Denied: immigration status for fiancée
Worland exchange teacher lived in China, had plans to marry
WORLAND – For Roscoe Lee Snider, a Worland resident and former English teacher in China, the plan seemed simple: follow official procedures and bring his Chinese fiancée (an English translator) to the United States to be married and live under the rule of law.
This week, Snider found out that the sometimes the easiest ideas can become complicated, when the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a component of the United States Department of Homeland Security, denied his request without explanation after an almost year-long application process.
“I feel like I’ve been denie...
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