Immigrants Seeking Permanent Green Cards Through Marriage May Have One Less Hurdle

first_imgThe U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has revised one of its procedures for immigrants who got their green cards through marriage with U.S. citizens.Green cards issued for those immigrants are normally conditional, and are only valid for two years. After that, those seeking permanent residence must prove their marriage was not intended to break the immigration laws and therefore is not fraudulent.Read it at Miami Herald Related Itemslast_img

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