The Alagiri Immigration Law Firm is dedicated to helping immigrants and their families live and work in the U.S. Our firm focuses on providing personalized solutions to a variety of complex cases, going above and beyond to achieve the results our clients need. Contact us to schedule an initial consultation to learn how our attorney may be able to help you.
Card via How long does it take for an Indian to get a green EB2?
The EB1 green card is for applicants who are at the top of their fields such as leading managers, researchers, professors, etc. The EB2 green card is meant for those who have advanced degrees in their fields and whose skill sets are well above the ordinary level. This can be taken to mean it is one step below the BE1. EB1 processing time is faster than EB2. Not knowing which category you fall in and the intricacies of the application process can easily derail a green card application. Using a specialized immigration law firm to help you with the application is the smart thing to do. I used the Alagiri Immigration Law Firm to get my family’s Employment-Based Green Cards in San Mateo.
What are the 3 ways to become a US citizen?
In general, there are 3 ways to become a permanent resident in the USA. You can come to this country with a valid visa, you can marry a US citizen or you could apply for permanent residence or US citizenship because of special circumstances such as being a refugee. None of these are easy and many pitfalls could ruin your chances. An immigration lawyer will be the right person to advise on what you should do.
How long does it take to become a US citizen in 2020?
There is no timeframe for this. Several factors will determine if a citizenship application is successful and how long the processing will take. Because of the backlog in processing, the time could be exceedingly long for many categories of applicants. If you want to know which is the best course of action for you, then the best thing to do is to contact a U.S. citizenship lawyer who will have the knowledge and experience to tell you what you want to know and then help you to apply.
Who can file a family-based green card?
A close relative of a U.S. citizen is eligible for a family-based green card. The term close relative means a spouse, son or daughter, brother or sister, and parents. However, there are specific conditions to be met in each of the cases. An immigration lawyer is the best source of accurate information and advice on how to file an application
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