June 1, 2022
Like many couples, clients met on social media during the pandemic and had an instant connection.
He is a Texan, and she's from South Africa.
They hired the firm in July 2021 to prepare their spousal green card case.
They did not have a lot of evidence to prove bona fide marriage.
We worked with them to gather call logs and text messages that showed their fun-loving relationship.
We also included social media posts and mail that was sent to their marital home.
While preparing the case, we advised client that we needed her long-form birth certificate (a required document).
Unfortunately, client did not have it.
She requested it through her mother and was told that it will be a long wait!
She didn't want to prolong filing her case so she asked us to file the case without the long-form birth certificate.
We advised that USCIS will issue a Request For Evidence (RFE) for the birth certificate.
On October 25, 2021, we filed the case.
On November 24, 2021, we received the RFE notice for a copy of her long-form birth certificate.
On February 16, 2022, the client received her long-form birth certificate.
On March 11, 2022, the client received their interview notice.
The couple were separated during the interview.
On April 30, 2021, they were approved!
P.S. Success stories are based on real cases. However, each case is different, and past successes do not guarantee that all cases will have a similar result.