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The Difference Between Adjustment of Status and Immigrant Visa

The Difference Between Adjustment of Status and Immigrant Visa Both Adjustment of Status and an Immigrant Visa are paths to a Green Card, however, one process will be better suited to certain people than the other. There are two primary paths for obtaining a green card in the United States. One path is through adjustment of status and the other is by obtaining an immigrant visa though the process of consular processing. Adjustment of Status could be the option …

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Applying for a Green Card for Your Mother

Applying for a Green Card for Your Mother If you are a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years of age, you can petition for your mother to live in the United States as a green card holder. To petition for your mother to live in the U.S. as a green card holder, you must be 21-years of age or older and a United States citizen. Green card holders (lawful permanent residents) are not allowed to petition for their parents to …

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Jan Green Card for Parents

Green Card for Parents You can petition for green cards for your parents if you are a U.S. citizen who is at least 21-years old. Lawful permanent residents are not allowed to sponsor parents for green cards As a U.S. citizen who is a minimum of 21-years of age, you are able to petition for green cards for both of your parents (mother and father). You cannot, however, petition for your parents to live in the U.S. permanently …

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How Long Can a Green Card Holder Stay Outside the U.S.

How Long Can a Green Card Holder Stay Outside the U.S. Green card holders can leave the United States and re-enter multiple times if they don’t plan to stay overseas for 1 year or longer As a lawful permanent resident (LPR or green card holder), you are allowed to leave the United States and re-enter multiple times if you plan on returning to the United States in less than 1 year. If, however, you plan on or need to stay away …

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How Soon Can I Apply for U.S. Citizenship After Green Card

How Soon Can I Apply for U.S. Citizenship After Green Card Once you have your green card, you typically must live in the U.S. for a minimum of 5 years before applying for citizenship. U.S. Citizenship Requirements for Green Card Holders There are many paths to United States citizenship. The one most frequently used allows a green card holder to apply for naturalization (citizenship) after 5 years of permanent residence. In most cases, if you are a United States lawful permanent …

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Visa, Green Card, Permanent Resident: What’s the Difference?

Visa, Green Card, Permanent Resident: What’s the Difference? The terms “green card” and “visa” can each have multiple meanings. Sometimes, their meanings are very different, but other times may overlap. Do I Need a Visa or a Green Card? While both U.S. visas and green cards permit you to stay for extended periods of time to visit, live, and possibly work in the United States -either temporarily, conditionally, or permanently- they have very different purposes and it is important to understand the …

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The Difference Between Adjustment of Status and Immigrant Visa

The Difference Between Adjustment of Status and Immigrant Visa Both Adjustment of Status and an Immigrant Visa are paths to a Green Card, however, one process will be better suited to certain people than the other. There are two primary paths for obtaining a green card in the United States. One path is through adjustment of status and the other is by obtaining an immigrant visa though the process of consular processing. Adjustment of Status could be the option …

read more

Applying for a Green Card for Your Mother

Applying for a Green Card for Your Mother If you are a U.S. citizen and at least 21 years of age, you can petition for your mother to live in the United States as a green card holder. To petition for your mother to live in the U.S. as a green card holder, you must be 21-years of age or older and a United States citizen. Green card holders (lawful permanent residents) are not allowed to petition for their parents to …

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Jan Green Card for Parents

Green Card for Parents You can petition for green cards for your parents if you are a U.S. citizen who is at least 21-years old. Lawful permanent residents are not allowed to sponsor parents for green cards As a U.S. citizen who is a minimum of 21-years of age, you are able to petition for green cards for both of your parents (mother and father). You cannot, however, petition for your parents to live in the U.S. permanently …

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How Long Can a Green Card Holder Stay Outside the U.S.

How Long Can a Green Card Holder Stay Outside the U.S. Green card holders can leave the United States and re-enter multiple times if they don’t plan to stay overseas for 1 year or longer As a lawful permanent resident (LPR or green card holder), you are allowed to leave the United States and re-enter multiple times if you plan on returning to the United States in less than 1 year. If, however, you plan on or need to stay away …

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How Soon Can I Apply for U.S. Citizenship After Green Card

How Soon Can I Apply for U.S. Citizenship After Green Card Once you have your green card, you typically must live in the U.S. for a minimum of 5 years before applying for citizenship. U.S. Citizenship Requirements for Green Card Holders There are many paths to United States citizenship. The one most frequently used allows a green card holder to apply for naturalization (citizenship) after 5 years of permanent residence. In most cases, if you are a United States lawful permanent …

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Visa, Green Card, Permanent Resident: What’s the Difference?

Visa, Green Card, Permanent Resident: What’s the Difference? The terms “green card” and “visa” can each have multiple meanings. Sometimes, their meanings are very different, but other times may overlap. Do I Need a Visa or a Green Card? While both U.S. visas and green cards permit you to stay for extended periods of time to visit, live, and possibly work in the United States -either temporarily, conditionally, or permanently- they have very different purposes and it is important to understand the …

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