Question: What happens if you marry a Norwegian?

If you marry someone who lives in Norway or is a Norwegian citizen, you do not automatically get a residence permit in Norway. In order to live in Norway, you must apply for a residence permit through family immigration with your spouse.

What are the consequences of marrying a foreigner?

Think before you commit marriage fraud. If the real reason youre getting married is so that your spouse can become a permanent resident of the United States (“green card marriage”), seriously consider the consequences. Marriage fraud is a federal crime. The penalty is up to five years in prison and $250,000 in fines.

Will getting married affect my citizenship?

If you marry a U.S, citizen, you wont be eligible for U.S. citizenship right away. If you marry a U.S, citizen, you wont be eligible for U.S. citizenship right away. But you might become eligible for a U.S. green card, which can lead to U.S. citizenship.

How hard is it to get Norwegian citizenship?

Norwegian Citizenship. It is possible for citizens of other countries to become citizens of Norway. However, it is not an easy process! Generally speaking, you will need to have had legal residency in Norway for at least seven years to be able to apply.

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