Visa Overstay and Marriage: Is a Green Card Still Possible?

Visa Overstay and Marriage: Is a Green Card Still Possible?

A visa overstay occurs when an individual remains in the United States beyond the expiration date of their visa without authorization. The implications of overstaying vary based on the duration of the overstay and can significantly affect one’s immigration status and ability to remain in or return to the U.S.

Exploring Marriage on a US Visitor Visa: Alternatives to the K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa

Exploring Marriage on a US Visitor Visa: Alternatives to the K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa

Planning to tie the knot in the US while on a visitor visa? Discover options beyond the K-1 fiancé(e) visa. This guide navigates the nuances of marrying a US citizen, especially for Canadians who enjoy visa-exempt status. Understand the possibilities, visa requirements, and the path to a green card without the conventional K-1 route.

Navigating the USCIS Marriage-Based Green Card Interview Process: A Comprehensive Guide

Navigating the USCIS Marriage-Based Green Card Interview Process: A Comprehensive Guide

Embarking on the journey of obtaining a green card through marriage in the United States? Discover crucial insights into the USCIS marriage interview process, including when it happens, required documents, and tips for answering questions effectively.

USCIS Form I-751: Removing Conditions on Permanent Residency

USCIS Form I-751: Removing Conditions on Permanent Residency

Conditional permanent resident status is designated for individuals who gain permanent residency in the U.S. through marriage when the marriage is under two years old. This status, valid for two years, begins a journey towards unconditional permanent residence. The condition underscores the U.S. government’s effort to prevent fraudulent marriages for the sake of immigration benefits. We discuss removing conditions through Form-751 with USCS to obtain a permanent 10-year green card here.