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Permanent Residence (green cards)

An EB-5 visa is an option for high net worth immigrant investors looking to obtain a U.S. green card, or permanent resident status, for …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq on August, 22, 2012
An immigrant visa grants the privilege of living and working permanently in the United States. A nonimmigrant visa is issued to persons …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
The priority date, in the case of a relative immigrant visa petition, is the date the petition was filed. In the case of an …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
If you are a lawful permanent resident (or conditional permanent resident) and will be outside of the U.S. for more than a year, you …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
President Barack Obama effectively passed the Dream Act a few days ago without Congressional approval, announcing that the …[Read More]
By on June, 20, 2012
To become a legal permanent resident (or green card holder), you must first be admitted as an immigrant. The most common methods for …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
Make a copy of your Naturalization Certificate. Send the copy - NOT the original - to the National Visa Center, 32 Rochester Avenue, …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
No. After the marriage takes place, your U.S. citizen spouse must contact U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services to change your …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
The EB-5 Visa category requires an investment of $500,000 to $1,000,000 in a new commercial enterprise that will benefit the United …[Read More]
By Michael H. Markovitch, Esq. on May, 01, 2012
Basic requirements include: a passport, passport photographs, birth and police certificates, marriage, divorce, or death certificates, …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009
If you are inside the U.S., file Form I-90. Detailed instructions are on the …[Read More]
By on November, 12, 2009