Q: So I spoke to someone and was told because we never seen each other in person we gave to have some kind of pictures,bank
Account to do the I-130 so now just wondering what Visa he needs to apply for,for temporary visa so we can get proof or is that info wrong since we are legally married.
You’re speaking to the wrong people!
The difference between legally married (on paper) and entering into a marriage based upon a good faith relationship are significant. Someone who has yet to meet their spouse is likely to eventually be challenged prior to or during processing.
A sham marriage includes someone who gets married solely to get a green card. A sham marriage is a Federal crime. It is also a permanent bar to ever being petitioned, even through a legitimate relationship, such as a child over 21 years old or a U.S. citizen spouse.
You ought to seek a paid appointment with a competent immigration attorney before there are any other complications.
A: You seem to have received conflicting information. Some of us get free phone consultations for the best course of action to pursue regarding your immigration case.
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