Marriage Green Card

Green Family Immigration's Founding Attorney Esther Noh has helped thousands of couples live legally together in the US with a Green Card.

Why Choose Green Family Immigration Law?

 

At Green Family Immigration Law, we specialize in marriage-based immigration cases. Our experienced attorneys provide personalized guidance through every step of the process, ensuring that all forms are accurately completed and submitted on time. We understand the emotional and logistical challenges involved and are committed to reuniting families as quickly and smoothly as possible. With a high approval rate and transparent pricing, we offer peace of mind and expert support to help you achieve your immigration goals.

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What is required for a Marriage Green Card?

What is a Marriage Green Card?

A marriage green card allows the spouse of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident to live and work anywhere in the United States.

The process involves multiple steps, including filing various forms, attending interviews, and submitting supporting documentation to prove the authenticity of the marriage.

Are you eligible for a Green Card?

To qualify for a marriage green card, the following conditions must be met:

• Valid Marriage: The marriage must be legally valid and recognized in the country where it took place.
• Marriage to a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder: One spouse must be a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident (green card holder).
• Good Faith Marriage: The marriage must be genuine, not entered into solely for immigration benefits.

What documents are required?

Applicants must provide a range of documents to support their application, including:

• Proof of Marriage: Marriage certificate, joint lease or mortgage, joint bank account statements, etc.
• Identity Documents: Birth certificates, passports, and other identification.
• Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Residency: The U.S. citizen or green card holder must provide proof of their status.
• Affidavit of Support: Form I-864 (Affidavit of Support) to demonstrate financial stability and that the applicant will not become a public charge.

How long do you have to be married?

If the marriage is less than two years old at the time of green card approval, the spouse receives a conditional green card. To remove conditions, the couple must file Form I-751 (Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence) within the 90-day period before the card expires. This process involves proving that the marriage is ongoing and genuine.

Processing Time?

The processing time for a marriage green card can vary widely depending on the USCIS service center and consulate involved, but typically ranges from 10 months to 3 years.

More questions about Green Card Marriages?

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Green Family Testimonials

With outstanding five-star Google reviews and the trust of over 1,000 immigrants, our clients' experiences speak for themselves.

We are very grateful to our attorney, Esther & her law firm, for her excellent service and professionalism. She helped my wife obtain her permanent resident status in the US in a very short time, and made the whole process smooth and stress-free. She was always available to answer our questions and guide us through the paperwork. She is very knowledgeable and experienced in immigration law, and we highly recommend her to anyone who needs legal assistance in this area. Thank you, Esther, for making our dream come true!
Joshua Thomas
Green Family Client
Thanks to Esther our immigration process of marriage and adjustment of status went so smooth and painless! We were so lucky to be referred to Esther. She was available the whole time, replying promptly to any of our concerns. We applied in February 2020, and it took a little longer than expected due to COVID. However, Esther was still patient and supportive at every step of the process. She also helped us with interview preps and accompanied us during the actual interview. She was always prepared for any subjects and topics. My wife and I highly recommend Esther for her honesty, patience, high level of competence in her field!
Sergey Sarcembek
Green Family Client
I got married this past December and needed assistance from an immigration attorney for my husband, and we couldn't be happier with choosing Esther. Esther and her team were very informative from the very start, they provided clear, concise directions for the entire process, and were available any time we had questions. We received our permanent residence in record time thanks in large part to their attention to detail. Will unreservedly recommend this lawyer to anyone who asks.
Anthony Seiter
Green Family Client

 

Our Founder

Esther S. Noh

Esther's vision for Green Family Immigration Law is inspired by her own family's journey. The Noh family, like many others, started their new lives in the U.S. through the green card process and became U.S. citizens, embodying the concept of a "Green Family." Esther's mission is to help more families become "Green Families," ensuring they flourish and achieve prosperity in their new homeland.

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