FINALLY!!! You’ve met your knight in shining armor or your Cinderella and you’re ready to get married. The only problem is that you live on opposite sides of the globe. You may have heard of the K-1 fiancée visa, but you don’t know where to begin. Or maybe, you managed to complete the I-129F forContinue reading “My Fiancée Visa I-129F is Approved What Next? And is There a Faster Way?”
When violence erupts in the home and you are without status in the United States, a foreign national is eligible to adjust status through VAWA or a U visa. (VAWA explained below). However, finding new love and remarrying soon after terminating the problematic marriage may throw a serious monkey wrench into your ability to adjustContinue reading “Being Strategic with Marriage After Abuse When You’re Not Legalized in the U.S.”
If you or someone you know is in U.S. Immigration removal/deportation proceedings and the legal relief is based on a U.S. Citizen Spouse (“USC”), it is vital to keep the relationship with your USC spouse healthy.