how much could it cost to bring over a mecican wife
i am interested in a girl in nogalas and would love to make her my wife.. is this something that costs thousands of dallors to do.. she also has a child and i would have to bring her also
The basic processing fees are 1010
The additional fees are:
1. cost of a medical exam
2. cost of photographs
3. cost of translations of foreign language documents to english and any apostilles.
If you hire an attorney, it would cost on average an additonal 1250 - 1700 for a clean case in attorney fees.
If you hire an Immigration specialist to handle your case it could cost an additional 750 -1200 dollars. (The disadvantage to this route is that you may have to still hire an attorney later on if you require legal assistance).
I do not recommend do it yourself, though many are successful doing so.
If you need assistance you can find a good attorney at:
or for a specialist: firstname.lastname@example.org
JD -NYS Bar
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