New Jersey Marriage Exam Lawyers
The answer to this question depends on the answer of the following question: How well do you know your spouse? When going before a US Citizenship and Immigration Services official, you are going to be asked numerous, detail-specific questions in order to test the knowledge of not only your spouse, but your relationship with your spouse. You will be asked questions such as: date of when you first met, names of who attended the wedding and describing the residence you both live in.
If you can answer the USCIS official with specific dates, details and facts, then you will be able to pass your marriage exam. However, to get a better understanding of the interview process and what to expect during your marriage exam, you should speak to a seasoned, professional immigration attorney. An experienced immigration attorney will be able to prepare you and your spouse before facing the USCIS official, and can help defend you if you do happen to fail the exam and are charged with fraud. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our experienced attorneys have experience in both immigration law and criminal defense, which allows us to be thorough with your case and to protect you fully, regardless of the outcome of your marriage exam. Call our Monmouth County immigration attorneys anytime, even on nights and weekends, at 732-383-6242 to use our free initial consultation.