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If you’re trying to file for your spouse or fiancé, there are many options available. We can tell you which option is best for your particular situation: K-1 fiancé, consular processing (the “marriage visa” or “spouse visa”), K-3, adjustment of status, or some other option.
We’ve advised and successfully filed hundreds of marriage-based cases. Some common issues we’ve dealt with:
- What if I’m no longer living with my spouse?
- What questions can I expect at the interview? Will my lawyer help me?
- What documents will I need to prove my marriage is real?
- I have a criminal record, or I entered without inspection. Can anything be done?
- I have my two year green card and need to file Form I-751 (to convert it to a 10 year green card.) How do I do this?
- What if I, or my spouse, don’t have a birth certificate?
- I’m in a same-sex relationship. Is there anything different I need to do?
- What if we were only married religiously? Or in a traditional marriage overseas in our country?
- I got divorced back home. Will it be valid in the US?
- My spouse is much older than me. Will USCIS be suspicious?
- I don’t make enough money to file an affidavit of support. What do I do?
- My spouse abused me. What should I do?
- What’s the fastest way? Should I get married overseas or do the fiancée visa?
- Should I do marriage visa or a K-3?
- My spouse has a tourist visa. Why not have her come here and file adjustment of status (Form I-485)?
- How much will USCIS investigate my marriage?
- USCIS thinks my marriage was fraudulent. What do I do?
It’s easy to get started. Whatever the need, we are here to help. Use the form to send us an email, or call (703) 964-0245 to set up your consultation.
The custom plan we formulate for you is based on our intimate familiarity with current immigration processing times and procedures, to give you the best and most accurate timeline possible. We are with you every step of the way, from the I-130 petition to the National Visa Center (NVC), helping you get police reports, completing forms, preparation for interviews, immigration medical exam information, and tips and tricks to minimize stress and headaches. We also make sure you don’t fall victim to common pitfalls – and there are many.
The stakes are high. Do it right, the first time. Contact us today.
KNOWLEDGE CENTER: Be sure to read our easy-to-understand overview guide to family-based immigration. Understand all about priority dates, the Visa Bulletin and preference categories.