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PERMANENT RESIDENCY (GREEN CARD) INFORMATION
A permanent resident (green card holder) is someone who is allowed to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. Certain aliens in the U.S. on valid visas can meet statutory immigration requirements to become lawful permanent residents by adjusting their non-immigrant status. The most common ways to obtain permanent residency in the U.S include: petition from an employer, marriage to a U.S citizen, or family sponsorship by a spouse, sibling or parent who is a U.S citizen or permanent resident. This process can take up to two years, so applicants are reminded that during this process, work and travel may be restricted or otherwise refused.

Learn More About Permanent Residency:

Eligibility For Permanent Resident Status
Caps On Petitions For Permanent Residency
Family-Based Petition For Permanent Residency
Application Process
Filing The Initial Petition
Petition Approval When Alien Is Living Abroad
The Interview
Preparing To Enter The U.S.
Petition Approval When Alien Is Living In The U.S.
Denial Of The Petition
Adjustment Of Status From An Immigrant Visa (Family-Sponsored/Employer-Sponsored)
Adjustment Of Status For A Non-Immigrant
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