HOW CAN AN IMMIGRANT OBTAIN A GREEN CARD?
SEEK HELP FROM THE FISHER LEGAL GROUP
When an individual residing in another country outside of the United States desires to become a permanent resident, it is legally required that they obtain a Green Card. This process can be incredibly complex and confusing, and may require the help of an experienced and knowledgeable Washington D.C. immigration attorney. The number one reason that obtaining a Green Card is important, is that it provides you with benefits, including living and working here legally.
Call our legal team today at (202) 350-2571 to learn more about Green Cards and how we can help you obtain one.
Here at The Fisher Legal Group, we have represented thousands of cases for individuals and families throughout the area to obtain a Green Card. Once you have obtained your Green Card, you will be able to live in the U.S. for two years. After this period is up, so long as you are in good standing, you will be able to apply for a permanent residency visa.
In order to be considered eligible for a Green Card, applicants must:
- Be admissible into the country
- Have an immigrant visa
- Have filed an immigrant petition and have it approved
- Qualify for one of the established immigrant categories
HOW OUR WASHINGTON D.C. IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS CAN HELP YOU
As a non-citizen interested in applying for a Green Card, you have probably done your research. Our firm may have information that you have not considered or had access to, and we are happy to provide you with the knowledge that can assist in your case. Our experienced and knowledgeable Washington D.C. immigration lawyers are known for our supportive and encouraging counsel, and have an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell®. With years of experience under our belts, we are more than qualified to offer you our legal insight to help you understand the fine details of your case.
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