Evidence of Prior Fraudulent Marriage Precludes Approval of Subsequent Marriage-Based Green Card Petition
The Board of Immigration Appeals ruled that substantial and probative evidence that a prior marriage was fraudulent and entered into for the purpose of evading the immigration laws justifies the denial of a subsequent green card petition. This applies if the first green card petition was denied because of insufficient evidence of a bona fide maritage.
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