It is a common belief that receiving a Green Card through marriage is an easy process; statistics on complex issues arising out of failed petitions on cases lacking professional representations, make me believe otherwise.
Most married couples never think whether their marriage are real. They might assess whether they married for the right reasons, but they are never officially asked to prove their motives.
A green card applicant, however, must prove the sincerity of her marriage.
The proof does not relate to one single document. The officer will look at totality of the circumstances, meaning all the conditions surrounding the situation.
Officer’s scrutiny will be detailed & the assessment would determine approval or denial. Professional representation is often the key to pass most hurtles.
This is an immigration blog. It is not intended to be used as legal advise.
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