I am a US citizen and I got married to my husband back in our country few months ago, he's a non US citizen, he studies in St. Louis University and he is planning to apply for a Green card for the first time. My question is "Is it legal if we marrieg again in US to make the procedure easier ,,, thank you.
Hi there, if your marriage was valid and legal at inception in the country it was entered into, and you have proof of the validity of the marriage that convinces U.S. authorities, such as a certified marriage certificate, this will suffice as proof of your marriage and you will not need to "re-marry" in the U.S.
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