Adjustment of Status for Green Card
*Adjustment of Status for Green Card – This immigration process adjusts or converts the status of a 90-day Fiancee Visa holder, after local marriage, to Lawful Residency in the U.S. The Applicant is provided with the famous “Green Card” as proof of residency with travel and work permission. This Green Card status is considered temporary or conditional – valid for up to 24 months provided that the Applicant stay married. Minor Children under Age 21 may also qualify. Estimated processing times in standard cases around the country can range from 6 to 12 months.
(Due to these lengthy processing times, many Applicants file supplemental petitions to secure temporary travel and work permission, which are usually processed within 90 days. Approved applicants are provided with proof by way of a “Red Card”, valid for up to 12 months.)
*Our Office will provide: legal representation from start to finish until final decision, preparation and filing of the Adjustment of Status petition document package, (together with the supplemental petitions for temporary travel and work permission), liaison with USCIS Immigration for problem-resolution, Interview preparation, continuing legal consultation and case status information until conclusion. [Our attendance at the Interview with you is available upon request for an additional attorney fee with costs.]
Read Our Contract for Professional Services: Adjustment of Status to Green Card
|Adjustment of Status to Green Card – Fees & Costs (Current to August 2017)|
|USCIS Immigration Petition Filing Fee with Biometrics Fee: $1,225 Per Applicant (Children 13 and Younger filing with Parent: $750)|
|Attorney Fees: $1,500 for Adult Applicant, and $100 additional for Each Minor Child to Age 18 (Optional Attorney Attendance at Interview: $500, plus costs, if applicable)|