Wife of a U.S. Citizen Received Immigration Status
Client: the U.S. Citizen Husband
Location: A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Spouse’s Nationality: Thailand
Case Type: I-130 Petition for Relative, Fiance(e) or Orphan
BACKGROUND: Our U.S. citizen client retained us to secure an immigration status for his wife and help them prepare for the coming interview.
Date of Application: July 18, 2014
Date of Interview: October 7, 2014
Date of I-130 Approval: October 7, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that her marriage with the immigrant husband is bona fide and the result of love and trust.
ON THE SAME DAY OF A SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW, our immigration petition was approved.
CHALLENGE: Marriage immigration, or spousal immigration, is quite akin to dating the United States of America. It is already hard to prove love, trust and trustworthiness to live person, let alone to an amorphous state entity, or potentially skeptic officer. After all, immigration officers are hired to discover clues both adversarial or favorable to prove eligibility under law.
Thus, when advised to provide a certain type of evidence after extensive conversation with us, please do so. Your very cooperation will determine the strength of our argument, for you, and your case.
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