Adjustment of status is an immigration process used by certain intending immigrants who can complete the entire green card application process while physically present in the United States. Not all green card applicants are eligible to participate in the adjustment of status process. Adjustment of status is typically used by one who is being sponsored for a green card by an immediate relative, such as spouse, parent or child or an employment-based visa applicant who is lawfully present in the US. After filing the adjustment of status package, applicants typically attend an interview prior to green card approval.
US immigration is filled with forms. There are forms for visitors, forms for citizenship and forms for just about everything in between. Many of the forms are filled out by you or your immigration lawyer when you are asking for an immigration benefit, such as a visa or green card. Other forms, such as a [...]