My boyfriend is US citizen but he leaves in dallas and i live in torreon mexico, im trying to get my visa but also we're thinking to get married so i can stay with him but i want to do it legally, we don't have much money, we want to know what its best, getting married or get a fiancé visa We have a 1 month baby, we just want something faster and the best for the three of us, any advice would help us a lot and we'll really appreciate it thank you so much
The cost and timing is about the same. Marriage and then consular processing is slightly cheaper and you will have a GC sooner ad well.
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I agree. The immigrant and consulate processing route is the most suitable.
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Bringing him in as your husband is cheaper, but will take twice as long to bring him to the US.
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Marriage based visa as a spouse is cheaper and safer, however you may obtain fiance visa a bit faster.
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