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
As a lawful permanent resident (LPR) of the United States, you are subject to certain restrictions with regard to international travel. For example, if you have a green card and you wish to travel abroad while also maintaining your U.S. immigration status
When you apply for a green card based upon marriage to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR), you will be granted “conditional residence” status if your marriage is less than two years old
One of the frustrating aspects of the U.S. immigration process is that you may get stuck in an unsatisfying job until the long process is complete. Transferring jobs may delay approval of your green card. In some cases, you may need to start from the beginning
You are knee deep in the United States immigration process and you start to feel homesick. Perhaps you just want to enjoy a vacation abroad. No problem, just book a flight home for the week, right? No. Unfortunately, the United States immigration process complicates
The United States recognizes the tremendous value that foreign nationals with extraordinary abilities offer to our country.
The EB-2 second preference employment-based visa is reserved for professionals