Waiver applications (I-601, I-212, 212(d)(3), etc.) are used to request the U.S. Government to issue a visa when the visa applicant is legally ineligible for the visa requested.
You will find below information about applying for permanent resident status at a U.S. Embassy through marriage or families to a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States.
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Permanent residence through marriage
You will find below information about adjusting to permanent resident status through marriage to a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident of the United States. If you are seeking legal representation for this type of case you may consult your case with our team.
Permanent residence for other family ties
Get to know all the existing different categories for residence due to family ties: Sons, parents, brothers. If you wish to initiate a request to benefit any of your foreigner relatives and you are looking for assistance, our team is at your entire disposition.
Fiance (E) Visas (K-1 AND K-2)
If a U.S. citizen is engaged to marry a foreign citizen, he or she may apply for a K-1 visa (fiancé (e) visa) to benefit this foreigner. This visa allows the foreign citizen to travel to the United States and marry the U.S. Citizen within 90 days of entry.
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