Because many people seek to become a permanent resident through marriage, it is important to know what DHS considers a “marriage”. DHS will investigate the legal bona fides of the marriage. There are severe consequences if the DHS determines that … more
By Attorneys Robert L. Reeves and Jeremiah Johnson You met that special someone, married and immigrated to the United States. However, your immigrant status is conditional and you are now approaching the two-year deadline to remove that conditional status. But … more
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