How David helped a French student get her permanent green card
My name is Marine, and David spent five years helping me become a US permanent resident.
I used to live in Paris and Nice. I came to New York City to study graphic design. I met my husband while being on a student visa. My husband is a musician and a computer programmer. His mother is French, but he is American. We got married and we applied for a green card.
I was nervous, but the interview with US immigration service went fine, I got my conditional green card and then my permanent green card. David prepared us for the interview and ran practice interviews with us. I had confidence going into that marriage interview.
I don’t plan to get a US passport, because I have French and Finnish citizenship (my Dad is Finish). I do not think I can have three citizenships and I am not willing to renounce of my citizenship.
We are currently separated with my husband. We are figuring things out and taking our time to figure things out. We do not plan to divorce right now. I plan to stay in the United States. I own a language school, where we teach French, Italian, Spanish and Japanese. David is the person I go to for all legal advice.