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Learn how to become lawful permanent resident of the United States after marrying a U.S. Citizen.

About The Webinar

The Green Card after marriage process varies based on whether the foreign national spouse is inside the US or outside the US. Here, we provide the differences, common mistakes, how to avoid them, and how to develop custom solutions.

You’ll Learn

  • Spouse Waiting Outside The US: The Immigrant Visa Process
  • Getting Married On A Tourist Visa To A US Citizen: Can You Do It?
  • Spouse Inside The US: The Green Card Process Through Adjustment of Status
  • Affidavit of Support: The Recent Changes & Avoid Costly Mistakes
  • Direct Consular Filing (DCF) of Form I-130: Is It Possible?
  • National Visa Center (NVC) Processing: What To Expect?
  • Pre-Conceived Intent: How Does It Affect Your Green Card Application
  • How To Ace The Green Card Interview: Success Tips
  • How To Bring Your Step-Children To The U.S.
  • Marriage Based Green Card Process: Do’s and Don’ts
  • Typical Case Scenarios
  • PLUS: Q&A With The Attorney

About The Attorney

Ms. Ancy Varghese, a U.S. Immigration Attorney, will provide an overview of obtaining permanent resident card after marrying a US Citizen, the 2 different paths taken with Form I-130 filing, and the typical case scenarios.

With 14+ years in practicing immigration law, Ms. Varghese has experienced almost every family immigration issue. An aggressive practitioner, she provides expert immigration opinions and regularly advises clients ranging from couples who have just met each other to spouses who have been living abroad and needs to move to the U.S. quickly.

May 29th, 2024 1:00 PM   through   2:00 PM
United States
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