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Expert legal guidance for a seamless immigration
At Moore Law Firm, we specialize in providing in-depth education and personalized guidance you deserve to make your immigration application and adjustment process as stress-free as possible.
If you or your employer are seeking an immigration adjustment of status, you need to understand everything that goes into that. Our immigration attorneys have the knowledge and experience to prepare you for every step in that process.
We believe in providing in-depth and expert educational resources for every client so that there are no surprises as you navigate the U.S. immigration law process.
Here’s what you need to know about your adjustment of status process.
What is adjustment of status?
The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) defines adjustment of status as an opportunity for you. At the same time, you remain in the United States to change your immigration status from nonimmigrant or parolee (temporary) to immigrant (permanent) if you were inspected and admitted for paroled into the U.S. and meet any requirements for a green card.
This means that there is a pathway to U.S. citizenship for you, especially if you are working for a U.S. employer. Whether you’re here with family, marriage, or working for a business that is willing to sponsor you, there are things you need to understand about the process to ensure that you’re making the right choices about your green card process every step of the way.
How You Can Get Adjustment of Status
As a leading adjustment of status lawyer, we have helped hundreds of people in a similar situation that you find yourself navigating this complicated and often overwhelming process with success. Here are some things to know about how to get your adjustment of status:
If you’ve undergone a proper inspection upon your initial entrance to the States, you will also be required to:
Submit the proper application for your green card and pay any required fees.
Be eligible to receive an immigrant visa and fit into one of the approved visa categories with an approved visa petition already in hand.
Show that you are eligible to be admissible in the States and not subject to any inadmissibility grounds outlined by the INA.
Have an immigrant visa be immediately available to him when the application is filed, regardless of if you’re filing in an employment-based category, family-sponsored, or diversity immigrant.
Immigration law is an incredibly confusing and detailed process that requires experience and understanding of how to navigate it effectively. At Moore Law Firm, we have the expertise and personalized approach to ensure that you can make sense of it all complete all the necessary paperwork and steps to have a stress and worry-free adjustment of status process.
Call us today to find out how our immigration experts can help make your green card possible.