If you've got specific questions about marriage-based immigrant visas or green cards, chances are good someone else has been through the same thing before. Check out our series of common -- or sometimes uncommon -- questions from readers.
I came to the U.S. on a K-1 fiance visa. We got married and everything, but it’s been taking a long time to get the paperwork together for the adjustment of status packet. For one thing, it took weeks to get the official marriage certificate. My spouse's employer took its time about providing a job letter, too. I just looked at my I-94 and realized it has expired. Now what do I do?
There is no set age that a non-citizen of the U.S. must be in order to obtain permanent residency (a green card) based on marriage to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident. However, other age-related issues are at play in determining whether the non-citizen will be awarded a U.S. green card.