If you are interested in moving permanently to the U.S., read the information we have provided below to learn more about how you can get a Green Card. Then, fill out our immigration assessment form and we’ll get back to you to discuss your eligibility and options.
What is a Green Card
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.
How to Become a U.S. Permanent Resident
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:
Seeking refuge is also a way someone may be able to receive permanent residence in the United States. You may be eligible for a green card if the government granted you asylum due to life threatening circumstances in your home country. Individuals granted asylum can apply for a green card after one year of residence in the U.S.
Long-time resident non-citizens may escape deportation proceedings and apply for a green card if they can prove their removal from the country would cause severe hardship to another U.S. citizen or permanent resident