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Why I Practice Immigration Law for Couples, Part 3: How a Website Helped Get Fiancé Visa

Diligently following the government’s instructions, after the fiancé visa petition was approved by USCIS, we gathered even more evidence in preparation of the visa interview to prove to the Consular officer that this was a true love match and that we did indeed plan to marry and live happily ever after. Proof of Upcoming Wedding At the interview at the…

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Why I Practice Immigration Law for Couples, Part 2: Love Tension Is In the Air = Green Card Approved!

Let’s continue the story of how I was first introduced to the challenges of immigration when I became engaged to a foreign national and tried to bring him to the U.S. to marry. This is why I love to help couples in my practice, particularly U.S. citizens or Legal Permanent Residents who are trying to sponsor their fiancé or spouse…

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Why I Practice Immigration Law for Couples, Part 1: How I Imported My Husband

Now that I have you attention from the title, let me confess that I did not import my husband, per se, since you cannot legally do that.   However, because my husband and I survived the immigration process, I know what you are about to go through. My Personal Experience with Immigration This is what I tell couples during their consultation…

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Georgia lawmakers pass Arizona Style Immigration Law

Georgia lawmakers pass Arizona-style immigration law – http://t.co/3PxFKqz #cnn

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Mi Familia Vota

This past weekend the attorneys of The Law Office of Tanya M. Lee  had the honor of speaking at the first Naturalization Education Forum organized by Mi Familia Vota. The event was held at Greenway Middle School in North Phoenix, Arizona with just under 150 attendees.  Attorneys, including our own Bruno Gitnatch,spoke to the audience on the eligibility requirements and process for naturalization, as well as…

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