GREEN CARD MARRIAGE PROCESS
The green card marriage process is for those already married with the Spouse here in the United States. To qualify for a green card through marriage, a person also must send proof of legal entry into the U.S. or an exemption based on 245(i) or 245(a) (for example, the applicant entered illegally but an I-130 previously was filed on your behalf before May 1, 2001).
The address on the green card marriage form must be correct. After sending a complete green card marriage application, the applicant should receive a biometrics appointment (usually within six to eight weeks), during which she/he will be fingerprinted.
The last step after biometrics should be an green card marriage interview at a U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services office. If an applicant qualifies for a green card through marriage to a U.S. citizen, then the spouse must attend the interview with the applicant. Most interviews last less than 30 minutes and consist of questions that the applicant already answered on her/his applications.