|Start Your Application Now with Visa Streamline System ||Immediately start using the easy and automated Visa Streamline System for your Adjustment of Status. |
Get started for free. Try it out and see how easy it is.
|Step 1 |
|Complete the online questionnaire so we can verify if you qualify || Once you have logged in, complete the online questionnaire form. Our experienced legal professionals have designed an innovative, interactive and easy-to-use form with the basic information we require to determine if you are qualified to start the process. Email us with any questions you may have. |
|Step 2 |
|Your application is prepared || Our immigration professional will prepare your visa application and post it to your Visa Streamline account. |
This includes the Marriage petition (I-130 if necessary), Adjustment of Status Forms, work permit, travel permit, children and any financial supporting documents. You will receive an email as soon as your application forms are posted to your online account. We will contact you if we have any questions regarding your application.
Note: If you have made any payment and the lawyer determines you do not qualify at this stage, your money will be refunded to you.
|Step 3 |
|Review, sign, and mail the original application ||Review your visa application. Let us know of any comments or questions you may have so they can be addressed. When you are ready, sign and mail your application to the provided USCIS address. |
|Step 4 |
|Biometrics ||You will be contacted by USCIS to schedule a biometrics appointment to have your fingerprints and photos taken. They will provide you with specific instructions. Contact us if you have any questions. |
|Step 5 |
|Additional information requested ||During this process you may be contacted by USCIS to provide additional information (varies from case to case). |
This can be a very confusing and scary step, as each request is different. We will work with you to complete any additional USCIS forms that are required. It is part of our service to you.
Contact us if you receive this request.
|Step 6 |
|Interview date. ||You will most likely receive a letter from USCIS with an interview date. It will provide instructions of what to bring and required items you need to complete before the interview. We will provide you easy instructions and an online checklist to assist you with this so you can easily prepare for the interview and avoid any mistakes. |
|Step 7 |
|You receive your Green card. ||Upon approval at your interview, you will receive your green card (legal permanent residence) in 2 to 4 weeks in the mail. |
|Step 8 |