The residency procedure is an extremely important step in the immigration process. Obtaining residency means being able to claim loved ones, being able to travel and have a stable status without being afraid that tomorrow he will be allowed to stay in this country.
In general, the process consists of submitting several applications to Immigration with the required evidence, being fingerprinted so that immigration will carry out an investigation of your criminal history, just like Immigration, and an interview. It is essential to have an attorney to help you confirm that you qualify for residency and to complete the applications and all the requirements, if you can apply. You also need representation at the time of the interview, which is when an officer will review your case and try to find a problem or obstacle in order to deny your application.
An error in the application and lack of representation in the interview can end your dream and not only cause loss of time and effort, but an arrest or possible deportation. Don’t take such an important step without legal advice.
- Based on a love match.
- After one year of having an approved asylum.
- By family request.
- By labor request.
- The 10-year law.
- The NACARA law.
- The “U” visa.
- The Cuban adjustment law.
- For domestic violence.
- And several other ways.
Conditional Residence by Marriage
The Conditional Residence by Marriage is the residence that immigration gives to people when they have been married for at least 2 years.
They give you conditional residence for 2 years and then you have to remove the condition so that they give you permanent residence for 10 years.
Residence for Cubans CU6
The Cuban adjustment law allows spouses to obtain residency if they have a parole to the United States and are married to a Cuban Resident.
The Cuban adjustment law allows spouses to obtain residency if they have a parole to the United States and are married to a Cuban Resident. The Cuban adjustment law seems to be simple, but it has several entanglements. The most important thing is that the spouse or stepchildren do not have to be Cuban and give them permanent residence at one time, not conditional residence.