Juan wanted to apply for citizenship. Ten years ago, he married a United States Citizen and obtained his green card. At the naturalization interview, he was denied because he was found to not meet the good moral character requirement. The officer inquired about the applicant not having a good faith marriage and obtaining the green card through fraud. Our office represented this individual on obtaining the necessary evidence to proof his past marriage and letter supporting his good moral character. The applicant was granted his citizenship.
When you apply for citizenship, USCIS review your immigration history. They investigate how you obtained your green card and can inquire about past marriages. We can help you prepare for your citizenship. Give us a call.
DISCLAIMER: The names, locations, and some of the facts were changed to protect the privacy of individuals. Past approval or successful negotiations of a case is not a guarantee or prediction regarding the outcome of future cases. Case results depend upon a variety of factors unique to each case. The above case studies are based on real clients. The names and locations were changed to protect their identities.