Helping You Obtain An Adjustment Of Status
If you are in the U.S. legally and want to pursue permanent residence or change your status to immigrant, an adjustment of status (AOS) could be an option. An AOS refers to the process of applying for a green card while in American territory. One of the benefits of this process is that it could extend to certain family members. However, you must meet certain conditions.
The attorneys at ImmigrationLegal.org have more than 30 combined years of experience helping foreign nationals in Michigan through all matters related to immigration. Our goal is to develop highly personalized solutions that truly meet your needs, aiming to protect the status of your stay in the U.S.
Your Eligibility To Apply
When we discuss your needs at ImmigrationLegal.org, we will review in detail your situation and whether you may apply for this visa. Eligibility criteria include whether your petition is employment or family-based or you have special immigrant status based on humanitarian reasons.
On one hand, individuals who may qualify for a family-based visa may include direct family members of U.S. citizens over 21 years of age, fiancé(es), and married and unmarried children. On the other hand, an employment-based visa considers skilled professionals, priority workers, those who are already employed in a U.S. territory and those with exceptional ability.
We Are Ready To Assist You
We will be upfront about your options and guide you through every step of the process. Call our Royal Oak office at 248-800-2544 or stay online and fill out our online contact form. Your consultation is strictly confidential.