Because of the preponderance of fraud in marriage-based visas, as Unites States citizens are paid to marry foreign nationals who wish to live in the United States, it is often difficult for actual couples to prove the validity of their marriage to wary immigration officials.
Supporting evidence is a key factor that will often tip the balance in your favor when dealing with the complex and often frustrating immigration process.
What kind of evidence will you need to prove your marriage is real?
This is a detailed chronological record of your relationship with your spouse. You must list important details such as:
Other supporting documentation
Your spouse's interview will be scheduled in the U.S. embassy or consulate in their home country or in a nearby country if these facilities are not available in their country. The petitioning U.S.spouse should make every effort to attend the interview. While the U.S. petitioner's presence is not required. It will go a long way in proving the validity of the marriage.
Your spouse should take the time to learn the names of your parents and other information about your family, such as number and gender of your siblings. They may also be asked questions about your personal habits if you have proven that you have lived together before or after marriage.
If your spouse fails to pass the interview, it may be time to hire an immigration attorney to determine the best options for an appeal. Different countries have various levels of marriage fraud, and an immigration lawyer that is familiar with immigration issues from your spouse's home country will find the best way to proceed in the appeals process.
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