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About Form I-130

Frequently Asked Questions About Form I-130

Frequently Asked Questions About Form I-130 The i-130, also known as the petition for alien relative, establishes a strong family connection between a citizen or holder of a green card in the United States and the applicant for a green card. The i130 petition is the name of this form. The first step in obtaining a family-based green card is to file an i-130 petition with USCIS, which places you in line for an open green card. We’ll discuss a few of the form i-130’s most frequently asked questions in this article. What’s the difference between form I-130 and form I- 485? If you are a citizen or lawful permanent resident of the United States, the first step in assisting a relative to apply for a green card is to complete Form I-130. You must demonstrate your kinship to a person who qualifies for permanent residency. Let’s say your relative…

Do not lose hope

Do not lose hope

Do not lose hope if your petitioner or primary applicant passed away and it was cancelled; you still have a chance to move to the US. An I-130 immigration petition is immediately cancelled in the event of a decedent. As a result, immigrant families who are already suffering the loss of a loved one frequently experience misfortune twice, as surviving family members might not be able to immigrate through the petition of the deceased. Even after a petitioner or qualified relative has passed away, certain beneficiaries and family members may still be able to apply for immigration benefits if this has occurred to you. Because each provision has a different eligibility requirement and set of legal authorities, we must first analyze it in order to determine which remedy is appropriate in your situation. Numerous cases of humanitarian reinstatement have been completed with success by our F4 India team. If you…

the winning strategy for a case

the winning strategy for a case

Create the winning strategy for a case. If you are having issues with your pending petition, you can obtain information by requesting an info pass. When a petitioner schedules an info pass appointment, an immigration officer will respond to their inquiries and give them the most recent information on the progress of their application through a free online service. A useful alternate method of contacting USCIS directly is via Info Pass. How will Info Pass be useful to you? It is unpaid! You pay nothing to make your own appointments. It is more practical. To make an appointment online from your home computer, a mobile device, or a computer at your local library, please go to uscis.gov/appointment. It’s simple. Take these simple actions: Select a language. When making an appointment, Info Pass offers twelve different languages for you to choose from. In the “Make an Appointment” section: Choose within the…

B1 & B2 Visitor Visa

B1 & B2 Visitor Visa

B1 & B2 Visitor Visa The past twenty months have been difficult, and our law company is aware that many of you have spent them apart from your loved ones because of border closures. Our law office wishes to assist you in getting back together as quickly as possible now that the U.S. Government has relaxed the travel restrictions that were put in place on November 8th.Our B-1/B-2 visiting visa service is $150 less expensive at our F4 India Immigration Law Office! In order to be eligible for a fiancé (e) visa, you and your partner must have met within the previous two years. You might be able to fulfill that condition by travelling to see your fiancé. or allow you to physically plan your wedding together! Fully immunized overseas visitors can now enter the United States thanks to the reopening of the borders. Each traveler must present vaccination documentation…