Many immigrants come to Georgia and other parts of the United States and find love. As a result, they may want to marry individuals who are already U.S. citizens. This action could change many aspects of their lives, including their immigration status. Of course, as with any type of adjustment of status, the correct steps need to be taken.
Individuals hoping to obtain a marriage-based green card have many mistakes they need to avoid. Even a seemingly minor error could result in serious issues and possibly the denial of an application. If an immigrant entered the United States legally, his or her spouse could apply for the green card on the person’s behalf. If the individual did not come into the country through legal means, he or she will not qualify for this visa.
Additionally, it is important not to jump into the process too soon. For instance, if a person entered the country on a tourist visa then immediately attempts to apply for a marriage-based green card, this action could raise suspicions that the visa was fraudulent or that other wrongdoing has occurred. Even if individuals know that their relationships are legitimate and are simply ready to move forward with the process, being too hasty can lead to issues.
Another factor that individuals hoping to obtain this green card need to remember is that professional assistance could make all the difference. An adjustment of status is not an easy process to complete, and without the right information, individuals may find themselves at a loss. It is wise for interested individuals to consult with us to help with this complicated process.
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