Book Review: Fiance & Marriage Visas 0

A Couple’s Guide to U.S. Immigration

Fiance & Marriage Visas

You’ve met the love of your life and the two of you have decided to marry. The only problem? Your fiance lives in another country and now you’ve got to figure out how to legally get him or her into the U.S.

Fortunately, attorney Ilona Bray has provided a user-friendly guide to the complex world of U.S. immigration laws.

In her book,Fiance & Marriage Visas, you’ll learn how to navigate through the multitude of immigration requirements and successfully enter the U.S. Are you eligible for a fiance or marriage visa? Which one would be better? The answers are here, along with tips for preparing your documents and keeping up with the paperwork.

You’ll also learn:

  • Which documents and information you’ll need to apply for a green card
  • What to do if your application is denied
  • How to prepare for your USCIS interview
  • What to do if your spouse or fiance entered the U.S. illegally
  • How to sponsor other family members once you’ve obtained a green card

The book provides an in-depth understanding of U.S. immigration laws and includes a variety of extras such as tear-out checklists, USCIS Service Center addresses plus a table of visa and immigration benefits.

Do you really need a green card or would a tourist visa work better? When should you consult a lawyer and how do you deal with the bureaucrats and delays? The book covers a wide range of situations and circumstances, allowing each couple to find the solutions that work best for them.

At over 400 pages, Fiance & Marriage Visas is an invaluable resource for couples who are planning a marriage or have already married and need to address the their foreign status.

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