United States Immigration Services is a private company that provides valuable services for Immigrants in the United States of America.
We help Immigrants file applications and petitions to the department U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Permanent Residence Based on Marriage
Permanent residence is not automatic after marriage.
To bring your spouse (husband or wife) to live in the United States as a permanent resident (Green card holder), you must be either a U.S. citizen or Green card holder.
Marriage to U.S. Citizen
You can get married and immediately apply for a Green card. A U.S. Citizen can sponsor a spouse as “immediate relatives”. As soon as the sponsor’s Petition is approved, a visa is made available and the immigrant spouse can apply for a Green card.
If the beneficiary is in the USA, that beneficiary will have to apply to have his/her status adjusted to Permanent Resident Status.
If the spouse is outside the USA, he/she will have to file for an immigration visa with a U.S. consulate having jurisdiction over their place of residence.
Marriage to U.S. permanent resident
The U.S. permanent resident can sponsor also for a spouse seeking to get a Green card, but the process can take longer. When a petition has been approved, the spouse of Green card holder will have to wait for their priority date.
When the date is current, a visa number is available, and the beneficiary can apply for a visa to adjust his or her status.
After your application is processed by the USCIS and the immigrating spouse has attended a biometric appointment, you will both have to attend an AOS interview.
Adjustment of status (AOS) is a procedure that allows an eligible applicant to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States without having to go abroad and apply for an immigrant visa. Another alternative to AOS is Consular Processing.
We specialize in Immigration services for our English, Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Russian speaking communities.
Have any questions? Call us: (847) 221-9158, SMS (224) 676-3577