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.
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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