Miami, FL asked in Immigration Law for Florida

Q: I met a guy 5 months he came from cuba with an i220 second line, we wanted to stay together and get married but we had

Been told that if we get married he will be Denied the papers or he will be affected in many ways please will you give the correct advise

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Kevin D. Slattery Esq.
Kevin D. Slattery Esq.
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Tampa, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: Consider scheduling a consultation with a competent and experienced immigration attorney who can evaluate all of the facts to determine what may be the best course of action. Whether, for example, he was "paroled" can dictate what options may be available, including, e.g., adjustment of status through a marriage-based case or adjustment of status through a Cuban Adjustment Act case. Too many facts are unknown to be able to provide reliable advice through this forum. Note that ever since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, many attorneys offer online video consultations.

Stephen Arnold Black
Stephen Arnold Black
Answered
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Orlando, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: If he was lawfully admitted into the United States, but there after, was put into removal proceedings, a US citizen spouse can sponsor him for a green card but a waiver would need to be filed.

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