentially a legal contract between the sponsor, the person who is filing for someone to get a green card, and USCIS.