Immigration law has constant modifications, exceptions and different applications for each case. With the advice of a qualified attorney, you will be prepared for any problem that may happen and that, due to misinformation, could become a reason for rejection or even denial.
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Legal advice to obtain marriage-based permanent residence
If you are seeking legal representation for your marriage-based permanent residency process consult your case with the team of Duque, Kelley and Associates, immigration attorneys, by calling at
305 436 0155
Marriage-based Permanent Residence
Because of the increasing number of people marrying U.S. residents to get immigration benefits, marriages are supervised by USCIS to ensure that they are genuine and do not grant marriage-based permanent residence without prior verification.
Marriage-based permanent residence is the most frequent and fastest application if you have the right advice to get a green card in the United States.
If a U.S. citizen is engaged to marry a foreign national, he or she may petition for a K1 fiancé visa so that he or she can travel to the United States and marry within 90 days of such entry. After the marriage, an application for permanent residence by marriage is initiated to obtain a change in the alien’s status.
U.S. immigration law allows an alien to make an application for permanent residence by marriage based on a petition initiated by his or her spouse who is a permanent resident or citizen of that country.
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