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Consular Processing

If you are outside of the United States, then you may have to go through consular processing in order to obtain an immigrant visa or green card. This requires you to attend appointments and interviews at your local consulate. This is often done through family-based immigration or other types, depending on your current visa, situation, or goals. Your consulate will complete biometrics as well as a background check and interview that requires information about your purpose and connections in the United States. It’s best to prepare for these appointments with the help of an immigration lawyer.   What Is Consular Processing?   As a...

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Adjustment of Status

If you wish to adjust your status from a visa holder into a lawful permanent resident, or green card holder, it can be a long and complicated process. Recent changes in U.S. immigration laws have made the requirements more complicated to understand.   You may want to work with an immigration lawyer to complete the adjustment of status process in order to avoid mishaps or misfilings. This can involve submitting an Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status and additional forms. Your additional forms may be submitted at the same time as your application or separately. Filing them together is called...

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K-1 Fiancé Visa

If your future spouse is a foreign national residing abroad, you probably have a lot of questions about green cards, visas, and your ability to create a life and future together in the United States. For example, what is the difference between a Fiancé Visa and a standard family petition? Does a Fiancé Visa involve consular processing?   As you plan your wedding, you’ll also want to consult with our immigration attorney at Jamile Moraes Pellicer P.A. Law Firm. We can help you understand your legal options and help ease the pressures of the immigration process, including communicating with the government.   Does My...

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