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OUR PRICING

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BASIC PLAN

$
2,960
  • Attorney Fee: $1,200
  • USCIS Fee: $1,760
  • Input your application info on our website.
  • U.S. immigration attorney reviews your application and corrects any errors.
  • Two-hour attorney consultation.
  • You print, sign, and mail the completed forms and application fee to USCIS.
  • You monitor the status of your application.
  • You respond to any Requests for Evidence (RFEs).
  • Attorney does not participate in your interview.
  • All information you provide is protected by the attorney-client privilege and is never sold or disclosed to third parties.
  • Upgrade to the Premium Plan at any time.

PREMIUM PLAN

$
3,760
  • Attorney Fee: $2,000
  • USCIS Fee: $1,760
  • Input your application info on our website.
  • U.S. immigration attorney reviews your application and corrects any errors.
  • Unlimited attorney consultation about this application.
  • Attorney mails your completed application to USCIS.
  • Attorney monitors your application and updates you at every step.
  • Attorney participates in your interview by phone.
  • Attorney respond to any Requests for Evidence (RFEs).
  • All information you provide is protected by the attorney-client privilege and is never sold or disclosed to third parties.

ELIGIBILITY

Are you eligible for a marriage green card?


Who can apply for a marriage green card?

  • Petitioner is a U.S. citizen
  • Petitioner satisfies minimum income requirements
  • Petitioner and Beneficiary are lawfully married
  • Beneficiary entered the U.S. legally
  • Beneficiary is not in removal proceedings
  • Beneficiary has never provided false information to the U.S. government
  • Parties can produce evidence of a bona fide marriage

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

Documents Required to Apply for Citizenship


All applicants must provide:

  • Copy of the front and back of your permanent resident card (green card)
  • Men who lived in the U.S. between the ages of 18 and 26: Proof of Selective Service registration (can be downloaded here).
  • Certified copies showing the disposition of any arrests or criminal cases.

Applicants filing on the basis of marriage to a U.S. citizen

  • Marriage certificate.
  • Proof of spouse's U.S. citizenship: birth certificate, certificate of naturalization, or passport
  • Proof that you and your spouse have lived together as a married couple for at least 3 years
  • If either party was previously married: Divorce judgment or prior spouse's death certificate showing the termination of each prior marriage.

Requesting a waiver of the USCIS application fee

BASIC STEPS

Steps to Apply for U.S. Citizenship


1. Fill out online application

You input your information and upload your documents to our online platform.

~ 30 hours

2. Lawyer reviews

U.S.-licensed attorney reviews your information and documents.

1 day

3. Attorney Submits Application

Attorney submits all government forms and evidence to USCIS.

1 day

4. USCIS provides case number

USCIS provides a case number to monitor the status of your application.

~ 2 months after submission

5. Fingerprints

You provides fingerprints at a USCIS office.

~ 3 months after submission

6. USCIS reviews

USCIS reviews your application and conducts a background investigation.

7. Interview

You participate in an interview at your local USCIS office.

~ One year after submission

8. Approved!

If your interview goes smoothly, you will participate in a naturalization ceremony and receive a certificate of naturalization.

Congrats!

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