Love, Marriage and Green Cards: Immigration to the United States as the Husband Or Wife of an American Citizen

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Universal Publishers, Dec 1, 2000 - Law - 108 pages
If you are thinking about moving to the United States as the spouse of an American citizen, this book is for you. While most immigration books can only be understood by lawyers, this book is different. The author, an immigration lawyer, describes the American immigration process using everyday English and many examples. Chapter One describes what is a marriage in the eyes of the American immigration system. Chapters Two through Five cover specific time frames in the immigration-processing of a marriage-based visa: Courtship and Marriage, Forms Preparation, The Marriage Interview and Denials. Chapter Six discusses fiancÚ visas - what they are and how they work. Chapter Seven provides some typical "questions and answers" to marriage-related immigration topics.

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Zawacki is an attorney who practices immigration law in the Orlando, Florida area. He is a member of the State Bar of California and a member of the American Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association.

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