How do I apply for my greencard (U.S. legal permanent residence) if I have recently married a legal U.S. Citizen?
What documents do I need to gather to submit to USCIS?
What is the minimum amount of income a U.S. citizen needs to sponsor an alien spouse?
What do I do if my spouse is already out of legal status?
Navigating the path to file a greencard for a spouse with U.S. Immigration can be a nightmare for those who are unfamiliar with this intensive process. Our law firm routinely prepares marriage-based immigration packages that are more than an inch thick. Our helpful video discusses the process of applying for a spouse who is already in the United States. (We will discuss sponsorship of a spouse outside the U.S. in a separate section). In this video, Attorney Bonnie Youn will review the list of documents you will need, and how to prepare a good immigration file. In addition to assembling the file for submission to USCIS, our firm also conducts a mock interview with you, and the attorney accompanies you to USCIS for the final interview.