Wednesday, November 9, 2011

Married/ Immigration

If you are thinking to marry an American citizen solely for the purpose of obtaining a residence permit commonly known as a green card I think you should have second thoughts and canceled this idea out of your mind.

I know this sounds like an easy way to obtain a green card but if you are discovered doing this you could be permanently ban from entering the United States or for at least 10 years.

Immigration officials are experts at determining if a marriage is for real or for the purpose of obtaining a green card. First you would have an interview with an experienced immigration official who knows what questions to ask you to determine your eligibility for residency.

There are certain requirements that you must meet being married to an American citizen such as both parties having the same address, joint bank account, join credit card and state ID or driver's license all with the same address. You may be interview jointly or separately it is at the discretion of the immigration office. If you are found trying to deceive the immigration system you will be put up for deportation could even happen immediately. So if you are thinking this is an easy way to obtain permanent residence I suggest you think again. You will be dealing with immigration experts that deal with this situation every day. So when trying to become a permanent resident I suggest you follow all the rules and regulations even though they are time-consuming and save your self a lot of headaches and stress.

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