We helped our client and his wife obtain permanent residence despite overstaying their visa for more than a decade.
According to US immigration law, overstaying your visa by more than 180 days may make you inadmissible for immigration in the future, and could even bar you from entering the US for up to ten years.
Using a petition filed for his wife in 1999, we successfully adjusted status for our clients by submitting form 245-I, also known as the Life Act.
Even in difficult circumstances, picking the right immigration attorney can make all the difference in securing your American Dream. Contact us today and find out how we can help you, too.
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