I-130 Approval: Status for Jordanian Husband
Client’s Nationality: Jordan
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-130, Immigration Petition for Fiance(e), Relative, or Orphan
BACKGROUND: Our client retained us to secure immigration status for her husband, who was in removal proceeding at the time. We therefore, filed the I-130 to secure an immigration status first, as a basis for future favorable arguments.
Date of Application: February 25, 2011
Date of Interview: May 27, 2011
Date of I-130 Approval: June 2, 2011
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that her marriage was bona fide and thus should exempt her husband from the on-going removal proceeding.
SIX DAYS AFTER THE INTERVIEW, our client’s husband was granted an immigration status, a strong basis for later Green Card application.
CHALLENGE: Evidence gathering for this kind of case is especially critical because love and trust are really hard to show, on paper. In addition, you must show skeptic immigration officials, during the interview, that the marriage is indeed the result of love and trust. That is, the marriage came first and is an end in itself, not a mean to the immigration benefits. For this purpose, clients must be patient and be willing to gather detailed evidence, persistently or even daily, for a long period of time. Should you be considering applying for an immigration status for your beloved spouse, please do consult a trustworthy immigration attorney. Cleveland immigration lawyer is ready to be at your service.
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