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Must See Immigration Video – How to Pass the Fiance and Marriage Interviews

I recently watched a video on How to Pass the K-1 Fiance(e) and Marriage Interviews and I must say I am impressed. The video is full of excellent information for international couples seeking a U.S. fiance visa, immigrant visa, or green card for a foreign national. Highlights of the topics covered include: Eligibility Requirements for the (1)  K-1 fiance visa, (2)  K-3 spouse visa,…

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Caution: Check Your FBI Fingerprint Record Before Applying for Citizenship or a Green Card

Your Federal Bureau of Investigation or FBI fingerprint record contains information about your criminal history (if any). Additionally, it may also include documented immigration violations

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Obtain Strong Support Letters When Seeking Immigration Benefits

Strong support letters can be very helpful in immigration, particularly when seeking naturalization (citizenship), a waiver of something that prevents you from obtaining a visa to enter the country, or when fighting removal (deportation). Strong support letters are critical if there is anything in your background that may lead to discretionary denial of the benefit or relief you are seeking….

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7 Ways to Prepare Now For Your Upcoming Fiance Visa or Spouse Green Card Petition

Most international couples seeking a U.S. green card or immigrant visa fall into one of three categories: the couple is not yet married and the U.S. citizen seeks a fiance visa to bring the foreign national to the U.S. for marriage and to become a Legal Permanent Resident (green card holder). the couple is married and the foreign national spouse…

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How Does a US Citizen Living Abroad Prove “Intent to Domicile” in the U.S for Green Card Sponsorship?

Often a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident lives abroad and wants to sponsor a family member for an immigrant visa or green card. A question often arises: does the sponsor have to live in the U.S. to file the petition for the relative?  The answer: technically, yes, but the sponsor can prove “intent to domicile” in the U.S. even while…

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