I came across some interesting and disturbing articles in the New York times.
They describe the problems many couples have with
Immigration even after arrival in the USA and marriage.
They indicates, that even after you have successfully brought your fiancee or spouse to the USA, the work is not yet over.
For your new spouse to remain in America she/he must apply for a Green Card. Successful granting of a Green Card is NOT guaranteed. Not even if your Fiancee Visa or Spousal Visa petition was perfect. Still needed is a well prepared, well assembled Adjustment of Status ‘Green Card’ application.
Still needed is iron clad, compelling evidence of a ‘bona fide’, ‘genuine’ relationship. And in addition to proving the genuine relationship, you must ALSO prove ‘beyond the shadow of a doubt’ that the two of you are living together, and have bound your lives together.
Click here to read the articles:
Green Card Problems: Do You Take This Immigrant?
By Fred Wahl