Monthly Archives August 2013
The process of getting your spouse a green card begins with filing a petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). Unfortunately there is a lot of fraud with this type of petition, i.e. foreigners paying U.S. citizens to file a green card petition for them. USCIS gives
Many fine immigration attorneys use immigration paralegals in their practices. These immigration paralegals are well trained and are always supervised by an immigration attorney.
Immigrant victims of domestic violence who are the child, parent, or current/former spouse of a United States citizen or a green card holder may be eligible to apply for a green card themselves. This means that they can apply without needing the abuser to file for immigration benefits on their
The Comprehensive Immigration Reform bill which was introduced in the Senate in April 2013 will, if passed, make significant changes in the existing family-based immigration preference system.