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Mistakes could derail adjustment of status process

Many immigrants come to California and other parts of the United States and find love. As a result, they may want to marry individuals who are already U.S. citizens. This action could change many aspects of their lives, including their immigration status. Of course, as with any type of adjustment of status, the correct steps need to be taken.

Knowing filing dates is important for adjustment of status

It is common for immigrants to come to California and other parts of the United States and want to make the country their permanent home. Of course, making this decision does not automatically mean that individuals can remain in the country. In order to obtain permanent residency, parties often need to go through the necessary adjustment of status proceedings to reach their desired goals.

Adjustment of status application processing time increases

When moving to the United States from another country or when trying to remain in this country, time is often of the essence. Unfortunately, coming into the country or working on an adjustment of status can take a considerable amount of time, and individuals and families are commonly at risk of negative outcomes. It seems that these times are only getting longer for many people.

Dates are important when seeking adjustment of status

Wanting to become a permanent resident in the United States may have been a lifelong dream. Of course, the process for those in California and other states can be immensely complex, and knowing the right time to take certain steps is not always clear. Unfortunately, if a person fails to file an adjustment of status petition or take another step of the process at the right time, he or she could face difficulties.

What steps are involved in the adjustment of status process?

Many people enter the United States on various types of visas. However, they may come to feel that this country could act as their new permanent home. Of course, individuals cannot simply choose to live in California or other states without following the proper steps, including working toward an adjustment of status that allows them to pursue a green card.

Couple seeking adjustment of status face deportation instead

Many immigrants want to do their best to obtain a permanent place in the United States. Unfortunately, the task of seeking an adjustment of status can be difficult. Without the right information, some individuals may think that they are taking proper steps toward obtaining a visa, but in reality, they may not be helping themselves as much as they think.

Interviews now required for employment-based adjustment of status

Many individuals come to the United States in hopes of finding work. It is not unusual for parties to gain entry to the country due to obtaining a work visa or through other employment immigration means. This process can often help individuals improve their lives and opportunities, and they may even wish to seek an adjustment of status in hopes of obtaining a green card.

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