Marriage Green Cards in Cleveland
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Any U.S. citizen or permanent resident living in the United States who
marries a foreign national that entered the country legally may then sponsor
their spouse for lawful permanent residency. In fact, marriage is one
of the best and fastest ways to obtain permanent residency in the United
States. However, a green card for marriage is not guaranteed and applications
are still subject to heavy scrutiny to prevent abuse of this system. You
should not hesitate to let a Cleveland
immigration attorney review your case and help you obtain the desired result.
At Sintsirmas & Mueller Co. L.P.A., our professional team knows first-hand
how important it is to have reputable and knowledgeable counsel on your
side when dealing with an immigration issue. Our team offers personalized,
dedicated attention to your case, and will walk you through the process
step by step to help you obtain the best possible result. With more than
50 years of combined experience and thousands of successful cases, our
team has earned a proud track record as one of the premiere choices for
immigration issues in the Cleveland area.
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about obtaining permanent residency for your spouse!
For Spouses of U.S. Citizens
U.S. citizens have the ability to sponsor their spouse as an “immediate
relative.” For these individuals, there is no waiting for visa numbers
to become available; it is made available to you as soon as your petition
is approved to allow you to apply for your
Green Card. For spouses inside the U.S., they simply apply to have their immigration
status adjusted to permanent resident, while those outside the U.S. must
file for an immigration visa.
For Spouses of Permanent Residents
Permanent residents may also immediately apply to have their spouse receive
a Green Card, but approval does not mean an automatic visa number like
it would for a U.S. citizen. Instead, these individuals will have to wait
for their priority date to become current. This can take quite a while,
possibly even a few years. Once this date becomes current, then the beneficiary
may apply to change their immigration status.
U.S. citizens may also be able to expedite the process through a different
procedure: the K-1 visa. This is reserved for fiancé(e)s of U.S.
citizens to allow them to enter and remain in the United States for up
to 90 days in order to allow them to get married and then apply for the
adjustment in status.
Help obtain permanent residency for your spouse;
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