An Adjustment of Status is a process where a foreigner (alien) applies for permanent residence (green card) while in US concurrently or after receiving approval of immigration visa.
To be eligible... more
A person begins to accrue unlawful presence in the US if a person remains in the US after his or her I-94 card expires.
A person is out of status because they haven't maintained the terms of their... more
The announcements of this week made millions of people, their families and legal representatives very happy and hopeful. After all, it is the closest we came to meaningfully discuss the Comprehensive... more
What is Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR)?
CIR is the name used to describe immigration reform that is being discussed in Congress to reform a severely outdated immigration system. CIR will... more
An adjustment of status application permits an immigrant to receive a green card. An applicant must be present in the United States when he/she files and cannot leave the country without obtaining an... more
Brief Introduction to Adjustment of Status
Adjustment of status is a term used to describe the process of becoming a lawful permanent resident. There are multiple ways to adjust status, but most... more
HOW ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS WORKS
Adjustment of Status is a process that allows a United States citizen, and in some situations a green card holder, to sponsor a foreign national and get a green card... more