Couples Support Since 2008

Hello, I'm Xiaoying

Since 2008 I've helped visa applicants obtain Chinese legal documents, translate information for forms, and prep them for interviews. I also help them register with the consulate for interview dates and document pick-up.

I use WeChat and QQ International for free 2-way communications with Chinese applicants, while my husband Randy supports the U.S. petitioner via email.

Randy & Xiaoying Marsh - U.S./Chinese Couples Support at Buda Law Group

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