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3 Steps for Successful Parent Immigration to the USA

Forrest Blount

1. Determine Your Eligibility

Before you spend time researching your options, completing your application, and searching for the right immigration lawyer, make sure that you're eligible to apply for your parents. Our eligibility report takes less than 5 minutes to complete and is completely free.

2. Complete Your I-130 & Gather Your Documents

Once you've determined you're eligible to apply for your parent's green card, the next step is completing the I-130 form. You can download the I-130 form and it's accompanying X-page instructions free from the USCIS website, or you can complete the form from our web application, where we'll also walk you through the specific documents you'll need to gather for your application to be successful. While our application is free for immigrants, we do require that you work with a lawyer or not-for-profit to file your application.

3. Get Quotes From Lawyers to Complete & Process Your Application

We partner with lawyers and not-for-profits to ensure the highest rate of acceptance of our applications, but we understand that traditionally, lawyers can be very expensive. That's why we've built our application from the ground up to get you a better price. By completing your I-130 and uploading your documents, you'll enable multiple lawyers to review your case and offer competitive quotes for your business. This means that you'll get the benefit of choosing a lawyer that meets all your needs, without comprising on price (or worrying that you're overpaying). On top of all that, our own customer service team is available to help you at any point in the process -- in fact, we'd be happy to talk to you now if you have any questions -- our phone number is 855-539-7768!

Whatever you decide to do, we wish you the best of luck with your application! If you found this article useful, please share this article with your networks -- with your help this information can reach more people like you. And make sure to check out 3 Steps for a Successful Sibling Migration to the USA.


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