Answers to questions about marriage greencards: Ten Mistakes to Avoid When Applying for a Marriage Based Greencard
Obtaining your greencard after marrying a U.S. Citizen can be a positive and happy experience but common mistakes can make the process needlessly stressful. Here are some common mistakes you should avoid when applying for your marriage based greencard.
I-601 and I-601A Hardship Waivers
Common I601 Hardship Waivers Cases
We often meet with clients who believe they need a hardship waiver and they tend to ask what do I need to bring you in order to file my case? The answer is that it depends on the reason you need a waiver and on your particular circumstances. See if you fall into one of the two categories of people who can file for a hardship waiver.
Matters get complicated when a spouse is found to be inadmissible and not eligible to enter the United States. I601 Hardship Waivers are an attempt to overcome the entry without a visa (entry without inspection) or other grounds of inadmissibility to the U.S. so that you can obtain a green card and live permanently in the U.S.
Top Facts You Need to Know Before Applying for your H1B Visa
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