Legal Advice for “Green Card Marriage” — 195 results
Written by attorney Danielle Nelisse, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
The immigration interview husbands and wives are required to attend in order to get the foreign spouse their green card (lawful permanent residence) through marriage can be very anxiety... more
Written by attorney Thomas Geygan, about 4 years ago. STAFF PICK
If you're like most people, you've heard the term "green card," but aren't sure what it actually means. This guide explains what a green card is, what its benefits are, how to get one, and... more
Written by attorney Husna F. Alikhan, over 2 years ago.
When a United States Citizen marries a foreign visitor / student / employee or any other individual who entered the United States with inspection, s/he he can petition their foreign... more
Written by attorney Catherine May Co, 9 months ago.
Clients ask us frequently, “What happens when a US Citizen sponsors his/her spouse for a green card and they get divorced prior to the mandated waiting period by DHS (Department of Homeland... more
Written by attorney David Eli Larson, about 3 years ago.
Marriage to a US citizen is one of the fastest, surest and least expensive ways to get a "green card", but there are major problems for people who commit marriage fraud or who have entered... more
Written by attorney Jason Lorenzon, over 3 years ago.
Some of the misconceptions that a marriage to a United States Citizen will end up in a green card for a non-USC. This guide will address some of those misconceptions.
Written by attorney Kevin R Leeper, almost 4 years ago.
Although it is the most common method of obtaining permanent residence, the process has a few pitfalls of which you need to be aware. This guide outlines the basic requirements. This... more
Written by attorney Gisele Ambrosio, about 4 years ago.
Step 1 Gather up documentation of bona fide marriage, even if you submitted it with your initial Adjustment of Status (AOS) application. Items like cards, notes, letters, emails, photos,... more
Written by attorney Andrew Wilson, over 4 years ago.
Immigrants who have married a US citizen can obtain a green card under the immediate relative category, which has no priority date backlog.
Written by attorney Dyan Williams, about 1 month ago.
Marrying a U.S. citizen is one of the quickest — but not necessarily the easiest — way to get a green card. This guide explains 5 things to do to prove the bona fides of your marriage and... more