Hello everyone! After.... I don't know how many threads posted here finally my Green Card was approved!
Now I have a final question to ask about this matter, the thing is, they said "your visa has been aproved, here are some instructions of what's next" and those instructions says that I...
Hi there Pierre82, that's other thing my lawyer said, that "they won't take as valid any medical exams made in foreign and non-authorized clinics", the thing is I've heard that some people get to the interview with the medical results they got previously in a clinic but then the officers reject...
Hi there everyone,
I just got the letter where they are scheduling my interview appointment in a month from now.
But my lawyer is driving me crazy! She just can't explain things well, and I don't know how to ask her any more.
She tells me to make a trip right away to the U.S. in order to get...
Let me just explain a little for your better understanding: I started my Residency Request Process in March, since then I have been requested to go to the US by my lawyer in order to make new payments, to give her more documents or stuff, I'm a Visa B1-B2 holder.
Hi there forum members,
I've heard a loooot of things about how to achieve the obtaining of a Green Card and it seems that my best option is to apply for it directly from the U.S. Embassy here at Mexico.
My wife (a US Citizen) and I are already married in the state of Texas but we live in...
But I know a couple that made it that way, the thing was that he never had a visa, so she hired a judge to go to the bridge and marry them, then (I don't know how) she got him a green card.
The difference here is that I do have a visa but I wouldn't cross to avoid lying on my intentions.
The thing is that is extremely hateful to reunite all the paperwork and requirements that they ask us to marry in Mexico (because she's american), it is a very bureaucratic process by which we don't want to pass.
So, the bridge marriage would work?
Ok new assumption: Since we already have our marriage license, what if we get married at the bridge without me crossing to the US? That way I wouldn't be lying and crossing with the intention of getting married.
Then after married she files the petition either from Mexico or from the US.
Yeah I heard and read about it, what I understand is that if I get married in the US and then stay there, I would need to wait more than 90 days in order to ask the status adjustment, but! First of all they are saying here that I can't go there with my visitor visa and the intention of getting...
Ok this part really confuses me
From others answers I deduced that if I go as a visitor (with the intend of getting married) I would be lying. Indeed, both options confuses me.
1. If I marry in the US I would be in trouble because of my visitor visa that doesn't allows me to have other...
I thought getting married in the US was the first step :confused:
So if I: 1.- Get married in the US 2.-Return to Mexico 3.-Start consular processing
Would that be a way to do it? But I wouldn't be able to go to the US during the process until my green card is ready, am I right?
The consular processing from my country is the slowest way? Dang! But... lets suppose that we say "ok, lets do it the status adjustment way", we still would need to be already married in the US, right?
And after that, would I be remaining in the US? isn't that illegal?
Wait, what? Now I'm all confused. Isn't one supposed to remain in the US? How would that part be done?
I'm understanding that it's better for me to apply for the status adjustment, but in order to do that I would need to remain in the US as a visitor, right? Isn't that illegal?
No we returned to Mexico, we just went for the marriage license (considering that El Paso is 3 hours from here), and as our marriage license is good for 90 days we want to go in less than 2 months to finally get married and then return again to Mexico.
So, if we do that and being back in...