Visa Cases

Applying for an immigrant visa to the United States is a long and confusing process. Learn more below on how to check the status of your visa case, the stages of the visa process, and more.

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Visa Cases Are Tricky

Getting an immigrant visa is a long, difficult process.  Read below to find out everything from how to start applying for an immigrant visa, to communicating with the National Visa Center, to passing your visa interview.

It’s a long process, but we’ll help you to get your immigrant visa, so you can finally get that green card.

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    The Trump Administration has made it harder for immigrants to prove they financially qualify for a green card. Find out more about how to show you are not a public charge.

  • What Happens After Your Immigrant Visa Interview

    After you finish your immigrant visa interview at the U.S. consulate or embassy, there are still a few steps to getting your immigrant visa, and ultimately your green card.

  • Common Questions Before Your Visa Interview at the U.S. Consulate or Embassy

    You've filed your application for an immigrant visa, and you are awaiting a visainterview at the U.S. consulate or embassy. Here are some answers to common questions.

  • NVC Case Processing: Answers to Common Questions

    If your case is at the National Visa Center, you may have questions about the purpose of the NVC, the length of the visa process, etc. Get answers to commonly asked questions about NVC cases.

  • NVC Case Delays: Speed Up Your Visa Case

    If you are trying to get an immigrant visa through a U.S. consulate, you'll have to first deal with the National Visa Center. Delays can be frustrating for immigrants and lawyers. Find out more about handling NVC case delays.

  • What to Send the NVC

    To get your immigrant visa (and ultimately your green card) through a U.S. Consulate, you'll have to send a lot of documents to the National Visa Center (NVC). Learn more about what you need to send to keep things moving...

Where are you in the process?

There are several steps to getting an immigrant visa.  Tell us where you are in the process, and we’ll give you the information you need for moving it forward.

  • My case is at the National Visa Center (NVC)

    If your case is at the NVC, you’re bound to have questions about how to apply for an immigrant visa, what information to send, and speeding things up.  Learn more here.

  • I am waiting for an interview

    After you send the NVC what it needs, you’ll need to begin preparing for your interview at the U.S. consulate abroad.

  • I had my visa interview

    Even after you have had your interview, there are several things left to do.  Learn more here.