Since immigration law is so vast and technical, we often get questions from clients about many different parts of their process.
U.S. immigration law provides a special pathway for children to obtain citizenship ahead of most other candidates, but it is not automatic.
Most immigrants who enter the U.S. with the intention to stay longer, usually look for the opportunity to work while with their families.
Most people have no idea how immigration process really works and are very surprised by the difficulty of the process.
The most common assistance for those with difficulties passing the examination are built-in exemptions (or “waivers”).
The fiancé visa can be a bit tricky since it is a very technical process that depends heavily on the couple’s relationship history.
In previous articles I have written about the various immigration processes in existence that depend on your personal or family status. Many of these processes require sponsorship from another individual or an organization for an immigrant to be able to obtain a visa or adjust status to that of a legal permanent resident.
Immigration will no longer require an applicant for a green card to spend their period of inadmissibility outside of the United States.