Santa Cruz Fianc´┐Ż Visa Lawyers

Santa Cruz Fiance Visa Lawyers, CA

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FiancÚ Visas allow persons to visit the United States and marry a U.S. citizen resident of Santa Cruz CA.

Applying for a fiancÚ visa will require you to show evidence of your U.S. citizenship, proof of permission for you both to marry, and evidence of the fiancÚ relationship such as meeting in person within the last two years.

Fiance Visas in Santa Cruz California

If you need to file a fiancÚ petition; then you will need to file in the United States. Even if you plan on residing in Santa Cruz all of your immigration papers need to be filed at the appropriate regional USCIS office. The address for this office can be found on your current form, or you can also ask a local immigration lawyer.

After you submit the fiancÚ petition, the visa process will begin. Because the fiancÚ who will be the subject of the visa is an immigrant, he or she must also fulfill some of the requirements typically associated with an immigrant visa.

Upon Finalization of the Fiance Visa Petition

After completing a fiancÚ petition and entering the United States, an applicant must marry the U.S. citizen sponsor within 90 days. Once married, applicants should change their immigration applications to accurately reflect their married status. Experienced Santa Cruz, CA FiancÚ Visa Attorneys can help to reduce the confusion associated with this intricate process.

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United States and California Area Fiance Visa Information

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Life in Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz, California is the largest city in, and county seat of, Santa Cruz County. It has a population of about 60,000 people.

Santa Cruz was the location of a Spanish settlement that was established in 1791. Beginning in the mid-20th century, and continuing to this day, Santa Cruz has long been a center of liberal and progressive social activism. In 1992, Santa Cruz, California became one of the first cities in the United States to legalize medical marijuana. The presence of the University of California, Santa Cruz adds to this culture of activism. It is also the largest employer in Santa Cruz, with about 7,000 workers. 

UC Santa Cruz does not have a law school, but many of its graduates go on to attend other California law schools, and become successful Santa Cruz, California lawyers.

If you are a resident of Santa Cruz, and are in need of legal help, you can almost certainly find a Santa Cruz, California attorney who can assist you.

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