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USCIS application procedures: Green Card Application

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USCIS application procedures: Green Card Application

Green Card Application

An individual who has a Green Card, or a Permanent Resident Card, is a registered legal resident of the United States. A person who is a permanent resident is allowed to live and work indefinitely in the U.S., unless the Green Card is revoked. There are many ways an individual can qualify for a Green Card. One Popular way to qualify is to first work from some time in the U.S. on a non-immigrant work visa. Another way to qualify is thorough family members who are U.S. citizens. The way to apply for a Green Card varies depending on what the applicant’s qualifying criteria are. Depending on what kind of Green Card an individual is applying for, processing times may differ. It’s a good idea to know how to submit a correct application right away, as it substantially reduce the Green Card processing times.

Green Card Application Guide:
  • Learn about the different categories of Green Cards
  • Who qualifies for a Green Card?
  • What is the best way to apply for a Green Card?
  • How to file an application from abroad
  • What is the Green Card interview?
  • What is a conditional Green Card
  • Traveling with a Green Card
  • How must does it cost to apply for a Green Card?

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