FORT LAUDERDALE / MIAMI IMMIGRATION GREEN CARD FOR A ASYLEE - APPLICATION PROCESS
To apply for a green card, you need to file Form I-485, Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust Status. Note: When your green card is granted, you (and your derivative family members) will have your date of adjustment of status rolled back 1 year from the date your green card is granted. Supporting Evidence For Form I-485
If your asylum status is granted, you should file a Form I-485 with the following supporting documentation (in this order) – CLICK HERE to Read or Download.
Family Members of Asylees
The USCIS asylum program accepts new Form I-589 applications from derivative asylees (spouses or children of a principal asylee) who no longer meet the definition of a spouse or child of the principal asylee in order to provide such individuals with a way to become a permanent resident. For more information, see the USCIS' Humanitarian page. Note: In certain cases, the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) may allow you to retain the classification of “child” even if you have reached age 21. To determine if the Child Status Protection Act (CSPA) applies to you, see our Child Status Protection Act page.
Family Application Process
You must prepare a separate Form I-485 application packet for yourself (the principal asylee) and for your spouse and each child who received derivative asylee status if they also want to obtain a green card. You may submit several different application packages in the same mailing package. To hold each application packet together, please use a single staple or a paper clip.
If you have any questions or are in need of an attorney please call to speak to me, Attorney Gabriel Jose Carrera at (954) 533-7593 or email me at Gabriel@attorneythatrides.com today!
"I can help you with your immigration case and together we can make it right". - Attorney Gabriel Jose Carrera