ADJUSTMENT OF STATUS
Get Reliable Assistance for Adjustment of Status Near New York City, NY
Adjustment of Status is a process where a person, who is inside the U.S., applies for Legal Permanent Resident status (Green Card) within the U.S. We will guide and help you to gather all the required documents and information. Work with our law firm to get proper assistance for your adjustment of immigration status.
Generally, in order to qualify for Adjustment of Status, the applicant must:
- Be inspected and admitted or paroled into the U.S.;
- Be eligible to receive an Immigrant Visa;
- Be admissible to the U.S. for Permanent Resident; and
- Have an Immigrant Visa immediately available at the time the application is filed.
Adjustment of Status Process
The intending immigrant files an Application to Adjust Status with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in the U.S.
After the Application to Adjust Status is filed, USCIS sends a receipt notice confirming that they received the Application to Adjust Status.
After the intending immigrant receives a receipt notice, USCIS sends a biometric appointment to the intending immigrant.
The intending immigrant is scheduled for an interview.
After a decision is made, a written notice of decision is mailed to the intending immigrant.
If USCIS approves the Application to Adjust Status, USCIS will send the Legal Permanent Resident card to the intending immigrant.
Schedule a Consultation Today for Your Adjustment of Status
Do you have questions pertaining to Adjustment of Status? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us! We offer free initial consultations when it comes to adjustment of your immigration status. Our lawyer has personally gone through the immigration process, put your trust in him and his experience. We have been assisting clients in the New York City, NY area for years. Call the Cherny Law Office P.C. today to schedule your free consultation!
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