2. If your prior applications have been denied.
3. If you have attempted the process on your own and simply cannot figure out what to do next.
4. If you have been deported or otherwise forced to leave the United States.
5. If you have a communicable disease.
6. If you have filed your immigration forms and have been waiting an unreasonably long time for a response.
7. If you divorced your first U.S. spouse before the condition was removed from your permanent residence and you are now seeking to adjust status based on a marriage to another U.S. citizen.
8. If your marriage to a U.S. citizen failed before you were able to file your petition to have the condition removed on your residency, and you will have to file alone.
9. If you are immigrating with your family and you have a child that could reach age twenty-one before your permanent residence status is granted.
10. If you are obtaining a visa or green card based on an employment offer, but your prospective employer has not offered to handle the immigration process.