If you married someone who is not a citizen of the United States, your spouse is going to have to go through an extensive process in order to obtain a green card in order to legally live in the United States and hopefully, eventually obtain citizenship in the United States if desired. #1 Arrive Early You are going to have to go through an interview process with your spouse. It is important that you arrive early to your appointment.
13 February 2017
Have immigration officials taken action against you to start the removal process? If so, one of the first events in the process will be something called a master calendar hearing, also known as an MCH. An MCH is a brief appearance in front of an immigration judge and a federal attorney. The purpose of the meeting is to set the schedule for all further court appearances. During this meeting, the judge doesn't consider the facts in the case or make any kind of ruling on whether you should stay or be removed.
2 September 2015
If you wish to sponsor a close family member, child, spouse or fiance who wants to move to the United States, you will likely have to file an affidavit of support. This affidavit is a legally-binding contract that basically says you are financially stable and will financially support the immigrant for a specified amount of time. If you're thinking about sponsoring an immigrant, following are a few things you need to know about an affidavit of support.
29 July 2015