She is older (65 +) than me(32+) she is single divorced . We have relationship she wants marry me And me too.
She is coming to marry me after marriage i want move to USA.
Is it possible? please tell me about law and your opinions thanks .
You and she need to be talking with attorneys.
The US government will take a very carefully look at why a 65+ woman would want to marry someone half her age from another country.
If the government finds the marriage to be bona fide, an immigrant visa can be granted for properly filed petitions.
With increased scrutiny on the petition, your future spouse can file an immigrant visa petition on your behalf and/or a K-3 visa so that you may await the adjudication of the IRP from within the U.S. It is recommended to speak with an immigration attorney.
Do not go it alone. Immigration is one of the most complex areas of U.S. law. It is much more than merely filling out forms. You need to hire an immigration attorney to handle all immigration matters and proceedings. Consider the value that you place on your family, your home, and your work, each of which you place in jeopardy when attempting to self-navigate the complex, confusing, and often contradictory immigration legal system. Immigration law can be drastically unforgiving of a lack of knowledge or the misinformation provided by well-intentioned friends, colleagues, relatives, and blogs. Immigration attorneys exist to counsel and guide their clients through a maze of complex federal law wrought with nuances and subtleties that make each case uniquely challenging. Immigration law and the manner in which it is applied changes frequently and oftentimes with little or no notice. The governing statutes are subject to constantly evolving administrative and judicial interpretations and refinements. There is no room for error so weigh your investment in competent immigration counsel against the cost of a denied immigration benefit, a forced removal from the U.S., a separation of family, or a loss of employment or community.
Potentially... you will have to establish the bonafides of your marriage like in any other case, but in your case it will be much more difficult to do.
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