Green Cards

A green card is a type of permanent visa. It can form the legal basis for remaining in the United States to live and to work without restrictions. A green card can be the first step toward full citizenship.

Get Your Green Card In 3 Simple Steps

Our experienced immigration attorneys are prepared to help you successfully apply and receive a green card. Below we have outlined our three easy steps to get started.

01

Complete our online questionnaire

Answer a few questions about yourself, your family, and your employment to determine eligibility.

02

An attorney will review your case by telephone

We will review your responses to the questionnaire together and help determine the best path for you.

03

We prepare & file your case with the court

Let us prepare your application documents and ease the stress of dealing with the courts.

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  • Family connections support green card applications

    Close family relationships, like marriage to a citizen or green card holder, help in obtaining legal permanent resident (LPR) status.

  • Permanent employment in the United States

    An offer of permanent employment can supplant your green card application. Without family connections, having gainful employment can be a workable path to LPR status.

  • Other factors can affect your application

    If you win the diversity visa lottery, prove a case for asylum, or are within a category of a handful of other factors, you might have a more successful green card application.

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FAQ

How long do I need to live in the United States to qualify to get a green card?

The length of time you need to live in the United States will depend on your family relationships. If you are married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 584 days, or about a year and a half. If you are not married to an American citizen, you must live in the country for 913 days or about two and a half years to be a candidate.

How long does it usually take to get a green card?

According to the US Immigration Services, an application to be a permanent resident can take from 7 months to 2.8 years, this depends on several factors.

Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?

If you already have a work visa, you can continue working, during the Green Card application process. Our attorneys can answer any questions you may have about the jobs allowed.

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