Santa Ana Adjustment of Status Attorneys
Experienced Guidance With Immigration Processes
The United States grants lawful permanent resident status to foreign nationals who wish to live and work in the country. A person who has been granted this status is known as a lawful permanent resident or a "green card" holder. Adjustment of status is one of the processes that may be used to obtain a green card in the U.S.
It allows an individual to obtain a green card without leaving the U.S. -- they do not need to return to their home country to process their visa.
Immigration processes can be confusing to take on by yourself, but do not worry -- you don’t have to do it alone! At U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP our adjustment of status attorneys in Santa Ana are backed by years of experience and are ready to guide you! We’ll ensure that you are eligible and that your application is completed so that you do not run into any delays.
Have questions about this process? Speak with an adjustment of status lawyer in Santa Ana at U.S. Immigration Law Group, LLP. Contact us online or dial (714) 786-1166. Se habla Español.
Eligibility Requirements for an Adjustment of Status
To qualify for an adjustment of status, you must:
- Be physically present in the U.S.
- Want to live in the U.S. for at least the next year
- Your sponsor is a lawful permanent resident
- Be able to maintain a valid immigration status for the next 2.5 years
If you do not fit these eligibility requirements, see if consular processing is an option for you.
If you are unsure whether you qualify for an adjustment of status, you should speak with a seasoned Santa Ana adjustment of status lawyer. Our immigration law firm can review your situation and help you determine whether you are eligible.
If you have questions about the process? Call (714) 786-1166 or contact us online to schedule a consultation with our Santa Ana adjustment of status lawyers. We speak Spanish.
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