Are you trying to save money by filling out your own form I-130? I review thousands of immigration form I-130 applications, and almost every one of them has a problem that will cause it to be rejected or delayed. Avoiding these common mistakes is easy if you know what they are:
Top 3 problems on form I-130:
1. Not listing spouse and children.
2. Not listing if you will be adjusting in the US or at a consular post in your country.
3. On spousal petitions, not including the form G-325A with the form.
There are other problems of course, and it’s a good idea to have an expert review your I-130 before you submit it.
(For a very low consultation fee, we can review your form I-130 for you.)
Check back often — we will be updating this list with more helpful tips shortly!