Whatever marriage certificate they give you guys, you need to have it translated into English before you file the documents with the USCIS. Good luck!
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You need to have the original or certified copy of the marriage certificate. Once you return to the United States, you should work with an immigration attorney to file the necessary documents and forms to begin the process to help your spouse to apply for permanent resident (green card) status in the United States.
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I would strongly suggest consulating an immigration lawyer to assist you with this process. You don't want your spouse to be the guinea pig of a non-lawyer attempting to practice immigration law, which is very complex. Find a lawyer whom you like and trust. Good luck to you.
Dean P. Murray
The Murray Law Firm
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Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
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