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of Status or getting a "Green Card", is the process when someone who is
not a citizen of the United States, applies for and is granted
permission to live and work in the United States permanently. Adjustment
of Status is for those who are physically present in the United States
when they apply. Those outside the United States must apply through the
A simple application takes seven to nine forms to be completed. And according to the Office of Management and Budget of the White House, it takes a little over 21 hours and a half hours to complete the forms and gather the supporting documents.
Applicants have the burden of proving they are eligible for the benefit
sought. As such the applicant must prove the marriage was valid both
where formed and under INA. The marriage may also not have been entered
into for the purpose of obtaining immigration benefits.
A lawful permanent resident (LPR) must have the intent to maintain the
United States as their permanent residence. If there is an absence of
intent coupled with objective circumstances, lawful permanent residents
(LPRs) can lose their status even if they visit the U.S. often. An LPR
may have multiple residences, but U.S. residence must be the permanent
Applicant must show good moral character, must not be ineligible for
citizenship, not deportable as a terrorist or Nazi, and not inadmissible
as the law relates to criminals, procurers and other immoral persons,
subversives, violators of the narcotics laws and smugglers of aliens.
The applicant will have to their lawful entry. Issues often arise,
however, when one has misplaced an entry document, one was not provided
an entry document, or one was not fully truthful at the time of entry.
An applicant must be able to prove that he or she is not likely to
become a financial burden on the public. This is done by completing an
affidavit of support or showing forty qualifying quarters of work by the
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