Success! We recently had an I-130 approved for spouse of US citizen. The I-130 was approved without a Request for Further Evidence (RFE), and the processing time was over 12 months.
To apply for a green card based on marriage to a US citizen, the US citizen spouse needs to file form I-130 with USCIS for his or her foreign spouse in order to establish that the marriage is bona fide (real marriage). The I-130 form must be filed together with supporting evidence showing that the marriage is real.
Filing the I-130 petition is only the first step in the marriage based immigration process. At the time of filing and after, it is critical that you establish a valid spousal relationship otherwise USCIS may deny your case.
To learn more about marriage based green card, I-130 and working in the United States while your I-130 is pending please visit the marriage-based EAD page here.
Contact our experienced immigration lawyers in Miami, Florida, USA to schedule an appointment for your immigration case and find out more about the marriage based green card process and EAD from our best immigration lawyers.
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