Marriage 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.

Key Points to Know

  • The minimum fiancé(e) income requirement is $25,550 in 2024 for a household of 2.
  • Apart from your own personal income, the income of the members of your household related to you by birth, marriage, or adoption may be counted as part of your household income.

Marriage Green Card Articles

  • K-1 Visa Income Requirements

    K-1 Visa Income Requirements: a Complete Guide for Sponsors

    Published on April 29, 2024

    Our team has put together all the K-1 visa income requirements for 2024 so you can focus on your beloved. The K-1 visa is designed to help couples who wish to get married, and live together in the United States. While the romantic fantasy may conjour visions of a happily ever after, it’s necessary to…

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    Change Status from F-1 Visa to Marriage-Based Green Card

    Published on April 15, 2024

    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. The marriage green card process can be…

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    Key Differences between Fiancé(e) Visa vs Spouse Visa

    Published on April 12, 2024

    Deciding between a fiancé(e) visa vs spouse visa can be confusing if you don’t know the legal intricacies between the two immigration paths.The two visas have their distinct advantages and disadvantages that should be taken into account before beginning the filing process. While they both have their individual characteristics and benefits, there are significant differences…

  • J-1 Waiver Marriage to a U.S. Citizen J-1 to Green Card

    J-1 Waiver: Marriage to a U.S. Citizen

    Published on April 09, 2024

    The J-1 visa is a common and popular nonimmigrant work and study visa that encourages foreign nationals to come to the U.S. temporarily to learn and gain skills to take back to their home country. J-1 visa holders are completely free to marry U.S. citizens, but that does not automatically qualify them for permanent resident…

  • How to Get a Green Card in USA Without Marriage 2023

    How to Get a Green Card in USA Without Marriage

    Published on April 01, 2024

    As a foreign national, there are several ways through which you can become a U.S. green card holder and lawfully live and work permanently. On this page, we’ll explore the options to get a green card in the USA without marriage. Broadly speaking, green card eligibility can be categorized into three different groups. The first…

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

    Published on March 26, 2024

    Obtaining a marriage-based green card is possible by either being the spouse of a U.S. citizen or marrying a lawful permanent resident (LPR) in the U.S. Whichever path you take, the U.S. citizen or permanent resident spouse will have to sponsor your green card by submitting an I-130 petition to establish that your marriage is…