Ghana Love Reconnects Couple; Pandemic Interview Messiness was Beautifully Perfect; Permanent Residency Granted

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Good things can happen to good people even during a pandemic. What began as a young love in Ghana for a couple who then reconnected as adults became a green card life in the USA. 

With the U.S. citizen wife traveling back to Ghana to marry so extended family could be present, the immigration journey began. Following the immigration rules step-by-step, the wife returned to the USA alone and filed for her husband to join her. Months later, that approved petition reached the USEMB Accra and an immigrant visa appointment was scheduled.  The immigrant visa issued, and the happy couple were reunited in the USA.

Fast forward to the time of the Covid-19 pandemic and it’s time to remove the two=year condition to their marriage. How would CIS handle their interview? Spread out in 3 locations, of course.

The Immigration Service Officer administered the oath for the couple to tell the truth and departed to his separate space. The couple sat together in an empty office space, after delivering documents to evidence their real relationship.

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The Covid protocol-safe interview was completed successfully; and full, unrestricted Permanent Residency was granted.

Now what? Naturalization is next!  Why stop at a Green Card? Contact us to pursue U.S. citizenship. Particularly for Ghana, a country that allows dual citizenship.

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