As a Miami immigration attorney who has represented a good number of clients on marriage-based green card applications, I have encountered certain themes throughout my career. If you do not currently have any other legal status in the United States, then you should be receiving a Notice to Appear (NTA) after your application is denied. Your attorney may inform the Immigration Judge that you would like to seek adjustment of status as your relief from removal. A deadline will be set for you to provide all paperwork to the court and to the government attorney. Your attorney will likely give copies to the Immigration Court and the government attorney of your I-485 and all supporting evidence, plus the receipts from USCIS (I-797 s) showing that your application was received and that fees were paid. Your immigration attorney should also have worked with you beforehand to see if  you can come up with more evidence, which you did not present with your original application to USCIS. If USCIS did not revoke or deny your family petition (I-129F or I-130) then your Miami immigration attorney may  file a new application to adjust status (I-485) with the petition receipt and all other supporting evidence. Whether you will be successful at obtaining a green card either by renewing your claim in immigration court or submitting a new one really depends on why the application was denied in the first place. As a Miami family-based immigration attorney, it is disconcerting how many individuals come to me with otherwise strong cases, but for the lack of bona fides.
If you are truly eligible to adjust status, but just did not prepare your application well the first time, you could succeed when you renew or refile by including more information and evidence.
It is possible that USCIS believed you were inadmissible for some reason other than lack of evidence.
For more information on what constitutes a bona fide marriage, please contact Miami family-based immigration attorney Michael G. The Ten Network has secured the Australian rights to a reality TV show in which ambitious American brides chase the hand of Britain's Prince Harry in royal marriage. The catch is that they're not actually chasing Prince Harry, but rather a look-a-like, Matthew Hicks, who resembles the prince.


The series, I Wanna Marry Harry, sends 12 American women to a British stately home in the belief that they are contenders for Prince Harry's hand in marriage. The women signed on in the belief that His Royal Highness, Prince Henry Charles Albert David of Wales - best known to his subjects as Prince Harry - was looking for an American bride. Harry, the son of Prince Charles and the late Princess Diana, is fourth in line to the British (and Australian) throne. By the week's end, however, the contestants discover that their prince isn't a prince after all, but an ordinary British man who happens to resemble the playboy prince. The series is a twist on another Fox show, Joe Millionaire, in which money-hungry women were enticed into a dating show where the prize was a millionaire who was, in fact, just a penniless working-class guy. The real prince, meanwhile, has recently split from his girlfriend, socialite Cressida Bonas, the daughter of former model Lady Mary Gaye Curzon and businessman Jeffrey Bonas.
I think it's probably better to marry later in life, though possibly that's influenced by the fact that both of my parents married at a later stage in life. I'm 27 right now I don't consider if I marry now, I don't consider marrying early so, I guess marrying late is better. I think you should marry when you're older, but I don't think that means that marrying when you're younger is necessarily a bad thing. I used to believe that marrying young is better than marrying later in life, but now that I married later, I think it was a good decision to do whatever you want to do when you are young and you have experienced things you couldn't have done if you were married so I'm really happy to be married a little later in my life.
Again, you should seriously consider retaining a Miami immigration lawyer to assist with this.
The Immigration Judge will also set a date for your Individual or “Merits” Hearing, which is when your Miami family-based immigration attorney will present your case.
If you are in some other valid status such as on a nonimmigrant work visa, student visa, temporary protected status (TPS), DACA, or are not deportable for some other clear reason, USCIS will not issue an Notice to Appear. Most often, in cases based on marriage, USCIS may deny an application if it did not think there was enough evidence that the marriage was bona fide.


For example, the denial might be based on a past criminal conviction or a prior order of removal. In order to do so, the applicant must adequately buttress the application with enough documentation to prove to the USCIS that the marriage is not a sham. It has been produced for Fox by Ryan Seacrest's production company, Ryan Seacrest Productions.
I think you should get married when you have found the right person and you're really sure that this is someone you want to spend the rest of your life with.
The reason I think that is because it allows you to really discover who you are and to do a lot of the things that you would want to do while you're young. Students and teachers are free to download, copy and distribute these materials for educational purposes. If USCIS was correct about the facts and the law, then you can expect a denial if you renew or refile without first taking other steps to remedy the basis for your apparent inadmissibility. If you  did not provide enough evidence to prove that your marriage is real, you can think of your immigration court hearing or chance to refile as an opportunity to overcome that issue. This is why I almost recommend that you consult with an immigration attorney for your marriage-based adjustment application.
However, if the USCIS actually found evidence that you were committing marriage fraud, your chances of success are much lower. At this point, you should absolutely consult a Miami family-based immigration attorney with experience in marriage fraud cases to see if you have a chance at remedying the situation. Again, at this point it would be advisable to speak with a Miami immigration attorney to find out whether you qualify for a waiver.



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