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Adjusting your status as an immigrant to the United States is an important process. Here you’ll find all of the information you need to navigate your immigration journey. Have you read our Adjustment of Status Overview yet?


How Do I Marry a US Citizen While on a Student Visa and Legally Stay in the US?

Moving on next question comes from Marlin. “And I’m currently in the United States on a student visa and want to marry my boyfriend a US citizen. What visa do I need and how do I get it?”

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How Do I Get My Colombian Fiancé to the USA?

Next question comes from John. I met a girl in Columbia last year on vacation. We’ve been building a relationship over the last year and decided we want to tie the knot. How do I get her to the United States to live with me?

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Why is NOA2 Taking Longer than We Estimated?

This question comes to us from Instagram. “My husband and I have been waiting seven months for the migration application. You guys said it would take three to five months. Why are we in month seven and have not received migration response?”

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My Adjustment of Status Was Denied – Appeal or Reapply?

Next question is from Aubrey Ross Hudson. I was denied for my adjustment of status (AOS). What is the best thing to do? Can you help me regarding this matter? Regarding appeal or reapply? My K1 visa process was with RapidVisa and did the best and the fastest.

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I Got an RFE (Request for Evidence)! Should I Panic

Okay, A. Hanes says, “I used RapidVisa, got an RFE. I thought this wasn’t supposed to happen. What should I do now?” Well, first, let me apologize for the RFE. I don’t know the details and why you got the RFE, but what I can tell you is that an RFE is a request for evidence. That means that they want a little more information.

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Does a Joint Custody Child Pose a Factor in Visa Financial Requirements

Next question comes from Joshua Davis. If you, the US sponsor, have a child from a prior divorce and joint custody, but not primarily custody, will the child support pose a factor in the financial requirements? A lot of that comes down to your household size. If the child is living with you, you're claiming […]

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Can I use unemployment as income to sponsor an alien?

And the question goes, “My husband is from Zambia. My income has changed. I’m currently collecting unemployment from the state. It exceeds income requirements but not sure if I can still be the sponsor for my husband.”

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Green Card Scams

This page addresses why green card scams are so prevalent and how to avoid them. Many First World nationals have a tendency to take their citizenship for granted. That is, we sometimes forget just how fortunate we are to be part of the 8% of the world’s population that was born into a developed “First World” nation. The vast majority of the rest of the world didn’t make out as well with their roll of the biological dice.

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Income Requirements for Fiancé (K1) and Spousal (CR1) Visas

Whether you are looking to sponsor a fiance (K1) or spousal visa (CR1), keep in mind that specific visa income requirements are required by the USCIS. These financial requisites are in place to ensure that the sponsored foreign national does not become a “public charge” – that is, to make sure that they are not financially abandoned and left to the welfare of the state and/or federal government.

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7 Common Reasons for Receiving an Adjustment of Status RFE

Whenever a request for evidence, or “RFE” is received, it can be a stressful part of the process. At RapidVisa, we see more RFEs at the adjustment of status phase than any other in the immigration process.

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