OBTAINING A GREEN CARD VIA FAMILY SPONSORSHIP
Adjustment of status is the process of obtaining legal permanent residence in the U.S.. The adjustment application is filed with the Department of Homeland Security to get what is known as a 'green card'. We help people to adjust status every day. Call or email us, we wil let you speak directly with an experienced immigration lawyer.
Family Green Card Eligibility
Persons qualify for adjustment of status through family, employment, investor, or asylum status. Many issues may bar adjustment, such as criminal convictions, health impediments, documentation problems and immigration law violations.
A spouse, parent, unmarried child under age 21, the unmarried son or daughter over age 21, the married son or daughter, or the brother or sister of a United States citizen and have a visa petition approved in their behalf are all eligible. The wait times for each vary quite drastically; consult an immigration attorney to find out what these wait times currently are. The spouse or unmarried son or daughter of any age of a lawful permanent resident may also enter if you have a family-based visa petition approved in their behalf.
Green Card Process
An approved or concurrently filed visa petition allows a qualifying person to submit applications for registration, employment authorization, and travel permission, along with proof of financial support and good health. The process involves filing the petitions and applications with supporting documents, getting fingerprinted, attending an interview, and answering any reqests for evidence issued by the Department of Homeland Security or other agencies.
Green Card Services
We offer full service representation for adjusting status. We have filed many adjustment applications, and use our experience and technology to make the process as simple and fast for the client as possible. We do all the work and make a complicated process seem easy. Call us with any questions you have, we are always happy to explain the law and how you can benefit.
Our service includes:
• Preliminary advice for deciding the correct course of action;
• Gathering information and evidence;
• Preparing and submitting all of the forms and documents;
• Answering requests for evidence from the government;
• Attendance at the adjustment interview; and,
• Advice on maintaining status and removing conditions attached to status