Marriage-Based Green Card

Marriage based green card process is very simpley once you fullfill the required conditions explained here.

As a citizen or permanent resident of the United States, you may petition for your spouse to obtain the marriage based green card. To successfully petition your spouse for the permanent residence, the petition and its supporting evidence must prove that the beneficiary entered the marriage with good faith and that the marriage is a bona fide marriage. You will also need to be able to prove that you have enough income or assets to support your spouse.

In certain circumstances, a one-step process can be utilized where all the petitions will be filed at the same, which will reduce the waiting period. In some other situation, you will need first to file a petition, then apply for adjustment of status for your spouse when the priority date becomes current. If your spouse is in a foreign country, we will utilize the consular processing for him or her to receive the green card from the US embassy/consulate overseas.

For specific categories like parents, spouse and kids, this green card process period is often less as compared to different family-based green card applications. Dependent on the delivery area you get filed with, it may take several months. In most instances, this program is processed within 6 months. A green card means permanent residency. Unlike a nonimmigrant visa, a green card provides you the right to stay in the U.S. indefinitely and also opens up the path towards citizenship. Getting a green card is much harder than a visa, and there are only a limited number of green cards available each year.

We have successfully helped many couples to obtain the green card based on this petition. For further information, please contact our lawyer’s office  for a valuable consultation.