July 2016
I hope you are having a great summer so far.

In this month's edition of my newsletter, I cover “Conditional” Permanent Residence and how it is used by USCIS as a tool to combat marriage fraud. Immigration officers are extremely wary of marriage fraud, and often put immigrants through a rigorous interview process to make sure their marriage is bona fide. One way to make the interview easier is to be well prepared with documentation of the marriage – both at the initial interview and then later when filing the Petition to Remove the Conditions on the Permanent Resident status. Read my blog this month to learn more.

Latest Blog
For those who were not lucky enough to be born a U.S. citizen, one must first obtain permanent resident status (aka “green card”) before applying for U.S. citizenship.

Permanent resident status may be obtained through an employment based petition or a family based petition. Generally speaking, the permanent residence card is issued for 10 years and can be easily renewed for additional 10 year periods assuming the “green card” holder has not been convicted of a serious crime or lost their resident status by failure to maintain continuous residence in the U.S...
Linda M. Kaplan
Immigration Attorney
Employment Based Permanent Residence
Family Based Permanent Residence
Non Immigrant Visas
Representation Before USCIS & US Department of State
Contact Info:
Linda M. Kaplan, P.A.
(305) 670-7665
Disclaimer: The hiring of a lawyer is an important decision that should not be based solely upon advertisements. The materials contained within this website provide general information about the firm, and do not constitute legal advice and are intended for informational purposes only.

This email was sent to <<Email Address>>
why did I get this?    unsubscribe from this list    update subscription preferences
Linda M. Kaplan, P.A. · 10691 N Kendall Dr, Suite 301 · Miami, FL 33176 · USA

Email Marketing Powered by MailChimp