Yes. However, you should consult both a qualified immigration lawyer and a marital relations lawyer about drafting your prenuptial agreement and being able to prove the bona fides of the relationship. Congratulations on your impending marriage and best of luck to you.Ask a similar question
For the third time - you need to consult with a family law attorney in VA.
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We have three offices in VA that would be able to assist you on both the family law and immigration law aspects of your question. Good luck!
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