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How is this resource different?

There are a plenty of guides to the marriage and fiancee immigration process. Why would we decide to write another one, and why should you read it?

1. Written by a practicing immigration lawyer.

I run an immigration law firm that focuses on helping married couples and fiancees. Our team of lawyers works with clients all across the United States and around the world. The advice in this resources is based on our collective experience working every day on actual cases. This resource reflects the current reality of how these cases progress in a very contentious immigration law environment.

2. Strong focus on eligibility – get started on the right path.

Most people I talk to focus too much on *how* they should prepare their immigration case. This skips the more important question of *if* they should prepare their case. The most valuable advice an immigration lawyer can provide – and what I’m trying to share here – is about what immigration strategy is appropriate for an individual. The hardest part of an immigration attorney’s got is making sure that we catch all of the potential issues before a client moves forward with a case. Much of the focus in this resource is helping you spot these issues in your own case.

3. Procedural advised based on how immigration lawyers prepare cases.

When it does come time for you to start preparing your paperwork, we’ll share the procedures we use when working with Sound Immigration’s clients. This includes the detailed, step-by-step quality assurance protocol we use when reviewing our own clients’ immigration forms. We share the templates we most frequently use in our practice, including cover letters and supporting declarations.

4. Have a question? Ask a (free) question.

This resource is published both as a book and on Sound Immigration’s website. If you have a question, just navigate to that section of the resource on our website and leave a comment. We’ll get back to you in one business day with our input.

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Greg is recognized as the leading national authority on enforcement of the Form I-864, Affidavit of Support. Greg represents low-income green card holders in lawsuits to recover support from their sponsors. Practicing family-based immigration law, Greg also focuses on helping married and engaged couples with U.S. immigration.

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