Category Archives: Marriage Green Card

3 crucial evidence for marriage green card approval

This post is intended as resources for applicants of green card based on marriage to understand the types of evidence that are crucial to the approval of the application.

Number one: evidence that you are currently living together.

Evidence of living together include lease agreement signed by both parties, jointly owned residential deed, mail addressed to each...
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Who is a Spouse under U.S. Immigration Law?

How is a Spouse defined under U.S. immigration law?

A spouse is a legally wedded partner.  Merely living together does not qualify a marriage for immigration. Common Law spouses may qualify as spouses for immigration purposes depending on the laws of the country where the common-law marriage occurs. In cases of polygamy,...

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Relationship Requirements for a Marriage-Based Green Card

What are the relationship requirements for a Green Card through marriage?

You must be legally married to qualify for a marriage-based visa or green card.  You do not need to have been married in the U.S. for your marriage to be considered legal.   A legal marriage is one that is officially recognized by the...

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