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Category Archives: Family Immigration

5 Types of Marriage That Aren’t Acceptable for Immigration

Many immigration attorneys in the United States will agree that the process of marriage-based petitions for permanent residence is straightforward, at least when compared to other forms of immigration. The concept of marriage may be international, but its nature and legality are not universal. Not all marriages will be considered valid under the policy manual …Read More

Attempted Crackdown on Maternity Tourism in the United States

An interesting effect of the controversial Trump administration is that certain immigration topics are becoming known for the first time to many people in the United States. Due to the draconian immigration policies and the colorful language often used by President Trump, terms such as “anchor babies,” “chain migration,” and “birth tourism” are now reported …Read More

How to Get Approval for a Family Visa

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is supposed to pay special attention to the petitions made by citizens, green card holders, refugees, and asylum recipients who wish to reunite with their family members. Even with the best intentions of USCIS officials to allow citizens and residents to reunite with their foreign-born loved ones, …Read More

Bringing Your Foreign Fiancé or Fiancée to the United States

Love knows no boundaries in the current age of globalization and international travel, particularly if you are a citizen of the United States who wishes to bring your special someone to this country to get married. Although you have the option of getting married overseas and bringing your foreign husband or wife to the U.S., …Read More

Understanding the Terms of a K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa

Although seasoned immigration attorneys often recommend the San Diego K-1 visa to clients who intend to get married, it is important to note that this is a non-immigrant visa, which means that the applicant is not automatically considered as someone who wishes to live in the United States. The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) …Read More

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