Adjustment of Status and the K-1 Visa
When you’re a U.S. citizen who wants to marry someone from another country – whether it’s your country of origin or elsewhere – you may be able to bring your fiancé to the United States on a K-1 visa. The K-1 visa is designed to allow a U.S. citizen and their foreign fiancé to get […]
What are the requirements for a Green Card?
If you’re like many people, you’d like to get lawful permanent residency in the United States. Lawful permanent residency enables you to live and work anywhere you wish in the U.S. or its territories. When you’re a lawful permanent resident (LPR), you get a green card; that card is proof of your legal residency in […]
11 Documents needed to Apply for a Green Card Through Marriage
This guide explains the 11 essential documents needed to apply for a green card through marriage, as well as some of the other types of proof you may need to provide USCIS.
The Ultimate Green Card Checklist
This guide contains a green card checklist you can use to make sure you have all the supporting documentation USCIS needs to review and approve your petition.
10 Common Reasons for Green Card denial in the U.S.
This guide explains the ten most common reasons for green card denial in the U.S.
Employment Authorization: Which Immigrants can work in the United States?
This guide explains employment authorization, including which immigrants are allowed to work in the U.S., and how to get an employment authorization document (EAD) from the U.S. government.
Getting Asylum in the United States
If you’re considering applying for asylum in the United States, you’re not alone.
What Happens During a Marriage Green Card Interview?
If you marry a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you become eligible for a marriage-based green card.
The Most Common Immigration Removal Defense Strategies
If you’re like many people facing removal proceedings (deportation), you’re probably more than a little concerned.
How to Help Your Parents Get Green Cards
This guide explains the process step-by-step so that you can better understand what’s involved in helping your parents obtain legal residency in the United States.