Family-based Green Card

15 Ways to Get a Green Card

15 Ways to Get a Green Card

There are many different ways to become a U.S. lawful permanent resident (green card holder). If you are looking for a permanent path to live in the United States, there are 15 options you can consider to get a green card.

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How to Get a Marriage or Family-Based Green Card

How to Get a Marriage or Family-Based Green Card

Do you have a sibling that can potentially sponsor you for a green card? Are you married to a U.S. citizen or green card holder? Do you have a parent or a child that could potentially sponsor your green card? If your answer was yes to any of the above, or if you are not sure if…

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Family-Based Green Card Process

Family-Based Green Card Process

Family-based green cards are a way for US permanent residents and US citizens to bring their family members to the United States. It aids in reuniting families who are separated following the immigration of one family member. Immediate relatives of US citizens (spouses, unmarried…

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15 ways to get your green card

15 Ways to Get Your Green Card to the U.S.

There are many different ways that someone can get their green card to become a permanent resident of the United States (a green card holder). In this article, I will discuss 15 ways to get your green card. If, after reading this article, you have questions feel free to call us at +1-818-741-1117 or you may schedule a free consultation by clicking this link.

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A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

A U.S. Citizen Can Sponsor 4 Types of Relatives for a Green Card

Each year, the United States issues green cards to about 1.1 million people. Those who obtain green cards, considered “lawful permanent residents,” are then eligible to gain U.S. citizenship within three to five years. Interestingly, about half of those who…

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How to go from O1 Visa to Green Card: Step-by-Step Guide

How to go From O1 Visa to Green Card: Step-by-Step Guide

The O1 visa allows highly-skilled individuals a path to live and work in the United States for extended periods of time. However, one of the main issues with the O1 visa is that it does not lead to a green card. The O1 visa is a non-immigrant visa and so it is temporary.

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