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Three Ways to Keep Your Green Card If Your Marriage Falls Apart

22nd March 2012
If an immigrant has been married less than 2 years when the immigrant is granted lawful permanent resident status, the immigrant will receive permanent resident status on a "conditional" basis. The usual rules: * The immigrant spouse's green card wi... Read >
Author: Heather Poole, Esq.

Frequently Asked Questions in Form I-485 Procedures

09th March 2011
Adjustment of Status is the most enjoyable procedure for most aliens since this really is the final and final step in the method of getting a legal permanent resident status within the United States. This portion of your procedure belongs not merely towar... Read >
Author: Charley Wilkins

How to check the status of Your Form I-90 Application

07th February 2011
Green Card Renewal is an important matter. Green Card holders (United States permanent residents) with expired Green Cards may be considered "out of status" and may be denied entry into the United States if their green card is out of date. Therefore, it i... Read >
Author: Sean Black

An estimated total cost in getting a green card

07th September 2010
Many migrant hopefuls move to the United States in search for a better life. The promises of America have lured more and more people from different countries to look for better jobs, better schooling, better opportunities, better living. The number of for... Read >
Author: vishal

How do I renew an expired Green card?

05th March 2010
An Alien Registration Card, commonly known as a green card, is evidence of your status as a Lawful Permanent Resident with the right to live and work permanently in the United States. The Permanent Resident Card is also called Form I-551. If you were issu... Read >
Author: Rachel Immig

List of all USCIS (formerly INS) offices nationwide

19th October 2006
US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is a part of the Department of Homeland Security, and performs some of the functions formerly carried out by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), which was part of the Department of Justice. USC... Read >
Author: Manu Geol
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