[Family Immigration] Approval of petition for conversion to permanent residence
Song Law Firm is happy to announce the news of approval!
Among the family immigration clients that have worked with Song Law Firm, a client has decided to file for a petition for conversion from conditional permanent residence to permanent residence with Song Law Firm and was approved by the USCIS.
This client received their conditional green card two years before filing the petition, and before this period expired, they filed a conditional removal petition with Song Law Firm. Song Law Firm’s immigration team communicated with the client and collected evidence of the authenticity and continuity of this marriage, and submitted a petition by meeting the requirements of the immigration law. Although the process was delayed due to the internal circumstances of the USCIS and the pandemic, our firm was notified that this conditional green card would be in effect for 18 to 24 months, so we were able to get approval without a gap in status. We sincerely congratulate our client on their approval and give them best wishes for a happy marriage in the future.
A spouse’s immigration petition for marriage is initially granted for a two-year conditional green card, and after a period of time, a petition to remove this condition can be filed to obtain an unconditional permanent green card. To do this, you need to prove that your marriage is true and that it has continued. Therefore, it is important to meet a lawyer who has experience and good communication skills in this field because it takes a lot of time and effort to prepare for an individual process. Attorneys at Song Law Firm’s Immigration Team have unparalleled experience and approval of family immigration cases as well as marriage petitions, and always prioritize smooth communication with clients. Also, from these many experiences, they are quickly exposed to the latest visa and immigration trends, and they are also quick to read and adjust to the latest trends of the USCIS.
If you have any questions about family immigration or family invitation immigration, please contact Song Law Firm.