Green card application
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Green card eligibility
If you want to apply for a green card, you may be eligible through the following categories.
1. The first is through family, an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen (spouse, parent), for instance, may make you eligible to apply. You also may be eligible to apply if you are an unmarried son or daughter of a U.S. citizen or if a family member is a lawful permanent resident. There are various exceptions and rules, though. Contact Liberty Law to discuss your case today.
2. The second category is through employment. If you are an immigrant worker, meaning you are an “outstanding professor” or a multinational manager who meets specific criteria, you may be eligible. Alternatively, if you are “second preference immigrant worker,” e.g., have an “exceptional ability” in the sciences or business, you may also be eligible for a green card.
3. You may be eligible for a green card if you are a special immigrant. You may qualify for special immigrant status if you are a religious worker or a special immigrant juvenile, meaning abused, neglected, or abandoned by your parents and have SIJS status. If you are an international broadcaster or an employee of an international organization, you also may apply.
4. You might be eligible to apply for a green card if you were admitted as a refugee or granted asylum at least one year ago.
5. If you are a victim of human trafficking or a crime victim and have a T nonimmigrant or U nonimmigrant visa, you may be eligible.
6. Victims of abuse may be eligible depending on the circumstances pertaining to your case (e.g., an abused spouse of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident may be able to apply).
7. You may be eligible through registry, meaning you have resided in the U.S. continuously since January 1, 1972.
8. Other categories may make you eligible to apply, including, among others, if you were selected for a diversity visa, if you are an abused spouse or a child of a Cuban native, if you are an American Indian born in Canada, if you are a Liberian National and have maintained physical presence in the U.S. since November 2014; these and other special circumstances may determine whether you are eligible to apply.
If you need an immigration attorney in Salt Lake City, American Fork, or Clearfield , Utah, you can contact Liberty Law at 801-709-6309. Trust Liberty Law to help you with your green card application with care and diligence. We are immediately available to answer any questions and help you with your green card eligibility. Please feel free to call us today for your free consultation.
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