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Marriage Visa Lawyer

 


Our immigration lawyers are ready to assit you in your marriage visa

Are you and your foreign spouse ready for an exciting new chapter in the United States? Unlock the key to making your dream come true with a marriage-based green card or adjustment of status through the marriage process. This invaluable opportunity allows your spouse to legally reside and work in the US, providing security and stability for your future together.

Navigating the complex journey of obtaining a marriage-based green card can feel overwhelming, but fear not! Francis Law Center is here to be your guiding light. As a dedicated immigration law firm, our experienced team has the expertise to lead you through every step of the process, no matter where your spouse is located.


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Understanding the Marriage-based Green Card Process

  • Welcome to the process of obtaining a marriage-based green card! Before diving in, let’s explore the eligibility requirements you need to fulfill:

    – Have a genuine marriage with a US Citizen or Permanent Resident
    – Neither you nor your spouse is married to someone else
    – You, as the foreign spouse, were admitted and inspected during your last entry into the US

    However, it doesn’t stop there! Other factors, such as the authenticity of your marriage, inadmissibility concerns, previous marriages, and the usage of nonimmigrant visas, can impact the visa and green card applications of your spouse. Excitingly, in certain situations, a waiver might be needed if you entered the US without inspection. So, let’s embark on this journey together and ensure a smooth path to your spouse’s visa and green card success!


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