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Marriage-Based Green Card or K1 Fiancé Visa: 4 Questions to Ask Yourself

Marriage-Based Green Card or K1 Fiancé Visa: 4 Questions to Ask Yourself

In our practice at Ashoori Law, clients frequently ask us about whether it makes more sense to apply for a marriage-based green card or a K1 fiancé visa. It is an understandable area of confusion. In fact, there are a number of considerations that come into play in deciding which is the best course for you and your significant other.

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USCIS Can Deny Green Card Renewal Applications for Excessive Time Abroad

USCIS Can Deny Green Card Renewal Applications for Excessive Time Abroad

Did you know that if you spend too much time outside of the United States, then United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can deny your green card renewal? It is true. Our firm recently was contacted by someone who needed help because USCIS was on the verge of denying his request to renew his green card. The reason was…

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Good News! Green Cards Approved Without Interview

Green Cards Approved WITHOUT Interview (Good News!)

Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have observed USCIS waive some green card interviews. It appears that USCIS is approving more green card applications without an interview. That is a great development indeed. In addition, it appears that other types of immigration applications are being processed…

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3 Big Mistakes to Avoid During Your Marriage Green Card Interview

3 Big Mistakes to Avoid During Your Marriage Green Card Interview

The purpose of the marriage green card interview is for the immigration officer to ensure that your marriage is legitimate, and that everything about the case checks out so that your application for a green card can be approved. In this article, we are going to try to calm those nerves a bit by going over 3 of the biggest mistakes to avoid during your marriage green card interview.

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15 ways to get your green card

15 Ways to Get Your Green Card to the U.S.

There are many different ways that someone can get their green card to become a permanent resident of the United States (a green card holder). In this article, I will discuss 15 ways to get your green card. If, after reading this article, you have questions feel free to call us at +1-818-741-1117 or you may schedule a free consultation by clicking this link.

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A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

Each year, the United States issues green cards to about 1.1 million people. Those who obtain green cards, considered “lawful permanent residents,” are then eligible to gain U.S. citizenship within three to five years. Interestingly, about half of those who receive…

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Marriage Based Green Card_ 5 Documents to Include with Your Case

5 Documents to Include with Your Marriage-Based Green Card Case

You most likely have seen a TV sitcom or movie in which two characters decide to get married so that one of the characters can get a green card to stay in the United States. It is frequently a situation played for entertainment. However, as you might expect, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) takes the application for…

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How to Get a Green Card

How to Get a Green Card in 2021

As a U.S. immigration lawyer, my clients often ask me how they can get a green card. The answer is that there are many possible ways to get a green card. The best option for you will depend on your particular circumstances. In this guide, I will explain most of the ways that you can get a green card to the U.S. If you have any questions, feel free to email me directly at Michael@AshooriLaw.com. I’m very responsive via email and I would be happy to help you.

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