Green Cards for Same Sex Marriages

Same sex marriage has been legal in the U.S. since 2013. As such, any Canadian citizen who is in a same sex relationship with a U.S. citizen can apply for either a marriage-based green card or a K-1 fiancé visa.

Adjustment of status for same-sex and LGBTQ married couples

Canadians in same-sex and LGBTQ marriages to a U.S. citizen may adjust their status if they are currently in the United States on a work, student, or investor visa.

Consular processing for same-sex and LGBTQ married couples

Canadians in same-sex or LGBTQ marriages to a U.S. citizen can also elect to do consular processing through the U.S. consulate if the Canadian spouse is living outside of the U.S.

K-1 visas for same-sex and LGBTQ married couples

Canadians in same-sex or LGBTQ relationships who are not yet married may be sponsored for a K-1 visa by their U.S. citizen partner.

Learn more about Same Sex Marriage Green Cards.