Lawrenceville Immigration Lawyer
Green Cards in Lawrenceville
Being granted a green card bestows upon you the status of legal permanent resident (LPR) and allows you to live and work permanently in the United States. There are several routes by which you may obtain a green card if you meet the qualifications. These include:
- Green card through family relationships. Spouses, minor children, and unmarried children over 21 years of age may have a petition filed on their behalf. In some cases, parents, siblings or fiancés may also be included. The available options vary for relatives of U.S. citizens versus permanent residents.
- Green card through employment. You may have an employer sponsor you for permanent residency in certain circumstances.
- Green card through refugee or Asylee status.
- Other special adjustment programs. There are additional ways in which you may qualify for a green card. These may apply, for example, if you were born to a foreign diplomat in the United States, are an informant, or fit into certain other categories.
Resident Alien Status: Lawrenceville Immigration Attorney
A Lawrenceville immigration lawyer providing service to Gwinnett County can review your personal circumstances and identify any ways in which you may qualify. If there is more than one, an attorney can advise as to which would offer your best chance of approval and what would likely be the smoothest process to pursue. At Law Office of Robert L. Booker, we have a legal team dedicated to helping you achieve your immigration aims. The process involved in becoming a permanent resident will differ depending on the category under which you qualify and whether or not you are currently in the United States. We will help you to understand what is involved and keep you updated on the progress of your case.
Contact a Lawrenceville immigration lawyer if you wish to obtain a green card.