Green Card by Marriage
Obtaining permanent residence in the U.S. with a green card by marriage is one of the best ways for a foreign national to obtain the right to live in the United States. Unlike other methods of immigrating to the United States, there are no quota restrictions on the number of people who can enter or remain in the country as the spouse of an American citizen. While countries put up barriers to entry, love knows no such boundaries. Having married a citizen of another country himself, Mr. Pfeifer knows from first-hand experience how important it is for a family’s immigration issues to be handled properly.
Because of the benefits of obtaining a green card by marriage, the office of the United States Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) scrutinizes marriage green card applications carefully for fraud. Anyone attempting to immigrate to the U.S. through their marriage must be able to prove that the marriage is bona fide before their green card application will be approved. Unfortunately, it is not uncommon for people to make fraudulent agreements to enter into a sham marriages in order to get a green card. This makes it harder for people with legitimate marriages to be approved. Such conduct is illegal, and our office will not assist in obtaining a green card for anyone we believe is attempting to commit a fraud on the government. However, if you have entered into a bona fide marriage and want to obtain green card status, our office will be glad to assist you.
If you are in need of an immigration lawyer to handle your application for a green card by marriage, please contact our office. To discuss obtaining assistance with your immigration status, please use the Contact form on this website or call (800) 737-3702 Extension 1.