Frequent Questions and Answers
Q 1 What is “adjustment of status?”
A 1 Adjustment of Status is the processes by which certain foreign
nationals that are already in the US to apply for status as a
permanent resident of the US (also known as green card) without
having to leave the country.
Q 2 How do I apply for Adjustment of Status in the U.S.?
A2 Adjustment of status involves an application to The USCIS. To
begin the process,
click here to go to our order page.
Q 3 Can I travel outside the U.S. after applying for Adjustment of
A 3 To travel outside the US while your adjustment of status
application is being processed you will need an “Advance Parole”
which is also know as a travel document. You can order this at the
same time as your adjustment of status by clicking here to go to our
order page. If you do not apply for Advance Parole before you leave
the country, you will abandon your application with United States
Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and you may not be
permitted to return to the U.S.
Q 4 How can I check the status of my Adjustment of Status
A 4 As part of our service APVisa will provide a link to a web page.
There you can enter your case number and track the progress.
Q 5 Can I work while my application is processed by the USCIS?
To work in the US while your adjustment of status application is
being processed you will need an “Work Authorization” which is also
know as a “Work Permit”. You can order this at the same time as your
adjustment of status by
clicking here to go to our order page.