Many of you who follow me or Matt on social media noticed that last year we moved to the US. Now I do, since a lot of you have questions about the whole process I decided to write this post, share our story and give our advice. In the US you might even get prosecuted for fraud if you marry your loved one without doing a proper research. You need to be legally married. All applications are processed at the same time, regardless of your nationality or the color of your skin. The only thing that can slow your application down is a presence of a criminal record, insufficient earnings of your American partner, or lack of some other documents.
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I want to find out if my honduran bf is dating me just for green card?
Married me for a green card
I want to find out if my honduran bf is dating me just for green card? Also he is a cuny college student. NOte: I dont know if he is here legally or illegally and want to know if he is dating me for green card if he is in fact illegal alien. I think the one of the ways to find out is if he is moving too fast.
Everything a Green Card Holder Should Know
Mehdi Ostadhassan in his office at the University of North Dakota, where he teaches petroleum engineering. Ostadhassan's wife, Bailey Bubach, was raised Catholic but converted to Islam. Ostadhassan has compiled stacks of documents about his efforts to remain in the US. The government has sought proof that Ostadhassan was divorced from his first wife.
A green card or immigrant status is considered a lifeline for some, so much so that there are those who will go to great extremes to get their hands on this 'precious commodity'. It is not uncommon to hear women and men bemoaning the fact that they have been duped by fraudsters who wined and dined them and then changed completely once securing their love, a marriage certificate, and the assurance of permanent legal status abroad. Even for those who are in perfectly good cross-border relationships, there is always the nagging concern as to whether the guy or girl of their dreams is just after a chance to live permanently in a foreign country, and cases reported in the media have not done much to allay these fears. Last July, for example, the Daily Mail reported the case of UK charity worker Johnny Gannon, 58, who was left heartbroken after his Jamaican bride abandoned him just 20 minutes after stepping inside their matrimonial home.