A green card can have many benefits and advantages for immigrants and their families. They give you the right to take up permanent residence in the United States and gain employment while living here. Plus, once you’ve had your green card for at least five years, you may begin the process to become a naturalized U.S. citizen, as long as you meet the eligibility requirements. Unfortunately, some immigrants find it difficult to get their green card in the first place; this is when a green card attorney can help.

The Green Card Process

An attorney can help you and your family through the entire process. First, they’ll determine your green card eligibility. If you have a spouse, parent, child or sibling who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident of the country, you may be able to apply for a family-based green card. If you have extraordinary talents or knowledge in your area of work, hold a college degree, are starting a new business, or invest financially in the U.S., you may be able to seek an employment-based green card instead. Your green card attorney can help determine the best route to residency for you.

Your attorney will assist you in filing all paperwork, gathering the proper documentation and ensuring you’re in accordance with all recent immigration laws and regulations. They’ll also make certain you meet all deadlines so there are no undue delays in moving you and your family to the U.S.

Getting Help with your Green Card

For a qualified green card attorney near you, contact the Davis Law Firm today at 800-770-0127 or 210-444-4444. Our team will work diligently to get you and your family green card status so you can seek employment and residency in the U.S. as soon as possible. Call us today to get started, or contact us here!

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