My daughter is by law an American citizen but her mother is Israeli. I want my daughter to live in America where she belongs but to do that the mother will have to come. What options do we have besides a marriage?
This is an immigration question. I have re-tagged it so that it can be answered by attorneys who understand this specialized area of law.
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Any such options, and there are quite a few, need to be analyzed during a private consultation with an experienced lawyer.
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