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K1 (Fiancé) Visa
The K-1 non-immigrant visa, or more commonly referred to as the fiancé visa, is an option for those who are planning to get married to a U.S. citizen upon entry into the United States. The visa expires after 90 days, at which point most holders will have filed an I-485 application to remain in the United States. It should be noted that this visa is not applicable for fiancés of green card holders.
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Marriage Green Card
If you are a non-U.S. citizen married to a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, you can apply for a marriage green card to live and work in the U.S. region permanently. A marriage green card will also make you eligible to apply for U.S. citizenship after three years of possession. To apply for a marriage requirement, you must have a legal marriage certificate or license to meet the legal requirement to apply for a marriage green card.
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Family-based Green Card
U.S. immigration law allows certain aliens who are family members of U.S. citizens or legal residents to apply for a green card based on immediate family relationships. Family based immigration either happens through USCIS adjustment of status or via consular processing. There are four main categories of family preference immigrants: first preference, second preference, second preference, third preference, and Fourth preference.
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I-485 Adjustment of Status
The I-485 Adjustment of Status is an application for those looking to obtain a Green Card in the United States. Several factors depend on whether an individual’s pending I-485 document will be accepted, such as their marital status, military career, their nationality, and certain acts passed by Congress, and whether or not they entered the United States as a refugee or asylum seeker.
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Green card Renewal / Replacement
Renewing your green card involves separate USCIS forms and documents depending on ones situation. For example, you will need to renew your green card if you are a permanent resident, but have lost your green card or you had it stolen inside the United States. Likewise, legal permanent residents who are outside of the United States also need to have their green card eventually replaced if they have lost it.
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U.S. Citizenship
Naturalization is the process of an individual born outside of the United States becoming a United States Citizen. If you meet certain requirements, you may become a U.S. citizen via naturalization application. Becoming a U.S. citizen through the route of naturalization is a lengthy process unless one has completed some type of active military service in a branch of the U.S Armed Forces.
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National Interest Waiver (NIW)
Applicants for the NIW should know that they are applying for this waiver in either the category of EB-1, Outstanding Researcher or Professor, or EB-2, Advanced Degree Applicant. Those who are skilled professionals with only two years of work experience, i.e. EB-3 preference applicants will not qualify for an NIW based on its eligibility requirements.
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Marriage Green Card / K1 visa
If you are married to a U.S. citizen or green card holder, you may be qualified. (Includes Form I-130, I-485/IVP.)
Family-based Green Card
If you are a U.S. citizen or green card holder, you may apply for a family-based green card for your family members through specific family relationships.
I-485 Adjustment of Status
Submit a form I-485 application to apply for lawful permanent resident status.
National Interest Waiver (NIW)
An applicant must either hold an advanced degree or have an exceptional ability in their field that would substantially benefit the U.S. to be qualified.
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