Filing for a marriage based green card is complex and expensive, and we are here to help you make it simple and affordable for you and your partner.
Greenbroad is a 21st century solution to the immigration application process. We help you apply for your marriage based green card from the comfort of your home without having to shell thousands of dollars on immigration lawyers.
We understand that getting a marriage-based green card can be difficult, and with heavy waiting times, you want to make sure that you do it right the first time. That is where Greenbroad comes in! Our solution makes immigrating to the United States quick and easy with our simple marriage-based green card app. All you have to do is answer a few questions, send them in for our team to review, and sit back while we take care of the rest. Remember getting your green card doesn't have to be so stressful, just give Greenbroad a call and let us take care of you.
All you need to do is answer a few questions and upload your supporting documents through our easy to fill online questionnaire. Don't pay till you are done
Our smart app will review your information and build a filing docket that is customized to you. Your application will go through another round of check from
We will print and ship your entire application package to your doorstep. All you will have to do is use our pre-addressed envelope to send your documents to the USCIS.
A marriage based green card is a way for a foreign national to obtain permanent residency in the United States through marriage to a U.S. citizen or permanent resident. The process involves the U.S. citizen or permanent resident sponsor, known as the petitioner, filing a petition on behalf of the foreign national spouse, known as the beneficiary. The couple will be required to provide evidence of a bona fide marriage and go through an interview process. Once approved, the foreign national spouse will be granted a green card, allowing them to live and work in the U.S. permanently.
Greenbroad is designed to make the process of obtaining a green card through marriage as simple and stress-free as possible.
Our user-friendly platform guides you step-by-step through the application process, ensuring that you have all the information and support you need to successfully apply for a green card. From preparing and filing the necessary forms to helping you apply for it at the , we've got you covered.
We also provide you with a document checklist, so you can easily keep track of the required documents and make sure nothing is missed. You'll also have access to our team of immigration experts who will be available to answer any questions you may have. With Greenbroad, you'll have peace of mind knowing that working with a team of experts.
We've helped countless couples just like you, and we're confident that we can help you too. Don't let the green card application process stand in the way of your future together. Start now and take the first step towards obtaining your green card.
Most marriage-based green card applicants are not aware of how to set themselves up for success, but we understand what it takes, and all you have to do is supply with the details for your green card. We will ease the tension for you, by making the process quick and simple. Since immigration services to the United States cost money, we make sure to get it right the first time to increase your chances.
Pick an individual form, or let us take care of everything. We provide flexibility to fill the forms you would like to fill including but not limited to citizenship form, green card renewal form, or select the premium green card package
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Immigration to another country can sometimes be difficult and that is why our team always puts the customer first. We provide you a team of experts that have provided marriage-based green card services to thousands of former immigrants who are now United States citizens. Our team will take out all the guesswork that comes with applying and obtaining your green card as we will walk you through every step of the way from your first question all the way to immigrating to the United States. Listed below are a few other benefits of our service
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Cost of Green card through marriage
Marriage-based green card application fees vary widely depending on if the applicant is filing in the U.S or overseas. Here is the breakdown of the fees
I-485: $1140 (Applicants in the U.S. only)
I-864: $120 (Applicants living abroad only)
Biometrics : $85
State Department Processing Fee: $325
U.S. Immigrant Fee: $220
Medical Examination: Depends on the surgeon
For spouse living within the United States, the total cost would be $1,760 and for the spouses living outside the United States, the total cost would be $1,225
This does not include Greenbroad's fee
To get a marriage-based green card, the following forms must be filed and submitted:
I-130 Petition for Alien Relative The purpose of this form is to verify that a valid marriage exists between you and your spouse. The petitioner or sponsor of the application must be a citizen or permanent resident in the U.S.
I-130A, Supplemental Information This form is used by the USCIS to collect additional background information about the beneficiary spouse. The questions in the I-130A are based on the past five years of the beneficiary spouse’s employment and residential history. It must be filled out, signed, and submitted. The I-130A is filed and submitted with the I-130.
I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence If the beneficiary spouse is in the U.S. on a different immigrant status, he/she will need to file an I-485 form to the USCIS to prove that, by virtue of the valid marriage between the applicant and permanent resident/citizen spouse, they have met the eligibility requirements to adjust their status to become a permanent resident in the U.S. The I-485 form contains several background-check questions. The I-130, 130A, and 485 forms can be filed at the same time by applicants who live in the U.S.
I-1864, Affidavit of Support This is a form demonstrating agreement between the green card sponsor spouse and the U.S. government. It is an affidavit showing that he/she has income and/or assets that is enough to take care of their beneficiary spouse. This is done to assure the government that the spouse will not end up being a public charge after gaining a permanent residency.
I-1864A, Affidavit of Support This is a form demonstrating agreement between the green card sponsor spouse and the household members of that spouse.
I-693, Report of Medical Test and Vaccination Record The I-693 is filed to prove that the applicant is not inadmissible to the U.S. on health grounds. The USCIS uses the form to assess the results of the medical test of the applicant. The medical test can only be carried out by a USCIS-designated civil surgeon. The results of your medical examination will be used primarily for immigration purposes and are confidential. According to the federal immigration law, there are four categories of health-related grounds of inadmissibility, which are: Communicable diseases Lack of proof of having received the required vaccinations Mental or physical disorders with harmful behavior or a history of associated harmful behavior; and Drug abuse or addiction The USCIS requires all beneficiaries to undergo a medical examination which can only be performed by a USCIS-designated physician. After the examination, the examining doctor will give the applicant the test results in a sealed envelope on the I-693, which is to be submitted at during the green card interview. The USCIS will not accept the result if the envelope is opened.
I-765, Application for Employment Authorization This form is filed with the USCIS to get a temporary work authorization while waiting for the Form I-485 to be approved, which in some cases may take six to eight months. However, though this form is not compulsory in the application process since it comes free of charge and takes about 90 days to be approved, it is usually advisable to take advantage of it while the application for permanent residence is pending. If approved, the applicant will have temporary authorization while waiting for their green card approval.
I-131, Application for Travel Document If the applicant has to travel out of the U.S. while their I-485 is yet to be approved, the USCIS may consider their application abandoned, which means they will have to restart the whole process from the beginning. To avoid this, the applicant can file an I-131 along with the marriage-based green card application to have the ability to travel abroad while their green card application is pending. This is another optional form, and just like I-765, it also does not carry a fee. Meanwhile, if the applicant has to travel abroad on an urgent basis, they don’t need to wait for their I-131 to be approved before they leave. The approved document can be forwarded to the designated U.S. embassy or consulate abroad for them to pick it up.
Supporting Documents The forms listed above are to be completed and submitted by the applicant with relevant documents supporting the validity of marriage and eligibility claims. For a fast application process, the applicant needs to provide the following supporting documents:
Marriage Certificate This is to prove further that civil marriage exists between the beneficiary spouse (applicant) and the lawful permanent resident /citizen.
Proof of legal termination of previous marriage If any one or both of the parties have been into any marriage that ended in the past, they have to present evidence supporting how the marriage ended. Depending on the case, the applicant will need to provide any of these: death certificate, divorce decrees, or annulment decree. If the previous marriage has not been lawfully terminated, the present one cannot be deemed valid.
Evidence for name change If either of the parties has ever changed names, they are to present documents showing the change. For a name change by marriage, a marriage certificate will suffice for the applicant. If it wasn’t for marriage purposes, a court order has to be submitted as proof.
Passport Photographs Two identical passport size photographs have to be submitted, each taken within 30 days of filing the I-130.
Birth Certificate Submit a copy of the birth certificate when filing, but when going into USCIS interview, the original birth certificate is to be presented.
I-94, Arrival/Departure The applicant has to present the I-94 arrival/departure record. This document is issued by Customs and Border Protection (CBP) to every alien who enters into the US as proof that he/she has been inspected by the agency when entering the U.S.
A Copy of Government-Issued Identification In this case, the passport page with a non-immigrant visa or with the admission or parole stamp will suffice.
Furthermore, the applicant needs to reveal his/her criminal history if applicable. If they have been arrested or convicted before either in the U.S. or overseas, they must provide the records. They will likely need a lawyer to advise them on the best way to go about this. The applicant has to be truthful in filing his/her criminal history record as any detection of dishonesty or fraud may lead to denial of his/her application by the USCIS and possible barring from re-entry into the United States.
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Step 1: Establishing the marriage relationship (Form I-130)
The first step in the process of getting a green card through marriage is to submit Form I-130 (officially called the “Petition for Alien Relative”) to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), which is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. The main purpose of the I-130 form, along with supporting documents, is to establish that a valid marriage exists. The spouse filing the I-130 is called the “petitioner” or “sponsor.” This is the spouse who is a U.S. citizen or current green card holder. The spouse seeking a green card is called the “beneficiary” or “green card applicant.”
Step 2: Establishing the spouse’s eligibility for a green card
The U.S. government follows two different processes to determine a spouse’s eligibility for a marriage-based green card. The right process depends on where that spouse currently lives:
FOR GREEN CARD APPLICANTS LIVING IN THE UNITED STATES
If the spouse seeking a green card physically lives in the United States, the next step is to file Form I-485 (officially called the “Adjustment of Status” application). The I-485 is filed with USCIS, and its primary purpose is to establish that the spouse is eligible for a green card.
Step 3: Attending the green card interview and awaiting approval
The final step in the marriage-based green card process is the green card interview. The interviewing officer’s primary goal is to assess the authenticity of the marriage. Questions can focus on the couple’s relationship history, as well as their daily activities and future plans together. If the interviewing officer is sufficiently convinced that the marriage is not fraudulent, they will approve the spouse for a green card.
The location of the interview — in addition to whether the sponsoring spouse must also attend — depends on where the spouse seeking a green card currently lives:
DOES YOUR SPOUSE LIVE IN THE UNITED STATES?
A spouse applying for a green card from within the United States will attend their interview with the sponsoring spouse at their local USCIS office. The physical green card will typically arrive by mail within 2-3 weeks of case approval.
DOES YOUR SPOUSE LIVE ABROAD?
A spouse applying for a green card from abroad will attend an interview at a U.S. embassy or consulate in their home country. The sponsoring spouse does not attend this interview.
The spouse seeking a green card will then receive a visa stamp in their passport, allowing for travel to the United States. The USCIS Immigrant Fee ($220) must be paid online before a physical green card can be issued. (USCIS recommends paying this fee before the spouse leaves for the United States.) The green card is typically mailed to the couple’s U.S. address within 2-3 weeks of the spouse’s arrival.
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If you are a spouse applying for a green card from within the United States, your complete Greenbroad filing package will include all of the following forms that you’ll need to work, travel, and ultimately obtain your green card:
Marriage relationship form I-130
(Petition for Alien Relative)
Supplemental information form I-130A
(Supplemental Information for Spouse Beneficiary)
Green card application form I-485
(Application for Adjustment of Status)
Financial support form I-864
(Affidavit of Support for Sponsoring Spouse)
Work permit application form I-765
(Application for Employment Authorization)
Travel permit application form I-131
(Application for Travel Document)
Online notification application G-1145
(e-Notification of Application/Petition Acceptance)
Medical examination form I-693
(Report of Medical Examination and Vaccination Record will not be included by us. You may have to go to a U.S. Civil Surgeon to acquire a Medical Examination Form I-693)
We will make sure that you get your green card on time to start your American Journey.