Before starting the marriage green card process, learn what documents applicants need to prepare to speed the process up and avoid making common mistakes. Make sure to find more information that might interest you on our blog, or contact us.
If you have U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent residence status and fell in love with a foreign national, you probably consider options on how to bring your loved one to the United States where you can live together and make a family.
If so, you probably know that among eligible criteria are specific income requirements that a sponsor has to meet. This applies whether you are a sponsor, a joint sponsor, or a substitute sponsor. Since many people doubt whether they meet these criteria, we prepared this article to dive into more details on determining your eligibility regarding enough income.
Marrying an undocumented or overstayed immigrant who came on a tourist visa by a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident is very often in the United States in the past years. If you are a U.S. citizen or you hold a permanent residence status, and you have an undocumented spouse, you might wonder how to help them get a green card.
Are you about to apply for a marriage green? If so, you've probably heard that the green card process can be expensive. But first, we would like to congratulate you on your marriage! This is a huge step, and we ensure you that you are at the right place to look for the information you need about applying for a green card through marriage so you can continue realizing your life plans.
If you want to seek a marriage-based green card, but you have been married before, bear in mind that the U.S. government requires spouses' divorce decree, a certificate of annulment, or a death certificate. In addition, if you have had more marriages, you will have to obtain such a certificate for each of them.
If like thousands of other American citizens who marry foreign spouses each year, you are looking to make a new beginning in the United States with your spouse, you came to the right place. We prepared this guide to help you understand the basic timeline of the complete application procedure to be aware of how long your marriage-based green card procedure will take and how to make life plans accordingly.
Have your spouse living abroad, and you, as a U.S. citizen, already chose the United States and decided to live in this country permanently? If that is so, you are ready to learn about the process of getting a green card through marriage as your best option and help your spouse and apply for a green card and permanent residence.
In 2016, our client, a citizen of Jordan, entered the US on a visitor visa for personal travel. Shortly afterward, he applied for asylum. During the waiting period of the asylum application, our client united in marriage with a US citizen, and Chief Paralegal Connie Cook of Herman Legal Group assisted with filing for a marriage green card application concurrently with closing the asylum case.
Our client came to the US on tourist status to visit his girlfriend and continue the growth of their relationship. After some time passed, their love grew and eventually, they sought to unite in marriage.