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U.S. Citizen Abroad Filing an Immigrant Petition for a Spouse
U.S. Citizen Abroad Filing an Immigrant Petition for a Spouse

Are you a U.S. citizen living abroad and looking to sponsor your spouse for a U.S. green card? The information below will provide some insight into the process you need to follow to sponsor your spouse. If you are planning to move back to the United States at or around the ...

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    Are you a U.S. citizen living abroad and looking to sponsor your spouse for a U.S. green card? The information below will provide some insight into the process you need to follow to sponsor your ...

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