Wishing to Sponsor a New Spouse as a Green Card Holder
Are you wishing to sponsor your new spouse as a Green Card holder? Watch this video to learn more, then contact our New Jersey attorney now.
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 wishing to sponsor your new spouse as a Green Card holder? Contact our experienced New Jersey Immigration Attorney to help you.
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