Guide | Sponsoring a Spouse or Family Member for Permanent Residence

A free, 14-page Guide for U.S. Citizens and Legal Permanent Residents who wish to sponsor a spouse or family member for a Green Card.

Family based immigration does more than strengthen family  ties – it builds communities and follows in the rich tradition  of immigration on which our country was founded. But federal immigration law can be difficult to navigate, even in the most clear-cut family immigration cases.

FordMurray senior counsel Aga Asbury has authored a 14-page Guide on Sponsoring a Spouse or Family Member to help explain the sponsorship process. Submit the form below to receive your downloadable guide in your email inbox.

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Who Should Read the Guide:

If you are a U.S. Citizen or Legal Permanent Resident who wishes to sponsor a fiancé(e), spouse, or family member for permanent residence in the United States.

What You Will Learn:

  • Part 1: Understanding Sponsorship for U.S. Citizens and Permanent Residents who Wish to Sponsor a Spouse or Family Member
  • Part 2: Sponsoring a Spouse or Family Member within the United States
  • Part 3: Sponsoring a Spouse or Family Member outside the United States
  • Part 4: Preparing for the Visa Interview
  • Part 5: Sponsoring a Fiancé(e)
  • Part 6: Naturalization

**UPDATE: USCIS has been waiving interview requirements for family-based immigration cases including marriage-based green cards based on strong, well-prepared petitions, compelling evidence of relationship, and no underlying issues.**