How to Sponsor Your Muslim Spouse for a Green Card in the United States - Adjustment of Status Process Explained
If you are a Muslim living in the USA and looking to sponsor your spouse for a green card who is currently in the United States, you may be facing some unique challenges in the immigration process. As an immigration law firm with extensive experience working with clients from Muslim / Islamic countries and communities, we understand the specific needs and concerns of our Muslim clients. In this article, we will guide you through the process of sponsoring your Muslim spouse for a green card in the USA and provide tips and insights to help you navigate the process with confidence.
Navigating the United States immigration process can be challenging, particularly for Iranian couples seeking a marriage-based green card. With unique cultural and geopolitical factors at play, it is crucial to understand the requirements, steps, and common concerns associated with obtaining a green card through marriage. In this comprehensive guide, we will address the top 10 frequently asked questions about marriage-based green cards for Iranian couples and provide valuable insights to help you confidently navigate the process.
Maintaining legal status is paramount for many Iranians living in the United States. Whether you're in the US on a temporary visa or as a permanent resident, understanding your obligations and the requirements of your immigration status is essential. This comprehensive guide aims to provide valuable information for Iranians in the US to maintain their legal status and avoid any potential pitfalls or complications.
Iranian IRGC or Sepah Immigration Ban: What You Should Know If You Have Completed Mandatory Military Service in IRGC or Sepah
The Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC), also known as Sepah, was designated as a terrorist organization by President Trump in April 2019. This designation carries serious immigration repercussions for Iranian males who did their mandatory military service with IRGC or Sepah. There are some distinctions and options depending on whether you are applying for a U.S. immigrant visa or nonimmigrant visa and whether you are applying from outside the United States at an embassy abroad or whether you are applying for an immigrant benefit from within the United States, such as adjustment of status or citizenship (N-400/Naturalization). This article discusses obstacles and strategies arising from a case involving an IRGC mandatory service.
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Immigration lawyer Najmeh Mahmoudjafari, Esq. (ImmigraTrust Law) represents immigration law clients nationwide (all 50 States), globally and also in and around Orange County, including: Costa Mesa | Corona del Mar | Cypress | Fountain Valley | Garden Grove | Huntington Beach | Irvine | Los Alamitos | Los Angeles | Mission Viejo | Newport Beach | Orange | San Diego | San Francisco | Santa Ana | Stanton | Tustin | Westminster