I don't think that a single piece of paper such as a prenuptial contract will do much to convince USCIS of the bona fides of the marriage. If anything, I think it would do more harm than good,, for it could make the whole thing look like pre-planned and calculated..
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A prenup would not work to benefit a marriage petition. In fact, I would not even advise in submitting a prenup with he petition. I suggest you schedule a consultation with an immigration attorney prior to sending anything out. Good Luck.
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It is questionable whether such an agreement would benefit your immigration case. I would advise to shop around and get different opinions from immigration lawyers. If you are convinced it could have even a marginal impact & wish to proceed, then I encourage you to contact a White Plains Divorce/Matrimonial lawyer to schedule a consultation.
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