Ep. 21 Overstayed visa and now married to an American Citizen. Can She Still Get Green Card?

  • Overstayed visa and now married to a US citizen. Can she still get a green card?
  • Despite overstaying visa, someone who is married to a US citizen may be able to legalize his/her status.
  • The key is the proper inspection at the port of entry
  • Any criminal offense or fraud may subject to bars

Raw Tramscript:

Introduction: You ask we answer your immigration questions. Simple. And now your host immigration lawyer Jacob Sapochnick.

Jacob: Hello everybody to another episode of Ask An Immigration Lawyer.

I’m excited because we’re getting a lot of questions on Facebook and in Twitter. This question today is very, very common one. The question is I’m married to a US citizen but I came to United States more than 10 years ago and overstayed my visa. Continue reading

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Ep. 4 Visa waiver expired and now married to a US citizen. Can I still get my green card?

Raw Transcript:

Introduction: You ask we answer your immigration questions. Simple. And now your host immigration lawyer Jacob Sapochnick.

Jacob: Today’s question is coming from Roberta from Kansas City. Roberta’s question is the following: I am an Italian national. I came here about two years ago in the visa waiver program. Since then my visa waiver expired and just recently I married a US citizen. Can I get my green card inside the US? Continue reading

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