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    I have been married 22 year to a US citizen who is not a permanent resident in the US.I'm mexican, we live in Israel and we want to move to the US. How difficult is to obtain my green card?

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    I have been married 22 year to a US citizen who is not a permanent resident in the US.I'm mexican, we live in Israel and we want to move to the US. How difficult is to obtain my green card?

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      USC citizen can't petition for you (sign affidavit of support) without having a domicile in the US. So, if that's an issue here, you may want to look into how USC can establish a domicile.

      Here is something more about that:
      http://immigration.lawyers.com/ask-a-lawyer/Affidavit-o...cile-Issue-5833.html
      http://www.immigration.com/I-864/affidavit.html

      That's where I see an obstacle. Otherwise, if you are eligible to immigrate, the rest of the process will be the same as for the others who are persuing immigrant visa (dealing with all the paperwork). Some find it difficult, some not. It depends also on the consulate you are going through... I haven't heard anything about the reputation of the consulate in Israel..

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        Thanks for your great answer.
        <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by aneri:
        USC citizen can't petition for you (sign affidavit of support) without having a domicile in the US. So, if that's an issue here, you may want to look into how USC can establish a domicile.

        Here is something more about that:
        http://immigration.lawyers.com/ask-a-lawyer/Affidavit-o...cile-Issue-5833.html
        http://www.immigration.com/I-864/affidavit.html

        That's where I see an obstacle. Otherwise, if you are eligible to immigrate, the rest of the process will be the same as for the others who are persuing immigrant visa (dealing with all the paperwork). Some find it difficult, some not. It depends also on the consulate you are going through... I haven't heard anything about the reputation of the consulate in Israel.. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

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