What is the best application we can make to allow a British husband to live/work with American wife in the USA?

Im a British Citizen/UK passport holder and have been married to my American
Citizen/USA passport holder wife since October 2012. She is now back in the USA
as we’ve been living in the Caribbean our entire marriage and we are wanting to
see what the most solid method of application is that we can apply for for me so
that we can live in the USA? Is a Green Card the best available application or is
there anything more solid, PR, naturalisation, citizenship….and what should we do
to make this as fast as possible as we’ve already spent far too long apart as a
result of poor guidance. we really appreciate any assistance and look for help with
applying…stephenjaynsleygmail.com

Asked on March 3, 2017 under Immigration Law, Alaska

Answers:

SB Member California Bar / FreeAdvice Contributing Attorney

Answered 3 years ago | Contributor

So green card = permanent residence and that is really the only way for you to be eligible to get employment authorization and right to reside in the US with your wife in a quick and efficient way.  Depending on whether you are already in the US on the visa waiver or still abroad, you can have a couple of different paths as to how you pursue permanent residence.  Please feel free to email me if you want to discuss your specifics in more detail.


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