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  • EB-1(A) Green Card Application and Requirements
    EB-1(A) Green Card Application and Requirements

    Read more about the EB-1(A) Green Card Application and Requirements on this new page on our website.

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  • Aspiring Immigrants Face New Green Card Hurdles
    Aspiring Immigrants Face New Green Card Hurdles

    Since his inauguration, President Trump has been implementing increasingly controversial and detrimental changes to the legal immigration process. At the end of 2017, the Trump Administration and the ...

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  • Can a Permanent Resident Get a Driver's License or Permit Without the Actual Green Card?
    Can a Permanent Resident Get a Driver's License or Permit Without the Actual Green Card?

    In general, to get a U.S. driver’s license you must show proof that you are legally permitted to live or work in the U.S. If you are a green card holder, then you can apply for a replacement green ...

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  • How Long Will It Take to Get a Green Card Through Marriage?
    How Long Will It Take to Get a Green Card Through Marriage?

    If you are in the U.S. and married to a U.S. citizen, the process to obtain permanent residence takes on average six to twelve months. The application requires submitting a comprehensive package to ...

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  • Love and Immigration in the USA
    Love and Immigration in the USA

    Fiancé(e) & Marriage Green Card Questions U.S. immigration is getting more and more complicated by the day. Thankfully, though, the immigration process for family members is still relatively straight ...

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  • If I'm a Green Card Holder, Can I Sponsor My Spouse for a Green Card?
    If I'm a Green Card Holder, Can I Sponsor My Spouse for a Green Card?

    Yes, as a legal permanent resident (“green card” holder), you can sponsor your spouse, children, and unmarried sons and daughters (age 21 and over) for a green card under the family-based 2nd ...

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