In America, a criminal conviction not only makes it hard to find employment and housing, but it can affect immigration. Not surprisingly, USCIS looks very closely at the types of…Read More
Having a criminal record will not automatically bar you from receiving an immigrant visa, but depending on the charge, it will make it much more difficult. There are two scenarios…Read More
My U.S. Fiance Has A Felony Criminal Record, Will This Affect The Chances Of Getting Our K-1 Visa Approved?
There are a few criminal convictions that would make a U.S. citizen ineligible to sponsor a relative or fiancee, but it depends on the severity of the crime that was…Read More
After entering the United States on a K-1 Fiance(e) Visa, you are required to marry your petitioner within 90 days and file for Adjustment of Status (AOS) with form I-485….Read More