Green Card Denial

Key Points to Know

  • Total green card fees vary based on the individual circumstances of a case but you can expect to pay anywhere from $1,340 to $3,090 or more.
  • The relationship you have to have to the U.S. citizen will depend on your wait time and other associated fees.
  • An experienced immigration attorney is best qualified to help you with you case and ensure the highest chances for approval.

Green Card Denial Articles

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    Family-Based Green Card Application Fees: Breakdown for All Relatives

    Published on April 04, 2024

    On this page, you will learn about family-based green card filing fees, how much it costs to sponsor an immigrant and all other information related to the cost of a green card application. Every family-based green card application process starts by filing forms such as the I-130 and I-485, depending on the location of the green…

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    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…

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    What Section 214(B) Visa Denial Means

    Published on August 15, 2022

    Has your visa been rejected by a consular officer under Section 214(b) of the Immigration and Nationality Act? Millions of visas are denied each year under this section of law. If this is your scenario, you may be confused and wondering what that means and if there is any way to get around it. U.S….

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    Guide to File a Waiver of Inadmissibility via Form I-601

    Published on July 15, 2021

    There are a number of reasons you may be deemed inadmissible by U.S. authorities including having a criminal record, contagious disease of public health significance, likelihood of becoming a public charge, prior removals, unlawful presence, fraud and other considerations which we will explore. If you are deemed inadmissible that could mean you are banned from…

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    Green Card Denial

    Published on May 08, 2020

    When pursuing a green card in the U.S., there is a lot on the line. You have invested time, effort, and money into your immigration path that cannot be replaced if lost. That’s why getting a green card denial can be so devastating. For those that are in the midst of denial or are looking…

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    Can You Get A Marriage-Based Green Card With a Criminal History?

    Published on August 15, 2019

    Ordinarily, the U.S. marriage-based green card application is a highly scrutinized visa procedure due to how common fraud cases are. This process can get more complicated if an applicant has been involved in certain crimes in the past, especially if they were convicted. You are required by immigration law to declare your criminal history when…

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    Prove Your Marriage Is Bona Fide for a Green Card With These Tips

    Published on July 25, 2019

    The marriage-based green card is one of the most preferred means of gaining lawful permanent resident status in the United States. However, there have also been cases of some applicants attempting to circumvent the immigration process through this green card category. Many of these ineligible applicants go so far as arranging fraudulent “marriages” just to…

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    Marriage-Based Green Card Denial

    Published on July 16, 2019

    Marriage-based green cards make up one-fourth of the total approved lawful permanent resident cards issued by the USCIS, making it one of the most popular routes to the United States permanent residency. Interestingly, this seemingly simple immigrant visa classification is also the most scrutinized by immigration officers.