Written by attorney Jamie Herrington Gorton

Five Uncommon Proofs of Good Faith Marriage

When applying for a green card, consider these five less common, but persuasive, types of evidence of a good faith marriage.

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Definitive instructions as to what types of evidence are mandatory are available in the instructions for the Form I-130, published on USCIS's website; however, the instructions are not tailored to any family's situation and USCIS officers frequently expect to see more evidence than is listed in the instructions as being mandatory. For more information, you can contact an immigration attorney with experience in submitting successful marriage-based green card applications. This legal guide was adapted from a blog post linked below.

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