My husband and I will have a year being married together, he is originally from Guatemala. We got married in Guatemala and not the states, I am a us citizen and he is not. I have all his records and everything together we were both wondering what my next step is to file for him to be a resident in the USA.
The next step, unless you are willing to waste a lot of time uselessly and not obtain any results, is to schedule a private consultation with a skilled immigration lawyer in your area, to examine husband's situation, explain the law as it applies to him and tell you how to proceed .
I noticed in your answer to Attorney Pollack that you mentioned your husband previously entered the United States twice illegally. That is a crucial piece of information that can significantly affect his situation.
It will serve you well to schedule at least a consultation with a competent immigration attorney near you to discuss the details of your husband's case in private.
Right off the top, some of the issues that will come up is whether there is an existing Deportation Order against your husband? If so, when was the Order issued?
In my mind, when someone says there are two previous illegal entries, and now the person is at home, I get the feeling there may be an Order of Removal "out there," so to speak...
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