The Immigration and Nationality Act lets nonimmigrants who are living in the U.S. change their temporary status to become a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) without having to leave the country. This process is known as adjustment of status. There are two ways to get an immigrant visa that would let you permanently live […]
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Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 1st, 2014
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado February 20th, 2014
People from all over the world want to settle in the U.S., but many of them don’t know how. The U.S. allows thousands of people every year to get a permanent resident card (green card), which allows them to permanently live and work in the U.S. However, it’s not easy to get a green card. There is […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado September 27th, 2013
If you are a US citizen or a permanent resident and if you seek to bring your family member to the United States, you can do so by sponsoring that relative for lawful status in the country. To sponsor a family member and get him/her a Green Card, you will have to start the application […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado September 20th, 2013
According to the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), a non-immigrant can change his/her temporary status to permanent resident status, if he/she meets all the requirements for a US Green Card, in a particular category. This process, of adjusting non-immigrant status to permanent resident status, is known as adjustment of status. Form I-485 must be filed […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado August 30th, 2013
Permanent resident cards, commonly known as Green Cards, are issued by the USCIS to the foreign nationals who become permanent residents of America. This status, though is known as permanent resident status, is not a lifetime status. To remain in America as a permanent resident forever, a foreign national who holds a Green Card must […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado July 9th, 2013
United States is one of the most popular countries and it has been drawing the attention of foreigners for ages. Many wish to relocate to the United States and it is the dream country for many. There are several reasons why foreign nationals select America when it comes to immigration. United States is made up […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado July 2nd, 2013
US citizens and Green Card holders can now petition for their same sex spouses. The US Supreme Court recently overturned the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and stated that it violated the Constitution. A section of this act prevented the US citizens and the permanent residents from sponsoring their same sex partners. Likewise, it also […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 28th, 2013
As believed by many, the most easiest way for a foreign national to become a permanent resident of the United States, is through marriage to a US citizen. In order to promote family unity, United States permits US citizens to sponsor their spouses and other immediate relatives for US Green Cards. If you are a […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado June 13th, 2013
Many people wish to live in the United States permanently but they are unaware of the process through which they can obtain lawful permanent resident status in America. United States recognizes the need for foreign nationals to settle in the United States and permits them to immigrate to America and live there permanently. Nevertheless, it […]
Posted by Dona Maria Avanzado April 4th, 2013
You need not return to your home country to file Form I-485 for adjustment of status and this immigration process is meant for the non-immigrants who are already in the United States and who are eligible for lawful status in America. If you manage to get a sponsor in the United States while in the […]
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- What Immigration Forms Should I Submit in Order to Get My Wife a Green Card?
- 3 Ways to Immigrate to USA
- Adjustment of Status for the Spouse of a Permanent Resident
- Apply for a US Visitor Visa Online by Filing Form DS-160
- Asylee’s Adjustment of Status to Permanent Residence
- Benefits of Citizenship and Immigration Services
- Can a K1 Visa Holder Apply for Adjustment of Status?
- Can I File Form I-130 for My Brother?
- Can the Deferred Action recipients Get US Green Cards?
- Common Mistakes Made During the US Immigration Process
- Customs and Immigration Inspection at the US Port of Entry
- Deferred Action Process – Frequently Asked Questions
- Difference Between US Green Cards and Work Visas
- Family Petitions I-130
- File Form I-821 to Apply for Temporary Protected Status
- File Form I-864, Affidavit of Support, to Sponsor a Relative
- Form I-130 Petition for Alien Relative – Frequently Asked Questions
- Form I-751 Interview Tips
- From Green Card to Citizenship
- Getting a Green Card through Marriage
- Green Card Benefits
- Green Card Holders – Do’s and Don’ts
- Green Card Renewal Cost
- Green Card Residency
- Guides to Filing the I-130 Immigration Petition
- How Can I Get a US Green Card Through Marriage?
- How Can You Get a US Green Card Based on Employment?
- How Do I Get a Green Card in America?
- How Do I Get a Green Card Through Investment?
- How do I Get a Green Card?
- How Do I Sponsor Green Cards for My Parents?
- How Do I Sponsor My Family Member for a US Green Card?
- How Do I Sponsor My Nephew to the US?
- How to Adjust Your Status and Get a Green Card
- How to Apply for a Green Card for Your Same Sex Partner?
- How to Become a Lawful Permanent Resident?
- How to Become Legal Permanent Resident?
- How to Complete Form I-130?
- How to Complete Form I-485?
- How to File Form I-130 for a Spouse Inside the United States – Step-by-Step Guide
- How to Find Out Immigration Status?
- How to Get a Green Card for my Spouse?
- How to Get a Refugee Travel Document?
- How To Get Family Based Green Cards?
- How to Get My Family to the U.S.?
- How to Get Through the US Immigration Interview?
- How To Replace Form I-94?
- I Would Like to Immigrate to US, What are My Options
- I-601A Form Facts
- I-601A Form Waiver for Immediate Relative
- Immigration Amnesty
- Immigration for Family Members
- Immigration Process Outside the United States
- Important Information About Immigration Forms
- Lawful Prospective Immigrant 2013
- Maintain Primary Residence in the United States to Retain Your Green Card
- Maintain Your Lawful Permanent Resident Status in the US
- Marriage Based Immigration and the Green Card Interview
- Permanent Residence in the United States
- Processing Petitions Outside the US
- Public Benefits for Green Card Holders
- Public Charge in US Immigration
- Rescheduling US Citizenship and Green Card Interviews
- Temporary and Permanent Employment in the United States
- The Immigration Through Adoption Process
- Things to Know About Form I-131, Application for Travel Document
- Things to Know About the US Immigration Medical Exam
- Things You Need to Know About the Affidavit of Support Form?
- United States Permanent Resident Card – Re-entry Permit
- US Green Card Through Marriage – Marriage Fraud
- USA Green Card – Permanent Residence
- USCIS Forms that can be E-Filed
- USCIS Forms to Request Deferred Action
- What After Filing Form I-751?
- What After the Green Card Interview?
- What Are the Travel Rules for Green Card Applicants ?
- What do you Gain by Possessing a Green Card
- What if My Form I-94 is Lost?
- What is “Permanent Resident”?
- What You Need to Know About a Conditional Green Card?
- What You Need to Know About Adjustment of Status?
- What You Need to Know About the Family Based Immigration Forms?
- What You Need to Know About the Marriage Green Card Interview?
- Which is the Easiest Way to Get a Green Card in the United States?
- Who is Eligible to File Form I-751 Online?
- Who is Eligible to Obtain the Deferred Action Benefits?
- Who Requires a Reentry Permit?
- Women and US Immigration
- Your Responsibilities as a Green Card Holder