Green card supporting documents for V nonimmigrant
Nonimmigrant visa, otherwise known as V nonimmigrant, holders or people temporarily in the U.S. for leisure, medical treatment, or business, may want to apply for a green card if their parent or spouse permanently resides in the U.S.
Once the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) consider a nonimmigrant visa holder eligible to apply for a green card, he or she will need to file Form I-485. The following forms must also be provided:
- Two pieces of passport-sized pictures
- Copies of the following: government ID with picture, birth certificate, and passport page
- Form G-325A
- Form I-693
- Form I-94
- Form I-864
- Form I-797
Green card applicants with such a status should note that they may be required to fill out other forms and pay applicable fees for the filing process.
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