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  • March 2021 visa bulletin

    October 2021 Visa Bulletin: Analysis & Predictions

    Published on September 16, 2021

    One of the biggest parts of getting a green card in the U.S. is waiting for your priority date to be current. For those that have invested the time, effort, and money into an immigrant visa, questions arise such as “How long will it take for my date to be current?” and “Can I speed…

  • parent green card guide

    The Parent Green Card Guide: From Petitioning to Processing

    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…

  • Family-Based Green Card Filing Fees 2020

    Family-Based Green Card Filing Fees 2020

    Published on August 03, 2020

    Every family-based green card application process starts by filing forms such as the I-130, I-485, and DS-260, depending on the location of the green card application beneficiary. Each of these application forms has its own filing fees. In addition, there are other expenses, such as immigration medical exam fees, biometric service fees, and many more….

  • June 2018 Visa Bulletin

    June 2018 Visa Bulletin

    Published on May 11, 2018

    With the summer season just around the corner, it’s time to examine the next Department of State visa bulletin to see where the final action dates have moved. Waiting for your priority date to be current can be an arduous process, and understanding how the dates are affected can be difficult. That’s why we’ve created…

  • Sponsoring Family Green Card

    Top Tips for Sponsoring a Family Member Green Card

    Published on April 02, 2018

    U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) or green card holders have the ability to sponsor a foreign-born member of their family. Receiving permanent residency allows you to obtain employment authorization (commonly known as a work permit). While this process does not occur overnight, there are ways to get the process started on the right…