I am going to marry US citizen , I am on OPT (F1 student Employment ) . She was adopted by US citizens when she was 17 years old , now she is 22. my question is what will be requirements to mary her and get a green card? Is marrying adopted US citizen differ from a simple one ?
No. A US citizen is a US citizen like any other, adopted or not.
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It will be the same process.
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A US citizen is a US citizen.
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Marrying should only happen for genuine reasons. When looked at this way, it does not matter whether the person is a USC or not, regardless whether adopted or not.
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