Joining me today is Alcorn Immigration Law partner, Anita Koumriqian, as we talk about the NVC process for immigrants getting green cards.
The consular NVC process is an intermediary step after getting the I-140 petition, which is the foundational document that allows somebody to get their green card.
If you live in another country, you have to get your green card in the form of an immigrant visa at the consulate that will then permit you to come and live here in the U.S.
Now, if you’re currently in the United States on a nonimmigrant status looking to get a green card, you have the choice to either apply for an adjustment of status or go through this consular NVC process.
Whether you’re in the middle of the I-140 process, or you’re considering getting a green card at some point, find out more about this option so you can make an informed decision.
In this episode, you’ll hear about:
- Adjustment of status process vs. consular NVC process
- Types of cases that go through the NVC
- How the NVC process works
- NVC vs NBC
- Things to consider (NVC locations, abandonment, interview, required documents)
- Possible reasons for denial
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