Oakland, CA asked in Immigration Law for California

Q: What's the proper way of marrying a visitor visa person if I am a us citizen? But she wants to go visit her country

After we get married. Can she go back?

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Madhu Kalra
Madhu Kalra
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Torrance, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: yes, if she married to a U.S. Citizen. After the paperwork is filed with USCIS for adjustment of status, we can file for request for advance parole and upon receipt of advance parole approval, she will be able to visit her country. For further assistance in this matter, please do not contact us. You can visit our website at www.thekalrafirm.com

Madhu Kalra
Madhu Kalra
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Torrance, CA
  • Licensed in California

A: yes, if she married to a U.S. Citizen. After the paperwork is filed with USCIS for adjustment of status, we can file for request for advance parole and upon receipt of advance parole approval, she will be able to visit her country. For further assistance in this matter, please do not contact us. You can visit our website at www.thekalrafirm.com

Inderjit Ahluwalia
Inderjit Ahluwalia
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • San Jose, CA

A: I would advice to consult with an immigration attorney to discuss to file one step package including I-130/ I-485 and I-134, Application for Travel Document. After obtaining the travel document she can visit her home country. However, the critical issue that needs to be evaluated before filing one step is whether she had any preconceived intent to stay in the United States at the time of her entry or not.

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