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Fiance and Marriage Visas: A Couple's Guide to US Immigration

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Fiance & Marriage Visas makes obtaining a visa and green card as painless as possible for spouses and fiances. Easy to understand, this oneofakind book: demystifies the immigration process, guides readers through the bureaucracy, and provides intensive instructions for each step.
Paperback, 512 pages
Published September 2nd 2010 by Nolo (first published October 2001)
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I am a U.S. citizen and my husband is from Nicaragua. We live in Nicaragua. I need to come to the U.S. for several months a year for my work. I'm curious if there is a possibility that Jorge could come with me for that long.

We also need to learn about what he can and cannot do while he is here.

Also with the changes in immigration laws, we need to learn more about what his legal rights are in general, and with specific questions about entering the U.S. as my husband and while he is v
Max Nova
Clear and well-organized. Helped me understand the maze of immigration regulations
Ilona Bray gives very clear and accurate explanations on how to immigrate to the U.S. on a marriage or fiance visa. The author describes the processes step by step, including pitfalls to avoid. The author is very up front about the limitations of this book and appropriately tells the reader when it is best to consult an attorney. It also includes links and citations to online resources. NOLO never dissapoints and this book follows suit.
I have the most updated version of this book, which was released in September 2010. This is a MUST HAVE for anyone whos spouse or fiancee need a Visa to the United States. I didnt get this book until I had to complete my AoS (Affidavit of Support) but I wish I had this book from the start! It would have relieved a lot of headaches and confusion that comes in hand with legal red tape.
Daniel Bacon
I love this book! It guided my wife and I nearly painlessly through the USCIS process of immigration.
A great "how to" guide on visa immigration. It certianly makes the application process less scary.
The book is effective providing some clarity about the whole immigration process.
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