Marriage Visa - Frequently Asked Questions
I am applying for my marriage visa (adjustment of status) and I am very worried if the immigration officer will think I am committing marriage fraud since we only have known each other such a short time. What can I do to avoid this and stay married and get my wife's green card?
Answer:US Immigration Officers zealously examine all individuals seeking immigration benefits based upon their marriage to a United States Citizen.
Unfortunately, sometimes they are overzealous in their suspicion of immigration fraud and couples in good faith relationships get caught up in an immigration spider web. Simply telling an immigration official that you have a good faith relationship is not enough, they can deny you entry into the U.S.
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Submitted by: Raul Gomez of Vista, California
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