Sponsoring Your New Spouse
Are you a Green Card holder wishing to be sponsoring your new spouse? Watch this video, then contact our New Jersey lawyer to get started.
As a New Jersey Immigration Attorney, I am often asked about Green Card holders through marriage wishing to sponsor a new spouse after a divorce.
- Immigration sets a rule of making you have your Green Card for a minimum of five years before having the ability to sponsor someone.
- One way to bypass this rule, is by showing a birth certificate of a child born between the two people.
- Another way to bypass this rule, is by proving that your spouse that sponsored you is deceased.
Are you a Green Card holder wishing to be sponsoring your new spouse? Contact our experienced New Jersey Immigration Attorney to help you. This education video was brought to you by Susan Scheer, an experienced New Jersey Immigration Attorney.
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