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Consular Processing For Green Card Status

While many foreign nationals apply for permanent residency status (a “green card”) while in the U.S. on an immigrant visa, this is not the only path available. People currently living in their country of origin can begin the process of obtaining a green card before setting foot in the United States. With proper legal counsel, it is possible to get through this process relatively quickly.

Our immigration attorneys have been helping clients for more than 20 years. Our lawyers can help you establish eligibility for permanent residency in the U.S., file your petition and prepare for your appointment at the consular office. Whatever your reasons for becoming a U.S. resident, Yemi Getachew Immigration Law Office, P.C., can help you.

The Process Of Getting A Green Card While Abroad

To be eligible for permanent residency application via consular processing, a U.S. citizen or permanent resident family member or U.S. employer generally must file a petition on your behalf. We can help you sort your options for gaining eligibility. Once that is done, we will help you file the appropriate petition, based on who is sponsoring your application. We are familiar with advance parole, returning resident visas, fiancé visas and many others. 

Before your interview at the U.S. consular office nearest you, we will help you prepare. You will know what to expect and what questions you are likely to receive.

Obtaining green card status through consular process can be complex and time-consuming. An experienced attorney’s assistance is the best way to shorten the process and maximize the chances of success. We can help you reunite with family, advance your career or achieve your other dreams of living in the United States.

 

Contact Yemi Getachew Immigration Law Office, P.C., at 408-292-7995 to discuss obtaining permanent resident status for yourself, a family member or employee. Know your options and what is required before you get started.