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USCIS officers have a tough job – they must decide whether someone is in a real marriage just by looking at some documents and then talking to the couple for about 20 minutes. Many of them have developed a super sharp intuitive ability to spot fake relationships. At th...

Welcome back to our article series on what not to include in your application as evidence of your relationship. As mentioned previously, it is easy to submit things with your best intentions that you think will prove your relationship and accidentally cause yourself a...

If you're engaged and starting to look ahead to the fiance visa process, you're probably wondering what the visa journey will look like. There are three different main phases of paperwork to be completed when applying for a K1 fiance visa. Read on for all of the highli...

There are several factors that Immigration looks at when deciding if a couple is really married -- what is referred to as a bona fide relationship -- or if it is just a scam or a friend helping a friend. One of the main indicators of a real relationship is that the cou...

Let’s face it: it’s kind of weird to have to prove on paper that you have a real marriage. We all see collection of evidence on crime drama TV shows, and it almost feels like you’re doing the same for your marriage, which is weird. And maybe that is fundamentally weird...

So if you’ve been reading our series on what not to include in your evidence of a bona fide relationship, you’re noticing that there are many, many, many ways to complicate your immigration case inadvertently based on what you submit. Today we’re going to talk about on...

Welcome back to our article series on what not to include in your application as evidence of your relationship. As mentioned previously, it is easy to submit things with your best intentions that you think will prove your relationship and accidentally cause yourself a...

Proving that a marriage is legitimate is a tricky balance. If you submit too little it looks like maybe you don’t have an actual relationship. If you submit too much,  it’s what’s called an "over-submission," which the government finds suspicious. And depending on what...

You've probably heard that you'll need to provide evidence of your marriage relationship as part of the green card application process. And sure, you can find lists of suggested evidence both in our blog and numerous places online. But what things should you NOT submit...

We’re pretty sure there’s a prankster working at U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services who has orchestrated the release of a new marijuana use policy update on the eve of 4/20, a day traditionally celebrated by cannabis aficionados.

Although we chuckled when we saw...

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