Marriage Based Green Card

Would you like to live permanently in the United States with your spouse who is a foreign national? If so, the next step is to apply for a marriage-based green card! Our technology simplifies the green card process by having you answer questions in a shorter period of time so that the entire case is expedited.

Marriage Based Green Card Articles

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    How to File Your I-130a Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary with I-130

    Published on January 13, 2023

    One of the wonderful things about being a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident is that it grants you the ability to petition for eligible relatives to join you in immigrating to the United States. Form I-130, Petition for Alien Relative, is what you’ll need to file in order to establish the relationship between you…

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    Can I Work While Waiting For a Marriage-Based Green Card?

    Published on January 05, 2023

    There are two ways through which you may be eligible for a marriage-based green card. One is by being the spouse of a U.S. citizen, and the other is to marry a lawful permanent resident (LPR) in the U.S. In either case, your U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse will have to sponsor your green…

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    K-1 Visa Interview Questions and Answers for 2022: Fiancé(e) Visa Interview Guide

    Published on November 21, 2022

    The K-1 nonimmigrant visa is filed by an American citizen to bring his or her foreign national fiancé(e) to the U.S. for the purpose of getting married. Just like the family-based immigration process, the most crucial requirement of the petition is for both parties to prove the authenticity of their relationship through documentation and an…

  • K-1 Visa Income Requirements

    K-1 Visa Income Requirements: a Complete Guide

    Published on October 31, 2022

    The K-1 visa is a nonimmigrant classification issued to a foreign national to travel to the U.S. for the purpose of getting married to his or her U.S. citizen fiancé(e). This fiancé(e) application is filed by the U.S. citizen on behalf of the foreign national, who must meet sponsorship requirements. On this page, you will…

  • Divorce Before Green Card Interview

    Divorce Before Green Card Interview: A Complete Guide

    Published on October 26, 2022

    Divorce is an emotionally difficult situation that most people wish to avoid. However, despite many couples’ carefulness and commitment to their marriages, divorce, and separation are still sometimes inevitable. According to the American Psychologists Association, 40-50% of married couples in the U.S. divorce. So what happens if you marry a U.S. citizen and then divorce?…

  • Fiancé(e) Visa Denial What To Do If Your K-1 Visa Is Denied

    Fiancé(e) Visa Denial: What To Do If Your K-1 Visa Is Denied

    Published on October 22, 2022

    A K-class visa is a non-immigrant visa category. It is widely used for a loved one of a US citizen to join them in the United States. The K-1 class explicitly is for a fiancé(e) to join his or her partner in the United States. Have you experienced a fiancé(e) visa denial? If so, it…

  • What Happens to Your Green Card After Divorce

    Green Card After Divorce: What Happens to Permanent Resident Status?

    Published on October 08, 2022

    Divorce is never pretty, but in the case of immigration law, it can be devastating in the wrong circumstances. Understandably, many immigrants who come to the United States wonder if a divorce will jeopardize their green card. If you were granted U.S. residence due to a marriage to a U.S. citizen, then your initial “conditional”…

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    F-1 Visa To Marriage-Based Green Card

    Published on August 26, 2022

    Many international students come to study in the United States every year through an F-1 nonimmigrant visa. The visa is granted only for the duration of each student’s program, with some additional months to gain work experience, after which you will need to return to your home country.