US Permanent Residence Applications

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Hello, my name is Michelle. Welcome to VisaPlace where immigration starts here. Immigration to the U.S. can be a complicated process, but does not have to be a stressful one. There are many different ways to apply for U.S. permanent residence or a green card, such as through family-based petitions, employment, and investment.

Understanding the US Permanent Residence Applications Process

Whether you’re being sponsored by a U.S. relative, a prospective employer in the U.S., or wish to invest in a business, you have to strictly follow the proper procedures in order to be approved for a green card. There are specific forms you have to complete such as the I-140, and others which ask for very detailed information about you and your plans for U.S. immigration.

Properly Preparing US Permanent Residence Applications

Also, in order to properly prepare for your application, you and your sponsor have to assemble a great deal of documentation in support of your application. Finally, once your green card application package is prepared, you then have to submit it to the correct U.S. service center or visa office for processing. And in some cases you may have a personal interview for which you’d better be prepared.

We Can Help With Your US Permanent Residence Application

The lawyers at VisaPlace have been specifically trained and licensed to handle all U.S. green card applications from family petitions, employment-based visas, and investor applications. Let our lawyers assess your case, and recommend a proper course of action, so you can move to the U.S. with as little hassle as possible. Give us a call, or fill out our free online assessment to get started, and you’ll be contacted within 24 hours or one business day. We look forward to helping you on your way to the U.S.

Michael Niren

About Michael Niren

Michael is a graduate of Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto. He is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the Canadian Bar Association’s Citizenship and Immigration Section and the Associate Member of the American Bar Association. Read more

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