Wife from Albania Received Immigration Status
Client: the U.S. citizen husband
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-130 Immigration Petition for Relative, Fiance(e) or Orphan
BACKGROUND: Our client, a U.S. citizen, retained us in a crisis. We had to secure an immigration status for his wife, who was in the middle of removal proceeding.
Date of Application: August 18, 2011
Date of Approval: April 23, 2012
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT PROVE that their marriage as was qualified his wife for a status. With our advice, our client collected sufficient evidence to prove that his marriage with his wife was bona fide, real, and the result of love and trust.
CHALLENGE: We often advice clients to take the more reliable strategies available. Should a sponsor who is a legally defined relative (parent, spouse or sibling), applying for an status through I-130 Immigration Petition for Relative, Fiance(e) or Orphan may be a good strategy. The approval may serve as a strong evidence for closure of removal proceeding.
In addition, spousal of marriage immigration requires convincing skeptic readers, your reviewing officer. Therefore, evidence showing you and your spouses living together like a typical and real couple would be helpful. Our argument for you will only be as good as the evidence offered to us.
THREE DAYS AFTER THE APPROVAL, our client’s wife was granted a stay of her removal order, until November of 2012.
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