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Green card

what is it?

 

  • A green card is the document (I.D.) that proves legal status of the holder.

  • Permanent Resident refers to the person -the actual holder of the green card, meaning that the person who is granted a green card is known as a Legal Permanent Resident.

  • Legal Permanent Resident = LPR.

family petitions

who can apply?

 

Immediate Relatives:

  • U.S. Citizen

  • Spouse

  • Unmarried child under 21

  • Parent (if the U.S. citizen is 21 years of age or older)

Family Preference:

  • (F1) – unmarried sons and daughters, 21 years of age and older, of U.S. citizens

  • (F2A) – spouses and children (unmarried and under 21 years of age) of lawful permanent residents

  • (F2B) – unmarried sons and daughters, 21 years of age and older, of lawful permanent residents

  • (F3) – married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens

  • (F4) – brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens (if the U.S. citizen is 21 years of age and older)

Lawful Permanent Residence

Process

 

  • Adjustment of Status - is the process of obtaining a green card while in the United States and is done through submitting one or more applications through USCIS.

    • Generally, this type of process requires an individual to have

  • Consular Processing  - is the process by which a person departs the United States andreturns to their country of origin.

    • Generally, this type of process requires an individual to attend an interview at a U.S. consulate abroad.

 

**This is not legal advice, but rather a simplistic explanation of different paths to obtaining

legal permanent residency in the United States. There are many more factors that need to be considered before determining a person’s eligibility. No one case is the same.

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