Helping You Obtain a Green Card for Your Immigrant Spouse

Immigration

Is your spouse legal in the United States? Would you like to help your spouse to become a permanent resident of the United States?

These and many other immigration questions may be resolved with the help of Access Legal Services.

Our company specializes in Family-Based Immigration which helps newlyweds to obtain Green Cards for their immigrant spouses WITHOUT leaving the United States and/or bring them, their children, parents, brothers, and sisters from abroad.

Green Cards for Your Relatives

Includes: Relative Petition, Adjustment of Status, Employment Authorization, Travel Document (Advance Parole) I-130, I-485, I-765, I-131, I-944
• Wife/Husband
• Children under 21, your children, or your spouse’s children
• Parents

Immigrants List of Documents

  • 1) Current white card OR electronic arrival record I-94
    a. All documents related to your present immigration status
    b. For students: I-20s; OPT (if you ever had one)

  • 2) Current passport with all visas inside

  • 3) Driver License (if you have it)

  • 4) Social Security Card (if you have it)

  • 5) 6 passport sized pictures

  • 6) Birth Certificate (we translate from most languages)

  • 7) Marriage Certificate

  • 8) Any and All Divorce documents (Death certificate if widowed)

  • 9) Questionnaire

  • 10) Medical Letter in a sealed envelope (Form I-693) https://my.uscis.gov/findadoctor

Citizen’s List of Documents

  • 13) Pay stubs for the last 3 months

  • 14) Letter from your employer explaining how long you've been with the company, your position, wages/salary yearly/hourly, how many hours per week you work.

  • 15) Tax returns for the last 3 years with W-2 –2018 or 2020 Federal Tax form 1040 is a must (adjusted gross income must be $22,000 or more if no dependents)

  • 16) Birth Certificate or Naturalization Certificate (if naturalized)

  • 17) Any and All Divorce documents (Death certificate if widowed)

  • 18) 2 passport sized pictures

  • 19) Driver License

  • 20) Social Security card

  • 21) US passport (if you have it)

  • 22) Questionnaire


$1760 – Government filing fee payable to USCIS (check/money order/cash)
$1200 – Access Legal Services fee to assist you with the process (credit card/cash)

Current K-1 fiance visa Adjustments to green Card

Includes: Adjustment of Status, Employment Authorization, Travel Document (Advance Parole) I-485, I-765, I-131

Immigrant’s List of Documents

  • 1) Current white card OR electronic arrival record I-94

  • 2) Current passport with all visas inside

  • 3) Driver License (if you have it)

  • 4) Social Security Card (if you have it)

  • 5) 6 passport sized pictures

  • 6) Marriage certificate

  • 7) Birth Certificate with English translation (we translate from most languages)

  • 8) Any and All divorces (if applicable)

  • 9) Copy of G-325A form previously submitted with K-1 application

Citizen’s List of Documents

  • 1) I-129F APPROVAL LETTER –COPY

  • 2) Pay stubs for the last 3 months

  • 3) Letter from your employer explaining how long you’ve been with the company, your position, wages/salary yearly/hourly, how many hours per week you work.

  • 4) Tax returns for the last 3 years MOST RECENT TAX YEAR IS A MUST Federal

  • 5) Birth Certificate OR Naturalization Certificate

  • 6) 2 passport sized pictures

  • 7) Driver License

  • 8) Social Security card

  • 9) US passport (if you have it)

  • 10) Any and All divorces (if applicable)

$1225– Government filling fee
$850 – Access Legal Services fee

Fiancé or Fiancée Visas (I-129F)

Bringing your foreign fiancé(e) to the United States for marriage

Fiancée’s List of Documents

  • 1) 2 passport size photos

  • 2) Current passport (travel)

  • 3) Any and All Divorce documents with English translation*

  • 4) Birth Certificate with English translation*

  • 5) Love letter explaining how you met and when and how your relationship progressed and expressly stating that you want to marry your fiancé here in the USA as soon as you have a visa to come here. MUST state I WILL MARRY MY FIANCE WITHIN 90 DAYS UPON ARRIVAL TO THE USA.

  • 6) Travel records + records of your communication/meeting with the fiancé (photos together from the trip, hotel with both names, tickets)
    * We translate from most languages for the additional fee of $50–$100 depending on the language

Citizen’s List of Documents

  • 1) 2 passport size photos.

  • 2) Birth Certificate or Naturalization Certificate

  • 3) Driver License

  • 4) Social Security card

  • 5) Any and All Divorce documents

  • 6) Travel records + records of your communication/meeting with the fiancé (photos together from the trip, hotel with both names, tickets)

  • 7) US Passport with all visas inside

  • 8) Love letter explaining how you met and when and how your relationship progressed and expressly stating that you wish to marry her here in the USA as soon as she has a visa to come here. MUST state I WILL MARRY MY FIANCE WITHIN 90 DAYS UPON ARRIVAL OF THE FIANCE TO THE USA.

  • 9) US passport (if you have it)

In addition, YOU and your future WIFE will have to answer the following questions

  • 1) Father’s Name (first and last)

  • 2) Father’s Date of Birth

  • 3) Father’s Place of Birth (city and country)

  • 4) Father’s Current Place of Residence5) Mother’s Name (first and last)

  • 5) Mother’s Date of Birth

  • 6) Mother’s Place of birth (city and country)

  • 7) Mother’s Current Place of Residence

  • 8) Place of Your Residence for the Last 5 (Five) Years With Dates

  • 9) Employment: list names and addresses of all employers for the last 5 years with dates of employment and occupation.

  • 10) Former Husband/Wife (if any)
    a. First and Maiden Last Name
    b. Date of Birth
    c. Date and Place of Marriage (city and state)
    d. Date and Place of Divorce (city and state)

  • 11) All Children (if any): Names first and last, dates of births, places of births: city and country

$535 – Government filing fee payable to USCIS (check/money order/cash)
$550 – Access Legal Services fee (to assist you with the process (credit card/cash)

Removing Conditional Residence (I-751)

Wife/Husband whose conditional Green Card expiries within 2 years

Must be filed within 90 days preceding expiration of your current green card

Joint Documents

  • 1) 3–4 bills/statements for each year you’ve been married

  • 2) Lease Agreement

  • 3) Utility bills

  • 4) Telephone bills

  • 5) Credit Cards

  • 6) Bank Account Statements

  • 7) Life Insurance

  • 8) Health Insurance

  • 9) Car Insurance

  • 10) Car title

  • 11) Health Club cards

  • 12) AAA card

  • 13) Department store cards

  • 14) Photos together

  • 15) Tax returns filed jointly (with copies of W-2s or Schedule C)

Documents

1) Marriage Certificate
2) Green Card
3) Your spouse’s Birth certificate (or Naturalization Certificate if born outside the US)

$680 – Government filing fee payable to USCIS (check/money order/cash)
$250 – Access Legal Services fee to assist you with the process (credit card/cash)

US Citizenship Naturalization Application (N-400)

US Citizenship Naturalization Application (N-400)
May be filed within 90 days preceding 5 years since your permanent residency began (5 years since the date of issue of your original green card)

May be filed within 90 days preceding 3 years since your original green card issue date if you are applying based on marriage to a US Citizen.

All address for the last 5 years with exact dates: (Start with your current residence)

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$725 – Government filling fee payable to USCIS Government filling fee payable to USCIS (check/money order/cash)
$150 – Access Legal Services fee to assist you with the process (credit card/cash)

DISLCOSURE NOTICES

Access Legal is a document preparation service. We are not attorneys and are not a law firm. We do not give legal advice and do not provide legal representation in your case.

These materials have been prepared by Access Legal for informational purposes only and are not legal advice. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. No person should act upon this information without seeking professional counsel.

All users are strongly encouraged to consult an attorney prior to using our services and/or filing documents prepared with our assistance especially if you or your spouse have any criminal record or illegal entry into the United States (without immigration inspection.)

Access Legal is not responsible for any liability, loss, damage, or error incurred as a result of the use of this site. The content of this site is updated regularly, however, there might be errors based on the frequent updates of the rules, laws, forms, and fees by US CIS and California Superior Court.