Marriage Green Card Granted for an Iranian Husband
Client: U.S. Citizen Wife and Her Immigrant Husband
Location: A Suburb of Cleveland, Ohio
Spouse’s Nationality: Iranian
Case Type: I-485 Petition for Adjustment of Status (Based on Marriage to U.S. Citizen)
BACKGROUND: Our clients, who are more than 30 years apart, retained us to prepare for the interview.
Date of Application: June 17, 2014
Date of Interview: September 4, 2014
Date of I-485 Approval: September 18, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that her marriage with the immigrant husband is bona fide and the result of love and trust, regardless of the age disparity.
CHALLENGE: Preparation of documentation in light of in-person interview is the challenging part of this process. For marriage green card cases, we advice our clients on how to gather, not just enough, but sufficient evidence. With our help, clients could properly document useful information to prove to skeptical officials what may be true and easily foreseeable to them. The crux is to prove that this marriage is really the result of love and trust, but the strength of evidence, the art of writing and the art of interview will influence the outcome. A reliable lawyer can give you timely and useful counsel to help you rid of looming immigration concern for your loved ones.
TWO WEEKS AFTER THE INTERVIEW, the husband was granted permanent resident status (Green Card).
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