Depending on the type of green card you are filing for, it’s possible you may need to submit additional supporting documents along with your actual application form. These can range from travel documents and employment authorizations to support affidavits and medical exam records. To find out what type of supporting documents you may need for your green card application form, it’s recommended you speak to an experienced immigration attorney before moving forward with the applications process.
Why Do You Need Support?
For many types of green cards, you will need to show evidence that you qualify and meet certain requirements. Our experienced San Antonio immigration attorney can help you in fulfilling these requirements.
There are even some situations in which another party may need to provide supporting documents on your behalf. This is most common when applicants file for a green card through a family member who’s a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Getting Help with Green Card Support Documents
The green card application process is an overwhelming one – especially when numerous supporting documents and forms are required. Let the Davis Law Firm help. We’ll ensure you have filled out all applicable documents, have submitted all proper paperwork, and have met all deadlines to give you the best possible chance at getting your green card application form approved. We can also help you prepare for your interview with USCIS.