Obtaining a “green card”— indicating lawful permanent residency in the U.S.--is the primary goal of
our clients who are planning to enter this country.
If that is your goal, too, please contact (attorney firm name)
today to arrange a free consultation and to learn how we can help you.
Having lawful permanent residency enables
you to live and work in the U.S indefinitely. But because obtaining permanent residency has become more complicated since
9-11, applicants regularly need help navigating the process.
We can assist you in obtaining permanent residence
through the categories (listed below) within two main types of permanent visas:
1. Employment-based immigrant
- Immigrants with extraordinary ability in business, arts or sciences
- Managers and Executives
of multi-national businesses
- Outstanding professors or researchers
- Immigrants with advanced degrees and performing
work in the national interest
- Immigrants with job offers and a Bachelor degree or higher, or work experience
workers and ministers whose services are required by their non-profit religious organization
- Immigrant investors
with substantial funds invested in the U.S.
Some employment-based applications require
you to go through a process called Program Review Electronic Management (PERM). This is a procedure by which the U.S. Department
of Labor certifies there is a lack of qualified U.S. workers in your job category. Once the labor shortage is certified you
can apply at the CIS level for your immigrant visa. We can help you navigate this procedure as well.2.
Family-based immigrant visas
Diversity Lottery Visa
- You are an immediate relative of U.S. citizens, such as parent, child or
- You are the adult child, married or unmarried, of a U.S. citizen
- You are the spouse or unmarried child
of a lawful permanent resident
- You are the brother of sister of a U.S. citizen
- You are being adopted by a
Each year, the Diversity Lottery Program makes 55,000
new immigrant visas available for individuals from underrepresented nations. Administered by the U.S. State Department, the
Diversity Lottery Program requires that you have either a high school education, its equivalent, or two years work experience
within the last five years in a job which demands two years training. You or your spouse must be a native of a nation eligible
for the Diversity Lottery Program.
Find out more about this program, as well as other means of obtaining legal
permanent residency in the U.S., by contacting us
today to arrange a free consultation.