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  • What Happens to Your Green Card After Divorce 2023

    Green Card After Divorce | Explained

    Published on November 18, 2023

    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” green…

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    Marriage Based Green Card Interview Questions | The Complete Guide

    Published on August 11, 2023

    Most people will agree that love has no geographic boundaries. It’s not uncommon for a United States citizen to begin and continue a relationship with an individual who does not have permanent residence in the U.S. The challenges of maintaining a long-distance relationship though can be tiresome and most couples would rather be living in…

  • 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?…

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    Employment Verification Letter for Green Card: a Complete Guide

    Published on October 01, 2022

    An employment verification letter for immigration (EVL) is one way to satisfy proof of employment requirements that are needed for various U.S. visas. It is relatively easy to obtain from an employer that you are working for. Many USCIS forms, like Affidavits of Support, require the applicant or intending immigrant to submit proof of employment…

  • Green Card Abandonment Consequences and Ways to Reinstate a Green Card cover photo

    Green Card Abandonment and Reinstatement: How Not To Lose Your Green Card While Traveling

    Published on July 25, 2022

    You may be subject to green card abandonment or green card cancellation without even knowing it. Many U.S. permanent residents travel every year without knowing they risk losing their legal permanent resident (LPR) status. On this page, you will learn what is green card abandonment, a re-entry permit, Form I-407, and how to reinstate a…

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    Ultimate Guide to Real Marriage Certificate for Immigration to the U.S.

    Published on July 19, 2022

    For most people, getting married is one of the most memorable days of their lives. With so many details to manage it can be easy to overlook two of the most important parts — obtaining the marriage license and then marriage certificate. The marriage license is what precedes the marriage certificate (received post matrimony). In…

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    What is Class of Admission?

    Published on October 11, 2021

    You may have seen the words Class of Admission on various immigration-related documents (such as Form I-90 or Form I-131) if you are trying to apply for a green card renewal or replace a lost card.  Your Class of Admission is basically used to describe the visa category in which you were admitted into the…

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    COVID-19 Vaccine Required for Green Card Applicants

    Published on August 30, 2021

    Beginning October 1, USCIS along with the United States Department of State (DHS) will be requiring green card applicants, seeking either refugee or lawful permanent status to be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and show proof of it at their medical exam. This new I-693 Medical Exam vaccine requirement will apply to any permanent resident applicant…