Proving good moral character is an essential element of any application for U.S. citizenship. Generally, this means avoiding disqualifying factors.
Depending on the specifics of your case or health, you may be able to forego taking all or part of the U.S. citizenship exam.
In general, the green card process begins when your U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse files Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, on your behalf.
To overcome an immigration bar you may have to prove that your spouse’s absence from the U.S. could cause you extreme hardship.
USCIS requires that you and your spouse file a joint I-751 petition to remove your conditions. Doing so is actually quite simple.
Your fiancé’s criminal records affect on their ability to immigrate to the United States depends on several different factors.
The medical exam that you are required to submit with your permanent residency application will include a review of your vaccination record.
By following appropriate procedures, and with a lawyer’s help, you may still be able to bring your fiancé to the United States in spite of your record.
Both the U.S. citizen and Permanent Resident spouse are required to file form I-751 with USCIS, but as with all rules there are exceptions.