Fiancé Visa: Allows a US citizen to bring their foreign national fiancé to the United States in order to get married. The Fiancé may apply for a green card after he or she has married.
Immigration for spouses, children, siblings and parents: If you are a US citizen, you may file a petition to bring your foreign national spouse, children, siblings or parents to come to the United States. If you are a green card holder, you may file a petition to bring your spouse and children to the United States.
Violence Against Women Act: If you have suffered battery or extreme cruelty by the green card holder spouse or US citizen spouse (or former spouse), you may apply for a petition by yourself without them knowing. If approved, you may apply for a green card. This also applies to parents or children of green card holder or US citizens who also suffered battery or extreme cruelty by the green card holder or US Citizen.
Marriage Fraud Defense: If you have had a petition or a removal of condition denied, we can defend you before US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) or the immigration court.
2 year green card: This is a conditional green card valid for 2 years. This is usually given to individuals if they had a marriage that was less than 2 years old the day your green card was approved. A two year green card is also given to EB-5 investors.
10 year green card: Ten year green cards are given automatically under certain categories. However, if you had a 2 year green card, you are qualified to apply to “remove the conditions” within 90 days before the two year residency is to expire. In other words, you would be applying for the permanent, 10 year green card.
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