The conditions on a two-year green card must be removed within 90 days of its expiration date. This process involves either a joint removal of conditions with your spouse or a waiver removal of conditions if you are no longer with your spouse or … [Read more...]
The Three Most Common Types of Employment-Based Immigration Visas
The Top Ways of Obtaining Permanent Residency Status through Your Employment If you are a foreign national looking to permanently emigrate to the United States, one of the primary ways that you can establish lawful permanent residency is with an … [Read more...]
Who can petition for a green card? Understanding family-based immigration
If you're considering applying for a green card, it's important to understand that you can't do it alone. Before you can even begin the process, you need to have a family member who can petition for you. But who can do this? Here's what you need to … [Read more...]
How can you get a green card?
A green card grants a foreign national the right to live and work in the United States for an indefinite period of time. There are a number of ways to qualify for a green card. A spouse or family member may sponsor you for lawful permanent residency, … [Read more...]
How Do You Qualify for a Green Card?
What Are the Different Ways that You Can Establish Lawful Permanent Residency? Securing a green card brings many benefits—it allows you to live and work permanently in the United States, provided you don't engage in certain activities that could … [Read more...]
What Are the Different Ways of Getting a Green Card?
How You Can Become a Lawful Permanent Resident You've left your home country and come to America, but you're only here on a temporary visa. You know that you want to live here permanently, but you're not sure how you can make that happen. Let's look … [Read more...]
Immigration Updates for July 2022
Temporary Protected Status Now Available for Ukrainians in the U.S.
U.S. to Allow 18-Month Protected Status to Ukrainian and Sudanese Refugees
Department of Homeland Security Announces Process With military conflict raging in both the Ukraine and Sudan, a wave of refugees is expected to seek protection in the United States. In mid-April, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced … [Read more...]