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Published on February 15, 2021
The K-1 visa, more commonly referred to as the fiancé(e) visa, permits a U.S. citizen’s fiancé(e) to enter into the country for the purpose of marrying them within 90 days of stepping foot on U.S. soil. There are many K-1 visa benefits, which we’ll explore extensively in this post. Some of the K-1 visa benefits…
Published on August 18, 2020
The U.S. may be where you live, but often your home will always be wherever your parents live. If you want to make the U.S. feel more like home, this parent green card guide will get you closer to nostalgic meals, loving embraces, unsolicited life advice, comments about your friends, and all the other things…
Published on July 30, 2020
You grew up with them, they played with you, they teased you, they protected you, and in your eyes your siblings are immediate relatives. However, in the eyes of USCIS a sibling green card falls under the family-based category and not the immediate relative category. Also known as the F4 visa, this family-based green…
Published on July 03, 2020
As a foreign national, there are two steps to achieving U.S. citizenship through marriage. You must first become a lawful permanent resident, otherwise known as a green card holder. Once that is achieved, you can then apply for naturalization to become a U.S. citizen. If you are already in the United States as a green…
Published on July 04, 2019
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). The K-1 visa application is filed by the U.S. citizen on behalf of the foreign national.
Published on April 30, 2019
Yearly, about a million foreign nationals gain legal status in the U.S., and up to 25% of those are through marriage to a U.S. permanent resident or an American citizen. Marriage-based green cards help couples achieve their dream of living together as one family in the U.S. as immigrants.