Don’t let simple mistakes or oversights cost you your marriage-based green card. Discover the common reasons for denials, and learn how to strengthen your application.
Read how we assisted a frustrated client in navigating the complex K1 fiance visa process and smoothly transitioning to a green card status. Read about their successful journey and our expertise in obtaining U.S. permanent residency.
Can living apart from your spouse affect your chances of obtaining a green card through marriage? Discover how the United States immigration law views this complex issue, and learn about the necessary requirements to navigate this process successfully.
Moving from Canada to the U.S. is more than just a physical transition, it involves a complex immigration process. See how we helped our Canadian client go from a visitor to a Green Card holder through marriage in less than 4 months.
Understanding how unauthorized employment may impact your U.S. green card application? Learn about the exceptions, risks, and the role of an immigration attorney in this post.
Navigating the immigration processes in the United States can be challenging, and understanding the terms used in these processes is essential. Two terms that often come up are “green card” and “visa.” In this blog post, we’re going to break down the differences between these two and give you a comprehensive understanding of each one.
Navigating U.S. Immigration law is a complex task. We take pride in helping Canadians, especially those entering the U.S. as non-controlled visitors, successfully obtain U.S. permanent residency or Green cards through marriage. Learn how we recently assisted one such client, a Canadian married to a U.S. citizen for over 20 years, in her successful one-step green card application process.
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Working in the United States without immigration authorization is illegal. In some cases, foreign nationals enter the United States as tourists, students, or non-immigrant workers and then overstay their legal immigration status. When their visa status expires, they simply remain in the United States and continue to work without authorization. In some cases, the foreign national marries a US citizen. We discuss the process of going from a visa overstay and unauthorized work to a green card through marriage here.
Our client had worked with a previous immigration lawyer that filed their case incorrectly. After several failed attempts. They hire us to handle their case. We were able to successfully file their case for a green card through marriage to a US citizen. He is now a US permanent resident. We discuss the approval here.