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What Can Put My Marriage Visa in Jeopardy?

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Risk Factors When Applying for a Marriage Visa

Applying for a marriage visa can be a complicated process, and there are many things that can go wrong. From minor mishaps to complex legal issues, applicants may not even be fully aware they are making these errors when they become the reason for denial. In this blog, we will discuss some of the risk factors involved in the marriage visa application process.

Mistakes or Missing Information in Your Visa Application

One of the most common reasons why a marriage visa application is denied is because of mistakes or missing information in the application. It is important to be as accurate as possible when filling out your application and to include all required documentation. If you make a mistake on your application, it may be flagged and investigated, which could lead to delays or even a denial of your visa.

Another common mistake is failing to include required documentation. When you are applying for a marriage visa, you will need to provide proof of your relationship, as well as evidence that you meet the requirements for the visa. If you do not include all of the required documentation, your application may be denied.

Fraud Investigation

Another risk factor that can put your marriage visa in jeopardy is a fraud investigation. If there is any suspicion that you or your spouse may be trying to commit immigration fraud, your application will likely be flagged for an investigation. This can delay the process significantly and may result in a denial of your visa if the investigation finds evidence of fraud.

What Can Be Flagged as Fraud for a Marriage Visa?

There are a number of things that can be flagged as fraud when applying for a marriage visa. Some of the most common include:

  • Providing false information on your application
  • Failing to disclose important information, such as a previous marriage
  • Lying about your relationship with your spouse
  • Attempting to marry someone you are not actually in a relationship with

If you are accused of fraud, it is important to have an experienced immigration attorney on your side to help you navigate the investigation and ensure that your rights are protected.

Need Immigration Assistance? Call (800) 708-4399

The team at Maney | Gordon | Zeller, P.A. has over a century of combined experience helping families through the immigration process. If your application is getting caught at a certain point in the process or you have concerns about eligibility requirements, call (800) 708-4399 for a free initial case review.


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