for converting a conditional permanent residency to a permanent residenc
We are thrilled to announce the approval of a case for converting a conditional permanent residency to a permanent residency, which was conducted with Song Law Firm.
The petitioner had obtained a conditional permanent residency two years prior to applying for the conversion. Before the expiration of the conditional period, the petitioner had petitioned for its removal with Song Law Firm, providing evidence of the genuineness and continuity of their marriage and meeting the legal requirements for the petition. Despite delays caused by internal affairs and the pandemic, the petitioner received approval without any gap in their immigration status due to a timely submission of the petition during the pandemic period.
We congratulate our clients and wish them a happy married life.
To obtain a permanent residency through marriage, one must first receive a conditional permanent residency for two years and then petition for its removal to receive an unconditional permanent residency. This requires proving the genuineness and continuity of the marriage to demonstrate that it was not a fraudulent scheme. Given the substantial amount of time and effort required to prepare for this process, it is important to consult an experienced attorney who can facilitate communication effectively. The immigration team at Song Law Firm has extensive experience and success in handling not only marriage-based immigration cases but also other family-based immigration cases. They prioritize smooth communication with clients and stay up to date with the latest immigration trends and policies.
If you have any questions about family-based immigration or inviting family members to immigrate, please do not hesitate to contact Song Law Firm.