A simplified green card service

A simplified green card service

Talk to an immigration lawyer
We prepare your application
You file
And save thousands

Talk to an immigration lawyer, we prepare your application, you file, and save thousands

We're a service founded by a group of attorneys and immigrants

Not only do we have over a decade of experience under our belt, we also know exactly what it's like to go through the green card process.

How it works

We find out if you're eligible

Answer a few questions and if you're eligible for the Simvisa process, start your journey with a complimentary video meeting about your application.

1. We find out if you're eligible

Answer a few questions and if you're eligible for the Simvisa process, start your journey with a complimentary video meeting about your application.

We prepare your forms

U.S. immigration requires quite a lot of detailed information. We've made the process easy by asking you some simple questions and for your personal documents. Then we prepare your application according to USCIS standards.

Learn about USCIS standards

2. We prepare your forms

U.S. immigration requires quite a lot of detailed information. We've made the process easy by asking you some simple questions and for your personal documents. Then we prepare your application according to USCIS standards.

Learn about USCIS standards

Meet with an attorney for an hour

You will meet with an independent licensed attorney to go through your prepared packet and answer any questions that you may have.

3. Meet with an attorney for an hour

You will meet with an independent licensed attorney to go through your prepared packet and answer any questions that you may have.

An attorney reviews your application

An independent licensed attorney reviews your application and makes sure it is ready for filing.

4. An attorney reviews your application

An independent licensed attorney reviews your application and makes sure it is ready for filing.

We ship you your application packet

We ship your packet to you with a prepaid envelope and step-by-step instructions on how to file with immigration.

5. We ship you your application packet

We ship your packet to you with a prepaid envelope and step-by-step instructions on how to file with immigration.

You send your application to USCIS

You follow our step-by-step instructions and send your application to USCIS.

Once I file, what happens next?

6. You send your application to USCIS

You follow our step-by-step instructions and send your application to USCIS.

Once I file, what happens next?

Meet your personalized immigration coach

Live One-on-one Meetings

No Filling Out Immigration Forms

Attorney-Reviewed Application

Step-by-step Guidance

No more spending thousands on an attorney

Get Started For Only $825

Before we get started,

JUST A FEW QUESTIONS

This will help us find out if you qualify to apply for a marriage-based green card.

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Once Simvisa’s work is complete and we send you your prepared application package, you will represent yourself in your green card application journey. A typical application process that gets approved will look like this

  • About 3 weeks after filing: USCIS sends you receipt notices 

  • About 5 weeks after filing: USCIS send you notice for biometrics appointment (photo and fingerprints)

  • You go to the biometrics appointment

  • About 9 months after filing: USCIS sends you your Employment Authorization Document and Advanced Parole (Travel Authorization)

  • About 8 to16 months after filing: USCIS sends you a notice for your interview

  • About 9 to 16 months after filing: You attend your interview

  • About 10 to 18 months after filing: You receive your green card

Please be aware, wait periods change all the time and vary by location. Sometimes the USCIS wants more information before it decides (these are called RFEs, “Requests for Evidence”). If at any point you decide you would want an attorney to represent you along the way, you can ask us.