If you're moving to the United States to live with a spouse or family member, McHazlett Law can help. Attorney Hazlett assists clients throughout the McKinney and Tyler, TX region with family-based immigration applications. Whether you're immigrating here to marry a U.S. citizen or you're a citizen helping your spouse relocate, you can depend on McHazlett Law for help.
Here are five things you should know about obtaining a family-based or marriage green card:
1.Obtaining a green card through marriage or familial sponsorship is one of the most common paths to permanent U.S. residency.
2.When it comes to family-based immigration, priority is given to cases involving spouses, fiancés or adopted children.
3.A U.S. citizen can sponsor any relative or spouse who wishes to reside in the United States.
4.If you are sponsoring or being sponsored by a spouse, you'll both be required to go through an interview process to verify that your marriage is genuine.
5.A green card holder is not legally a U.S. Citizen. This means that you can't vote, serve on a jury or possess an American passport.
Meet with an immigration law attorney in Tyler or McKinney, Texas today to start working on your application for a marriage green card.