If you are married (or engaged) to a U.S. citizen, or a U.S. citizen married to a foreign national, you have a few options for obtaining a green card through marriage.
If you are living in the United States as a lawful permanent resident, you can sponsor your spouse’s application for a green card. However, special conditions apply compared to sponsoring a spouse as a U.S. citizen, and the wait to secure a visa – the first step toward obtaining a green card – can be…
You are married and ready to start your life together in the U.S. However, as a foreign national, you have to apply for a spouse visa
While you were in the United States, you met the woman or man of your dreams. The thought of now having to part ways may feel devastating. Will you be allowed to stay if you get married?
Planning a wedding is often a time-consuming process with a thousand details to consider. For couples in which one is not a permanent resident or a U.S. citizen, you have the additional tasks associated with planning your move and your immigration application.
You plan to get married and join your spouse in the United States. Should you marry in your home country and apply for a marriage-based visa or should you come to the United States on a fiancé visa and marry here?
Eligibility to Sponsor Your Parents One of the great benefits of becoming a U.S. citizen is the opportunity to sponsor your parents to live permanently in the United States.
Getting a green card through marriage takes more than simply marrying another person. You must follow the rules specific to your individual situation. Are you married or engaged?
You’re in love. You want to spend the rest of your lives together. You know you can overcome any challenge that lies in your path and that first challenge is getting your loved one into the country.