Tag: I-130

If you marry a U.S. citizen your citizen spouse can petition for you to get a green card.

Customer Story: Alfred M

Alfred found love and wants his wife to be able to live and work in the United States. They just completed two immigration forms using...

/ August 20, 2018
The journey to obtain a green card can be lengthy but well worth it.

3 Ways to Get a Green Card

A green card is a key to becoming a United States citizen. The formal term for a green card is legal permanent residency. Having a...

/ June 5, 2018
Petitioning a relative for a green card doesn't have to be difficult.

Petitioning a Relative for a Green Card

Customer Story: Anna S. Anna needed to care for her sick mother in the United States. She wanted to fill out Form I-130 Petition for...

/ May 25, 2018
Unite your family is a campaign started by FileRight to inform the immigrant community about potential changes to immigration law.

Una Su Familia (Unite Your Family) intends to reunite families hoping to live together legally in the United States

UnaSuFamilia.com is a grassroots FileRight initiative focused on bringing awareness to major changes to our immigration system being considered by the Trump administration. The administration...

/ May 2, 2018
Una Su Familia es una campaña iniciada por FileRight para mantener la communidad migrante informada de cambios potenciales en las leyes de inmigración.

Una Su Familia, iniciativa para reunir a las familias para que vivan juntas en los Estados Unidos

UnaSuFamilia.com es una iniciativa de FileRight enfocada en comunicar cambios importantes en nuestro sistema de inmigración que está considerando la administración Trump. La administración ha...

/ May 2, 2018
The USCIS completes the majority of immigration cases within the United States. FileRight simplifies the process.

United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services ( USCIS) is a critical arm of the United States Department of Homeland Security. The USCIS handles the...

/ May 2, 2018
Changing your address with the USCIS can be done online.

How to notify U.S. immigration about a change of address

Letting the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services know of an address change isn’t just important to make sure you receive up-to-date information on your...

/ March 23, 2018
The USCIS website will display processing times for most immigration applications.

How to check your USCIS processing time

Once you file your immigration application, waiting for a decision on your application can feel like an eternity. For a long time, the USCIS had...

/ March 22, 2018
Wooden boats on the Thu Bon River, Hoi An, Vietnam

Customer Story: William

William fled his native Vietnam to escape persecution after the Vietnam War. He tells a harrowing tale  of surviving on a small boat an eventually...

/ September 20, 2017
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How To Get a U.S. Green Card For Your Siblings?

Green Cards Through Family Do you have a brother or sister who lives in a different country? If so, did you know that you can...

/ September 25, 2016
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How To Get a Green Card For Your Parents

One of the great reasons for green card holders to get U.S. citizenship is that they can use that status to help their parents get...

/ May 2, 2016
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How to Get a Green Card (Most Common Ways)

There are several ways to get a green card. Let’s discuss the most common. Family-based Green Cards U.S. Citizens and green card holders can sponsor...

/ October 27, 2015
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How to Get a Spouse a U.S. Green Card

There are a few ways by which a U.S. citizen or permanent resident (green card holder) can help a spouse get a green card. Further,...

/ October 21, 2015
Immigration paperwork can be daunting. FileRight simplifies the process.

How To File an Immigrant Petition

People who wish to come to the United States may need to file an immigration petition to come to the United States. An immigrant petition...

/ September 10, 2015