Green Card

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One of the most common means of immigration to the U.S. is family-based immigration. However, just because you married a U.S. Citizen does not mean that you will automatically become a U.S. Citizen. You will need to go through the immigration process, which is long and complex.

Whether you are filing to obtain a green card for an immediate relative who is currently living in the U.S. or abroad, it is important that you submit all documents necessary to show that you are eligible to obtain your green card.

It’s important to note that during the current administration, failure in a green card filing will lead to a notice to appear in immigration court.

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