Archive for the ‘ Removal of Conditions’ Category

23Dec2017
USCIS & NVC Scrutiny on Self-Employed Income Earners
self-employed-income

We have noticed that the USCIS as well as the National Visa Center has started scrutinizing affidavit of support documents that list a petitioner or the sponsor as being self-employed and so what they want to see is now at least 6 months of bank statements. They want to see at least three years of […]

16Dec2017
Can I Remove Conditions From My Green Card if I Got Divorced?
Divorced can I removed condition

“I married my wife after the K1 Visa, already have a green card, but now after a year we’re divorced, live in different states, can I remove the conditions on my green card?” Okay. Little background for those who know. When you come here on a Fiance Visa you’re gonna get a conditional green card, […]

19Nov2015
Bringing a Fiance or Spouse to the USA [Infographic]

We’ve designed this helpful infographic which is a flow chart depicting the path to citizenship available to fiances and spouses of US citizens and lawful permanent residents. We hope it’s helpful in simplifying the overall big picture of what you can expect. Share this Image On Your Site </p><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /><br /> <p><strong>Please […]

29May2015
10 Red Flags That Your Fiancé is a Scammer
Can I Petition for a Fiance if I Have a Criminal Record?

This is a sensitive subject for most, because it’s human nature to stand up for the one you love. But the world is a dark place and unfortunately, scams do happen. This post will go over some of the situations we’ve seen and how to recognize them, so you can avoid becoming a victim. Unfortunately, […]

13Mar2015
How to Remove Conditions From a Green Card

If you are in the US under 2 year conditional resident status, you will be required to remove conditions from your green card in order to remain in the US. The fact that certain marriage based immigrants receive conditional residency is a result of the Immigration Marriage Fraud Amendments of 1986 (IMFA). Removing your conditions will grant you permanent […]

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