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I-130 亲属移民

亲属移民的第一步是为外籍亲属提交 I-130 申请将亲属移民到美国。在 Tsang & Associates 律师事务所,我们拥有帮助无数客户提交 I-130 的成功经验。我们会帮助您完成所有的表格及支持性文件的准备。我们的律师会评估您的情况,并帮助您和外籍亲属达到移民要求。

亲属移民关于配偶移民,如果外籍配偶得到绿卡时,双方结婚未满两年,该配偶得到的是有效期为 2 年的条件式绿卡。条件式居民可以享受一般永久居民的所有权利。在得到条件式绿卡两周年前 90 天,需要申请除条件式身份。在 Tsang & Associates 律师事务所,我们的专业律师将帮助您申请 I-751 并证明您的婚姻是真实的,并不是为了移民的意图。

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费用

服务费用:$1500

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相关信息

服务

我们会准备律师说明信以及所有表格和证明文件,除此还包括:

—检验证明资格;

—翻译及公证。

文件清单

我们会准备律师说明信以及所有表格和证明文件,除此还包括:

—检验证明资格;

—翻译及公证。

相关信息

为力求给您提供最有效最准确的咨询,我们强烈推荐您提供以下资料文件(越多越好),以确保我们的交流达到最大成果。

1. 受益人的出生证明

2. 户籍誊本/户口簿

3. 所得税申报表(如适用)

4. 结婚证(如适用)

5. 护照

6. 申请人身份证明

7. 申请人与受益人的关系证明 (合照,共同财务报表,共同租赁文件)

I-751去除条件式身份绿卡申请所需文件清单:

1. 证明你的婚姻不是为了逃避美国移民法,例如:

(1). 租赁协议显示你与配偶居住在一起

(2). 水电单,银行贷款等显示您和配偶拥有共同财产

(3). 夫妻联合账户

(4). 小孩的出生证明

2. 绿卡

3. 配偶死亡证明(配偶死亡情形)

4. 离婚判决书(婚姻终止倾向)

5. 受虐证明,如警察记录、医疗诊断记录、家人及朋友的书面证词等(受虐情形)

6. 提供极大困境证明,如医疗记录、疾病证明、原居住国经济政治状况说明等(极大困境情形)

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样品和模板

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律师简函:[随后提供] 我们将提供一封I-130申请的律师简函样例。

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附信:[随后提供] 我们将提供一封I-130申请附信样例。

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补件样例:[随后提供] 补件用以补强案件理据。

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表格:点击“表格”可查看移民局所需表格列表。

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文件清单样例:[随后提供] 我们将根据客人个案的具体情况拟定专属文件清单来加强案件理据。

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移民局规费计算器: 点击“移民局规费计算器”可助您计算移民局规费金额。

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移民局邮寄地址:  点击“移民局邮寄地址”可查看申请递交的具体收件地址。

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移民局审理时间表:点击“移民局审理时间表”可助您掌握申请所需时间。

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各地指纹中心:点击“各地指纹中心”可查看各地指纹中心地址列表。

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Does approval of this petition mean that my family member is automatically a lawful permanent resident or they can immediately immigrate to the United States?

No. An approved petition does not give the beneficiary automatic lawful permanent resident status or permission to immediately immigrate to the United States.

When will a visa become available?

When a petition is approved for the spouse, unmarried children under 21 years of age, or parents of a U.S. citizen, these persons are classified as immediate relatives, which means visas are immediately available to them.

When a petition is approved for a U.S. citizen’s sibling or married or adult son or daughter, or for a lawful permanent resident’s spouse, child, or unmarried son or daughter, it is assigned to the appropriate visa preference category. Each year, a limited number of immigrant visas are available for each preference category. The visas are processed in the order in which the petitions are properly filed and accepted by us. To be considered properly filed, a petition must be fully completed and signed, and the filing fee must be paid.

For a monthly report on the dates when immigrant visas are available, call the U.S. Department of State at 1-202-663-1541, or visit their website at www.travel.state.gov.

What if a name has changed?

If either you or the person you are filing for is using a name that is not the same name shown on the relevant documents, you must file your petition with copies of the legal documents reflecting the name change, such as a marriage certificate, adoption decree, or court order.

What if an official document is not available?

In this situation, submit a statement from the appropriate civil authority certifying that the document or documents are not available. You must also submit secondary evidence, which may include one or more of the following records listed below.

A. Religious record: A copy of a document bearing the seal of the religious organization showing that the baptism, dedication, or comparable rite occurred within two months after birth, and showing the date and place of the child’s birth, date of the religious ceremony, and the names of the child’s parents.

B. School record: A letter from the authority (preferably the first school attended) showing the date of admission to the school, the child’s date of birth or age at that time, place of birth, and names of the parents.

C. Census record: State or Federal census records showing the names, place of birth, date of birth, or the age of the person listed.

D. If records like those described above are not available, then you may submit two or more written statements from individuals who were living at the time and who have personal knowledge of the event you are trying to prove, such as the date and place of birth, marriage, or death. The individuals making the written statements do not have to be U.S. citizens. Each written statement must contain the following information regarding the individual making the written statement: his or her full name, address, date and place of birth, full information concerning the event, and complete details explaining how the individual acquired personal knowledge of the event.

Finally, each individual’s written statement must include the following declaration, “I declare (or certify, verify, or state) under penalty of perjury under the laws of the United States of America that the foregoing is true and correct. Executed on 2022, [signature].”

E. For parent-child relationships only: If other forms of evidence have proven inconclusive, the petitioner
may submit on a voluntary basis other evidence of a birth parent and birth child relationship to include deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) testing. DNA test results will only be accepted by USCIS from parentage-testing laboratories accredited by the American Association of Blood Banks (AABB). A list of laboratories can be viewed at www.aabb.org/sa/facilities/Pages/RTestAccrFac.aspx.

When a petition is approved for a U.S. citizen’s sibling or married or adult son or daughter, or for a lawful permanent resident’s spouse, child, or unmarried son or daughter, it is assigned to the appropriate visa preference category. Each year, a limited number of immigrant visas are available for each preference category. The visas are processed in the order in which the petitions are properly filed and accepted by us. To be considered properly filed, a petition must be fully completed and signed, and the filing fee must be paid.

For a monthly report on the dates when immigrant visas are available, call the U.S. Department of State at 1-202-663-1541, or visit their website at www.travel.state.gov.

What if I'm filing for a spouse married less than 2 years?

If you have been married less than two years on the date your spouse has obtained permanent resident status, USCIS will grant your spouse conditional permanent resident status for two years under INA section 216. USCIS then requires both you and your spouse to file Form I-751, Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence, during the 90-day period immediately before your spouse’s conditional permanent resident status expires.

Conditional permanent residents have the same rights, privileges, responsibilities, and duties as all other lawful permanent residents. A conditional permanent resident is not limited in his or her right to apply for naturalization, file petitions on behalf of qualifying relatives, or reside permanently in the United States as an immigrant in accordance with U.S. immigration laws.

NOTE: If your spouse fails to timely file Form I-751 to remove the conditional basis of his or her spouse’s permanent resident status, USCIS will terminate his or her permanent resident status and begin removal proceedings.

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