Adjustment of Status
If you are in the United States and do not have legal status, we can help you file for your legal permanent residency (i.e. greencard) with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (“USCIS”) based on your relationship with your family member (i.e. husband/wife, parent/child, sibling/sibling). We will prepare and file the application with USCIS, prepare you for your interview and also attend the interview with you at the assigned USCIS offices, if required.
If you have a family member (i.e. spouse, child, parent, sibling) who lives outside the United States, an Immigration Attorney in NYC can help your family member immigrate to the United States via a two-step process:
- File an I-130 Petition for Alien Relative with USCIS
- After the I-130 Petition is approved, we can assist you with all the necessary paperwork requested by the National Visa Center and help your family member prepare for the interview at the U.S. Consulate in their home country.
- If you are an engaged U.S. citizen and your fiancé(e) is living outside of the United States, we can help your fiancé(e) immigrate to the United States via the following process:
- File an I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) with USCIS.Once the I-129F is approved, we can assist you with all the necessary paperwork requested by the National Visa Center and help your fiancé(e) prepare for their K-1 visa interview at the U.S. Consulate in their home country.
After your fiancé(e) is granted a K-1 visa and after he/she enters the United States with this visa, you must marry within ninety (90) days from the date of entry.
After marriage, an adjustment of status application must be filed with USCIS so your husband/wife can become a legal permanent resident.
In addition, we can help your fiancé(e) bring their child (or children) to the United States by assisting them in applying for the child’s K-3 visa.
Removing the Conditions of Your Residency
If you were only granted a two (2) year conditional green card by USCIS, based on your marriage to a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident (“LPR”), then you must file an I-751 Petition to Remove Conditions of Residency prior to its expiration.
We have been successful in obtaining the approval of the I-751 Petition without the need to go to an interview with USCIS.
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