9 Common Questions by Conditional Residents Held in Limbo

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Our immigration system is constantly evolving. Updates are made seemingly on a daily basis, attempting to address challenges and reflect new priorities. In 1986 as part of the Reagan Administrations immigration reform bill, Congress enacted what is our current framework for marriage-based permanent residence requirements.  One such requirement was the enactment of a 2 year  “conditional“ greencard for immigrants whose …

The Four Rules to Live By in Adjustment of Status Interviews

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When I meet with couples to prepare for an adjustment of status interview, I begin by explaining that there are four rules, that if followed will help the interview go off without a hitch. Though I usually charge for this valuable information, I have decided against my better judgment to share the four rules (I call them the platinum rules) …