he will get visa by CFRPP(mother now is LPR,start apply for citizenship),we are togather 6 years and want to married,please advice how to arrange all to be soon togather.Thanks
I'm a bit confused .. I did a search and CFRPP isn't a US immigration program I have heard of before. You say that you want to 'come' to the US, which makes me think that both of you are outside of the US. This means he is probably being sponsored in the FB-2 category and he must remain unmarried ... which is a problem for you. Without better facts, all I can say is that his mother must become a US citizen ... then you two can get married. Talk to an attorney.
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I agree. If he is outside the U.S., then getting married to him 'before' he leaves will disqualify him from getting a visa through his LPR mother.
His mom needs to get her U.S. Citizenship as soon as possible. Perhaps, there is a way to change categories, but you cannot get married to him until she applies, passes the test, and is sworn in. It is best to upgrade her status with the State Department before any marriage, if possible. It is unclear whether she can become a U.S. Citizen soon enough. It will be important for you both to realize the
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Maybe you can explain what you believe CFRPP is. I have tried to find this program as well, but I have never heard of it, nor can I find any documentation of it from a Google search.
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