“Consular processing” is the term for what happens when you live outside the U.S. and you apply to come to this country and be admitted as a permanent resident. You’ll file your forms and have your interview at a U.S. Department of State consulate office in the country where you reside. If you live outside […]
Many people think they can show up at a U.S. embassy or border post, describe why they’d make a good addition to U.S. society, and be welcomed in. Unfortunately, this is the exact opposite of how the U.S. immigration system works.
Five most common ways of getting a green card Family sponsorship. If it’s not an immediate relative you must wait in line with what is called as the priority date Green card lottery. If you win it, it’s free. Sponsorship by an employer Investing in the EB-5 program For asylum or refugees Hello everybody, this […]
This week we have a question from Imelda from Phoenix, Arizona, and Imelda is asking the following question. The question is my husband is a green card holder. He became a green card holder about a year ago and I’m a student, I’m an F1 student. If we file the petition for the green card […]