Marriage tests couples in any number of ways.
Lillie Williams and Jonatan Palacios, both 27, have just spent about an hour being quizzed — literally — on their relationship.
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Standing outside a gray federal building in West Philadelphia, they described their interview with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, which covered everything from the date they married to the name of their cat.
“Even though I know everything, for some reason I got in the interview and couldn’t remember any of the dates,” said Williams, chuckling. “Usually I get mad at him for not remembering the dates.”
Williams, who is petite and bubbly, and Palacios, who is tall and speaks softly, have been together for seven years and married for two. They’re also what immigration attorneys refer