Luis and Lisa were married. Luis immigrated from Colombia after Lisa, a USC, petitioned for Luis. Luis came to the United States with a conditional green card. Months later after Luis and Lisa started living together, they started having marital problems. Luis and Lisa divorced. Luis had a friend complete the application for the removal of the condition. Because the friend did not have experience doing this type of paperwork, he did not send all the required proof. Months later, Luis received a request for more evidence because USCIS believed that Luis and Lisa did not have a good faith marriage. USCIS wanted to deny the application. Our office assisted Luis in gathering all the evidence and submit them to USCIS. Our office also attended the interview with Luis and we were successful in obtaining Luis’ Green Card.
The problem with this case is that Luis had a friend complete his paperwork. Even though someone may have good intentions and offer to complete the paperwork for you, it is never a good idea. You should always go to a professional. Our office can help you with this type of process and ensure that you have a higher success rate when you apply for immigration benefits.
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