Most of us enter a marriage in hopes that it lasts until the day we die. However, with the divorce rate at 41%, there is a good chance that you…Read More
Recently, I’ve received an email from a woman who was filing for a K1 visa for her fiance. She hired an attorney who filled out the paperwork but she chose…Read More
Filing For Divorce On A K-1 Visa Without Adjustment Of Status Will Make It Difficult To Stay In U.S.
If you have arrived in the United States on a K-1 (fiance visa), you are required to marry your petitioner within 90 days. This gives you and your fiance time…Read More
If you have been married to your U.S. citizen spouse for less than two years, you will be given a 2 year conditional green card. The conditional permanent residence may…Read More
Deportation is the formal removal of an immigrant from the United States when they have been found removable for violating specific immigration laws. Deportation can only be ordered by an…Read More