Derivative Asylee Adjustment of Status Green Card Approval for Malaysian Client in Virginia
CASE: Derivative Asylee Adjustment of Status
Our client and her family members came to the United States from China with a B-2 visa and through our representation, her husband was granted asylum on February 2011 by the USCIS.
Under the Immigration and Nationality Act, an asylee may apply for lawful permanent resident status after he or she has been physically present in the United States for a period of one year after the date he or she was granted asylum status.
Around February 2012, one year after she and her husband got their asylee status in the United States, our client contacted our office again and sought legal assistance for her and her family members’ adjustment of status.
We prepared and filed her I-485 Adjustment of Status Application on March 7, 2012. Everything went smoothly and the receipt notice and fingerprint appointment all came on time. On March 4, 2013, the USCIS approved our client’s husband’s Adjustment of Status application. On April 15, 2013, her Adjustment of Status application was approved by the USCIS as well. She is now permanent resident of the United States.
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