By Betty Constuble
August 03, 2010
My son in law immigrated from England on a fiance visa a little over a year ago. He married my daughter and then applied for his green card and work permit. All these things took a very long time to come through. And in the process he had to make two trips to Juneau for biometrics and interviews. It would have been so much easier to have seen someone in Ketchikan. At one time you could, there was an immigrtion office here. But it was closed. People trying to be legal immigrants should not have to travel and spend needed money to meet the requirements. Please consider putting a UCIS office in Ketchikan again.
About: "I have a son in law recently immigrated from England who has gone through the process."
Received August 03, 2010 - Published August 03, 2010
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