We got married before my grace period and it’s been 4 months since we got married and we just finished all of our forms and gather all the supporting documents. And we want to know if doing it would give us a higher chance of getting me a greencard.
Totally irrelevant and inconsequential. Don't even bother.
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Agree with attorney Behar, you reporting the marriage to your country’s embassy makes no difference to USCIS. Consulting with an experienced immigration attorney is the best way to ensure you have the “best chance” at a green card.
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