An applicant’s eligibility for a family-based green card has three pillars.
Proving that the sponsor is a U.S. citizen or a green card holder.
Proving that the applicant’s circumstances (age and marital status) fit a green card category.
Proving that the family relationship was established in a way that meets U.S. immigration agencies criteria.
Most applicants and sponsors are not familiar with the logic, language, and labels used by U.S. immigration agencies. The I-130 form itself is 12 pages long and contains more than 400 items.
We developed the smartForm technology to overcome few challenges:
- We only ask and we fully explain in plain English the questions that apply to the applicant and sponsor situations
- We run your answers against complex U.S. government rules and help you detect issues before the immigration agencies do
- We automatically offer explanations, suggestions, and options