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Answer: The USCIS (United States Citizenship and Immigration Services) does not differentiate cases based on the previous length of the marriage up to a certain point. To the same agency, any marriage that does not involve a child born or which lasts less than two years is classified as suspicious in the exact same way. The suspicion is cleared when the authenticity of the same marriage is proven. This is achieved 50% though the documentary evidence, while the other 50% covers oral testimonies of both partners during personal interviews that take place in the USCIS. Simply put, if the marriage is shorter than two years, the USCIS perceives any duration in the same manner.