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Liberian Green Card After Bad Marriage Interview

Author: Joseph P. Murphy, Esq., Allegheny Immigration Group

Release Date: 01/19/2020 (YouTube)

Author’s Statement:

Hey, this is Joe Murphy with a new update on the Liberian Green Card Program. I’m getting a lot of calls from Liberians who’ve been married to an American citizen and tried to get their green card that way in the past. People are scared that a bad interview will be held against them when applying for a Liberian Green Card. It won’t. When you apply for a Green card through marriage, your citizen spouse is acting as the sponsor of your Green card. If the immigration authorities don’t think the marriage is bonafide or absolutely as real as it could be, they may deny your Green Card based on marriage because the sponsorship is not good.

The Liberian Green Card Program is just a different sponsor. You’re being sponsored by Donald Trump, the president of the United States. No one’s worried that he doesn’t have enough money. That programme requires that you’re a Liberian National physically present in the United States since November 20th, 2014. You could have had upto a 180 days out of the country. You can’t have any major crimes. So don’t worry if you had a bad interview. The Liberian Green Card Program doesn’t require that you pass your marriage interview. It only requires that you’re a Liberian National, physically present in the United States since November 20th, 2014 with a 180 days or less time outside the United States and no major crimes. If you fit that description, you can get the Liberian Green Card. Even if you don’t have a job, even if you don’t have a sponsor, even if you’re using public benefits, even if you’ve been ordered deported and even if you had a bad interview trying to get a green card a different way. You’re being sponsored by the president of the United States, so let’s go get that green card.

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