Q: I live in DK, when I marry my fiancé in US, his in prison in TX, how can I go and live there now or when he gets out?
I’m a 41 year old woman from Denmark. I’m on early retirement do to fibromyalgia. I have a 6 year old daughter, she doesn’t see her father and I have full custody. I’m engaged to an inmate in TX. I have visited him a few times, and talk regularly with his family, and we plan a life together. But how can my daughter and I go and live in the TX? We can’t speak on the phone because I live abroad, and I can only visit him once or twice a year, so we have talked about me moving there, so I can visit him regularly and we can talk on the phone, but can I do that? Or what about when he gets out, how can my daughter and I go and live with him?
I can take my monthly disability payment with me to the US. I’ll get about 2400 us dollars a month and 225 dollars a month in child support.
My fiancé and his family lives in Jacksonville Texas.
And can he, when we get married adopt my daughter? And will that make a difference on our situation?
A: Your questions would be best answered by doing a consultation with an immigration attorney. There are many that offer free phone consultations (can be done via Whats App or Messenger call). You can find an attorney through websites such as Justia.com, AILA.org or Avvo.com. Best wishes!
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