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What are Your Family and Marriage Green Card Options

Each step and milestone in the immigration process has its own requirements and possible pitfalls, and knowing what to expect will greatly increase the chances of a successful visa or green card. There are a number of paths to take for the visa process, and taking one wrong step along the way can lead a petitioner to have to start the whole process over again. 

This week host Kaushik Ranchod continues his discussion on the next steps immigrants take after the visa process, possible changes to the Public Charge, and will also cover some of the visa options for couples who are married or engaged. 

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • [1:54] Options immigrants have after finishing the visa process
  • [4:12] Example case for the visa process
  • [5:26] Public Charge and the Affidavit of Support
  • [6:43] The Public Charge criteria may become more strict soon
  • [7:30] The Adjustment of Status Marriage-Based Green Card
  • [9:21] The K1 Fiance Visa option

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They also help immigrants navigate the complicated immigration process today. Ranchod Law Group has been in business for nearly 20 years in Northern California and serves clients nationwide. Contact Ranchod Law Group today for details on how the firm can help you to solve your immigration challenges. You can visit Ranchod Law Group or call 916-613-3553 or email info@ranchodlaw.com.



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