You must be a conditional or permanent resident. You must be 18 years of age or older. You must be a continuous resident for 5 years subsequent to obtaining lawful resident status. If you are married to a U.S. citizen the residency requirement is 3 years: if your spouse is a U.S. citizen for 3… Read More
An application for naturalization (U.S. citizenship) is filed by a conditional or permanent resident for the purpose of obtaining U.S. citizenship.
The USCIS might deny a permanent residence application a variety of reasons. From an administrative perspective, permanent residence applications can be denied for failing to present requested documents, a divorce decree for example; fraudulently completing documents, criminal history or failing to provide adequate evidence of ability to financially support the foreign spouse. From a relationship… Read More
An experienced immigration attorney is well versed in the nuances of the visa process including petition and application preparation, responses to requests for evidence, documentation collection, government communication, consular interviews and advocacy. The attorney can successfully overcome possible issues by providing clients with solid advice based upon education and experience. If you are unsure as… Read More
CLG clients can verify the status of a case online at anytime. At the beginning of the process, CLG clients register with our website by selecting a username and password and creating an individual account. You can verify the status of your case by logging in to the client section of the Choquette Law website…. Read More