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Tips For Getting A Green Card

Tips For Getting A Green Card

Getting a green card is a crucial first step when it comes to living and working in this country. Having an experienced attorney help you through this process is in your best interest. Kurzban Kurzban Tetzeli & Pratt, P.A. has helped clients throughout the world safely enter the United States. If you are looking for a trusted attorney in Florida, look no further.

First of all, it is important to review your application. Whether you prepared it yourself or had someone help you, you are responsible for making sure all of the information is correct. You must be honest on both your application and throughout your interview. Lying at any time during this process can cause bigger problems than telling the truth in the first place. However, don’t volunteer any negative information – just answer the questions you are asked.

What If I’m Married?

A United States citizen that is married to a foreign spouse can apply to have their spouse remain in the U.S. Though you are married, it is not guaranteed that your spouse will be granted a green card. You must prove to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that your marriage is legitimate and genuine. Our attorneys can help you understand the process and answer any questions you may have.

Similar to a single person entering the country, you must go through an interview. It’s a good idea to bring all important documents proving that your marriage is authentic. This can include letters and photographs, or even joint bank statements and your marriage certificate. Having honest and consistent answers will help you through this process.

Call Today; We Can Help

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If you are applying for a green card, it is essential to talk to an attorney first. We can help you gather all of the appropriate information and make the process as smooth as possible. Contact our Coral Gables office at 855-200-7315 or fill out our contact form online.

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