How long does the adjustment of status takes in Phoenix?

My clients met online and at the end of the foreign national US visit, they decided they don’t want to be separated any longer and got married.  We filed the petition with the USCIS and an adjustment application last July and the adjustment interview was scheduled for March.   In this case, it took7 months to have the adjustment application approved.  

The USCIS average processing time of the adjustment applications in Phoenix is now 9.5 – 29.5 and it’s been updated regularly.

Please note that this article does not constitute a legal advice.  We simplified the law to outline one marriage green card processing time.  If you would like us to obtain a marriage green card, call our experienced marriage green card attorney at 480-425-2009 or schedule your consultation online


Self-petition of abused spouse of US citizen (VAWA) approved

This case originally started as a regular marriage green card case.  US citizen husband filed for his foreign spouse and their child was born.  Soon after the birth, the US citizen started to abuse his wife verbally and physically.  She tried everything, but at the end had no choice but to leave the household.   We documented the abuse, filed a self-petition for her and have her petition approved.   She can now safely raise her child without worries about her abusive ex-husband. 

Please note that this article does not constitute a legal advice.  We simplified the law to outline one case of an abused wife of a US citizen who we helped to get her green card.  If you are subject to a physical or psychological abuse by your US spouse and need help with your green card process pursuant to the Violence Against Women Act (“VAWA”), call our experienced marriage green card attorney at 480-425-2009 or schedule your consultation online


Top Phoenix Immigration and Bankruptcy Law Firm Celebrates Ten Years in Business

Representing clients from over sixty countries, Juras Law Firm reaches ten year milestone in Arizona.

Irena Juras, founder of Juras Law Firm, PLC, has recently celebrated ten years in business. In 1994, Juras Law Firm was founded in Scottsdale, Arizona centering the practice on immigration and bankruptcy law and more recently moved its main location to the Biltmore area in Phoenix.

Representing clients from Arizona, U.S. and over 60 countries including Czech Republic, Mexico and Canada, the firm’s practice is focused on individual investors seeking E-2 investor visas and EB-5 investor green cards, companies needing visas and green cards for their workers and companies seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.

“As an immigrant, I have unique insight into the complex U.S. immigration process from the immigrants’ perspective and understand first-hand the issues faced,” said Irena Juras, founding member of Juras Law Firm. “My 15 years of experience practicing bankruptcy law has allowed me to thoroughly understand how to properly represent debtors, creditors, trustees and other parties in bankruptcy proceedings both domestic and international.”

Irena Juras also serves as a legal expert in many industry sectors including real estate, investment, transportation, healthcare, service and retail industries and is also of counsel to Munger Chadwick PLC. With cross-cultural background and experience in both civil and common law, the firm has represented foreign clients in cross-border transactions, immigration matters and international bankruptcies.
About Juras Law Firm

Named a Top Immigration Lawyer by North Valley Magazine and Avvo, Irena Juras  is a highly respected attorney throughout the U.S. and overseas. As head of Juras Law Firm, an Immigration and Bankruptcy Law Firm in Phoenix, AZ, Irena is an immigrant herself from the Czech Republic, studying and practicing law in the Czech Republic before moving to the United States and is currently licensed to practice law in both Arizona and New York. The firm has represented clients from over 60 countries and 6 continents in international transactions, immigration matters and international bankruptcies. Irena has 16 years combined experience in immigration law and representing debtors, creditors and trustees in bankruptcy proceedings.


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