Please Note: The Law Office of Jae Lee is open and functioning , as we are prepared to work virtually. We are here to serve you, and are offering Virtual Meetings, Virtual Consults, Phone Consults.

My office can process your case without having to meet in person. I will do my best to make the process as simple as possible. I will be in constant communication via text, phone, or email to answer any questions you may have as you go through each step of the process.

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Communicate with your attorney every step of the way.

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Complete an online quesionaire

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Upload requested documentation into my Client Portal.

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Forms will be mailed to you for signature with a prepaid return envelope.

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Attorney will review your case and mail to USCIS if everything is complete.

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As an immigrant myself, I know firsthand the joy of coming to live in America. Let me help you pursue your dreams.

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How do I renew my green card?

Being legally in the United States and in Texas gives you many perks. You are able to find employment, attend school and take advantage of other benefits. If you have a green card, it is not a lifelong pass to stay in this country. Depending on the type of card, you...

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How to seek a fiancé(e) visa

If you are a U.S. citizen who is planning to marry a person who does not have citizenship, you can seek a fiancé(e) visa. Also known as a K-1 visa, this type of spousal citizenship is available for both same-sex and opposite-sex couples. If approved, your fiancé(e)...

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