• Can You And Your Spouse Face Marriage Fraud Claims By USCIS?

    Marriage is one means of receiving sponsorship for a visa or green card. However, if there is a question by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, about the authenticity of your marriage, the application for legal entry and residence could be denied and you and your spouse could face serious legal consequences. If your spouse is seeking a green card or visa based on marriage, here is what you need to know about marriage fraud.
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  • Looking To Get A Green Card? Why You Need An Immigration Attorney

    If you've ever known anyone that has applied to get a green card and enter the United States, you know that the process can sometimes be quite arduous.  Depending on where you are located, it can sometimes take several years before you're able to obtain a green card.  However, there is a way for you to smooth the path to citizenship that you may not have thought of:  Hiring an immigration attorney, like The Messersmith Law Firm, P.
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  • Is A Provisional Waiver Right For A Relative Applying For A Green Card?

    A provisional waiver could potentially help a family member avoid a ban that would prohibit him or her from returning to the United States. However, there is a great deal of risk associated with applying for the waiver. If you have a relative that is considering applying for a waiver, here is what you need to know.   What Is a Provisional Waiver?  An undocumented person who has resided within the United States can choose to apply for a green card.
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