In today’s episode of Law Talk, Trent and Andrew discuss the basics of the family-based visa process, from filing the I-130 to adjusting your status after entering the United States!
Marriage-based green cards are one of the quickest ways of living in the U.S. permanently. Sadly, this means they’re also one of the most abused.
Family members of U.S. citizens and permanent residents can immigrate to the United States through the family-based immigration process.
Your expected total cost may be higher or lower depending on your particular situation and whether you’re already in the country.
Wait times for green cards vary depending on the type of green card or visa you are applying for, and which country you are applying from.
Your Priority Date determines when an immigrant visa will be available to you so that you can apply for permanent residency.
The U.S. government recognizes the value of keeping families intact. For this reason, individuals can petition for green cards for their family members.
A wide variety of relationships, job opportunities, and other circumstances may help you become a permanent resident of the United States.
The green card interview is a unique experience that many applicants worry about. Consider the tips below as you prepare for your green card interview.
If you have a close family member in the United States who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, they may be able to help you get a green card.