Consular Processing and Visas in Florida
Our Daytona Beach Immigration Attorneys Help You Obtain a Green Card
As an immigrant looking to obtain your visa or Green Card, there are a
number of ways of going about it. One of the most popular options is to
get your green card through consular processing. This means that you go
to the U.S. consulate in your native country and apply for an immigrant
visa. They will usually require you to go through at least one interview
process, which can be very confusing and overwhelming if you are not properly
prepared. If you are already in the United States, you may qualify for
what is called an adjustment of status, which allows you to stay in the
country while working to obtain the status of a permanent resident.
It is highly advisable to have an experienced Daytona Beach immigration
lawyer to help you with this process in order to sort out the complexities. Here at
David F. Vedder, P.A., we have
40 years of experience and have handled more than 11,000 immigration matters. Our law firm is
very familiar with the issues involved in immigration law and we are more
than qualified to represent your case and provide you with sound legal
advice and guidance.
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How does consular processing work?
There are a number of ways to get this process started. If you qualify
for refugee or asylum status, we can assist you with applying for that
first. If not, you must be sponsored by an employer or a family member
who is a Green Card holder or U.S. citizen themselves.
The procedure of consular processing usually goes as follows:
- Receive a notice from the National Visa Center
- Go to a U.S. embassy or consulate in your native country
- Submit paperwork applying for an immigrant visa
- Pass a consular interview and a medical examination
We can help.
Contact our legal team at (386) 968-8880 to make an appointment!