It is not necessary to have an attorney to file for your marriage petition. However, having a good immigration attorney helping you in the process can make the difference between an approval and a denial. This legal guide will give you some tips and checklist of few of the necessary documents that you would want to put in your case to make sure the process goes smoothly. Note that this list is for general use only. Each case is particular, and it will be advisable to act or refrain to act based solely on this list.
* You will be asked about your vaccination history. If available, bring immunization records to your appointment. Note that if you are a beneficiary of INA 245(i) candidate, you will need to bring more proofs such as presence, copy of petition filed, etc.
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