A Green Card is proof that its holder, a lawful permanent resident, has been officially granted immigration benefits, including permission to reside and take employment in the United States.
There are a few different ways for applying for U.S. permanent residence, where you would obtain what is known as a Green Card. The most common way to get a Green Card would be through one of two methods:Family-Based Immigration Employment-Based Immigration
You may be eligible to apply for a U.S. Green Card using a family-based petition for having relatives living in the U.S. as U.S. Citizens or Green Card holders. Certain family members may be eligible to sponsor or petition you for a Green Card.Learn More
You may have a U.S. employer who is willing to petition for you to become a permanent resident of the States. In this case, most applicants are already in the U.S. on a valid U.S. work visa such as an L-1 visa or an H-1B visa.
These Green Card applications are called employment-based petitions and usually involve filling an I-140 application to the Service Centre located in the jurisdiction of the place of employment.Learn More
Attempting to get a Green Card is a crucial process. Any slight mistake could result in a failed attempt. Immigration Lawyers have helped thousands of individuals to successfully get U.S. permanent residence