Legal Advice for Adjustment of Status — 155 results
Written by attorney Ekaette Eddings, over 3 years ago.
Documents. Gather and organize your documents for easy reference.
Gather and organize evidence including photographs in an orderly manner.
Provide documents relating to you marriage,... more
Written by attorney Shah Peerally, about 4 years ago.
When Can I file adjustment of Status? You can file adjustment of status when you are already present in the United States and you meet the requirements to file. For example for a marriage... more
Written by attorney Rachel Hersh, almost 4 years ago.
The AOS Basics Adjustment of Status is the process of obtaining Lawful Permanent Resident (greencard) status in the United States without having to leave the United States to do so. It is... more
Written by attorney Michael F. Brown, over 2 years ago.
If you are an H-1B worker with unpaid wages, as my blog www.h1blegalrights.com has described, there is a 1-year deadline for a particular type of legal complaint you could pursue. That is,... more
Written by attorney Daniel E. Green, over 2 years ago.
On April 2, 2012, DHS announced proposed regulations that would open a partially in-country path to residency status to a portion of the undocumented population who have been and remain... more
Written by attorney Elizabeth Kohler, over 3 years ago.
Carefully Review Your Immigration Forms When you filled in and mailed your immigration forms, you should have either made a copy, or if you prepared these with the assistance of an... more
Written by attorney Thomas P. Miller, over 3 years ago.
An immediate relative of a United States citizen, can adjust his or her status to a legal permanent resident if the immediate relative meets certain criteria. The U.S. citizen is referred... more
Written by attorney Stuart Reich, about 3 years ago.
If unlawful entry prevents adjustment her ein the U.S. and not 245(i)-eligible, can they process abroad? In theory, yes - but many people will not be able to do this as a practical matter.... more
Written by attorney Thomas Geygan, over 3 years ago.
If you are the widow of a United States citizen, residing in the United States, and wish to become a permanent resident, you may apply for an "Adjustment of Status." This process is... more
Written by attorney Leonard D'Arrigo, over 3 years ago.
ASSEMBLING YOUR APPLICATION
Prepare a cover letter to USCIS outlining the contents of your application; assemble petition in the following order. Use the subject line below to flag to... more