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Consular Processing vs. Adjustment of Status
Consular Processing vs. Adjustment of Status

If you want to become a lawful permanent resident in the United States and obtain a green card, there are multiple ways to do so. However, two of the most common forms of becoming a lawful permanent resident are through consular processing and adjustment of status. If you ...

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