Marriage Green Card: Keeping a Family Together
Client: Adult Female U.S Citizen, Married to a Non-U.S. Citizen Husband
Husband’s Country of Origin: Jordan
Case Type: Marriage Green Card, I-485 Adjustment of Status Based on Marriage to a U.S. Citizen
Date of Application: April 25, 2011
Date of I-360 Approval: June 2, 2011
Date of I-485 Approval: February 12, 2013
Our client retained Herman Legal Group’s green card attorneys in Cleveland to secure approval for permanent residence on behalf of her husband, a Jordanian citizen, midst chaotic job changes.
Marriage green card cases often appear to be straightforward, but turn out to be the contrary. Aside from showing that the marriage is in fact, the result of mutual love and trust, the sponsor spouse must also demonstrate the ability to support another spouse or their combined income must exceed the legal minimum. In this particular situation, frequent job changes made it hard for to finalize the case in a timely manner.
Herman Legal Group helped our client produce a convincing case with a cosponsor and common finance. We prepared material for several hearings, guiding them through the hassles each time.
After several job changes, cosponsors and four hearings, our client secured permanent residence status for her husband. At Herman Legal Group, we always find joy in seeing genuine immigrants achieve the American dream – a new life together in the U.S.