Relative, Husband, from China, Received Status
Client: a U.S. citizen wife
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-130 Immigration Petition for Alien Relatives (Husband)
BACKGROUND: Our client, a U.S. citizen, retained us to secure permanent resident status for her husband. We thus, proceeded to advice our client how to prove that he was in fact a legally defined relative, husband, in law. We thus filed immigration petition for alien relative, our client’s husband.
Date of Application: March 16, 2007
Date of Approval: March 21, 2007
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT collect sufficient evidence to prove that her marriage was bona fide and the result of love and trust, within the legal definition for alien relative petition.
CHALLENGE: For cases of relative/marriage immigration involving Chinese clients, we are careful. Past string of fraudulent cases, unfortunately, heightened scrutiny against law-abiding applicants. That is, we are more careful in evidence-gathering to prove that the relationship at question is genuine. Timing as evidence appears on paper matters.
As always, common sense dictates that pictures show more than telling words. More pictures, candidly taken, will help prove our argument on your behalf.
We will make the best argument to our knowledge, ethically, based on your evidence. Remember, veracity as seen by the reviewing officer depends on the strength of your evidence. Ultimately, you determine how strong your case can be.
FIVE DAYS LATER, our client’s husband was granted an immigration status.
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