Most of the forms ask for the marriage license, divorce papers if is the case, and other documents... Do I have to send in the package one copy per form or just one for all the package???
To be safe, include what is required for each form as if you were sending them alone including photos. If you're not going to work with an attorney make sure that you have read the instructions for each form and follow them carefully. Im not checking right now but I do not believe that most of them ask for the marriage certificate. For sure the I-130 does. Note, both husband and spouse must fill out a G-325a if this adjustment is based on marriage. Also, in most cases, in order to be able to adjust ones status based on marriage to a U.S. Citizen, the foreigner must have entered the country legally. If you have more questions, I reccomend seeing an attorney before you file.
Andre Olivie, Esq.
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You do not need to send duplicates of documents with the packet. As my colleague stated above, you should read the instructions very carefully if you are not using an attorney.
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My colleagues are correct.
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