Legal permanent residents (LPR), also known as green card holders, may apply to naturalize and become a U.S. citizen. For those who received their green card through marriage to a U.S. citizen, they can apply after 3 years of being an LPR. For all other categories, the wait to apply is after 5 years of being an LPR. There are …
This post explains the Diversity Visa Lottery program and updates for the DV-2021 registration period.
A conditional permanent resident green card is issued to those foreign nationals who have been married to their U.S. citizen spouse for less than two years when they arrived in the U.S. or adjusted their status. However, there are other important aspects about a conditional green card that you should be aware of.
On Wednesday, July 24th, Debby Le went live on our Facebook page to discuss two pathways to a green card: adjustment of status and consular processing.
As a helpful companion to our July Facebook Live Event, this post will review the most common forms used in the adjustment/consular process for Family Immigration.
To help you better understand what adjustment of status is, this post will give you a quick definition of the process and a high-level overview of the five main steps involved.
In preparation for our May Facebook Live Event, we are covering the documents you are usually required to submit with your N-400 application.
To help you better understand what consular processing is, this post will give you a quick definition of the process and a high-level overview of the five main steps involved.
On May 7th, applicants for the Diversity Visa Lottery will be selected in this year’s drawing to begin the immigration process. However, selection is only the first hurtle. There are still many steps you must take to complete the immigration process.
On January 27th, 2019, President Trump signed “Executive Order Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States” which changed many aspects of the U.S. immigration system.
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