The Permanent Resident (green card) Card holder allows an individual to live and work in the U.S. indefinitely as long as an action is not taken that would indicate an abandoning of the permanent status of any action that would subject one to deportation. Permanent Resident status may be primarily obtained for individuals through certain types of employment or the family. Whether one pursues permanent resident status through employment or family, it is a time consuming and can be a complicated process. A knowledgeable immigration attorney will provide the guidance and legal expertise needed to guide you through the numerous applications, supporting documentation and long processing time in order to fulfill your goals and dreams of living and working in the U.S.
In addition to employment or family applications, Permanent Resident cards may be also obtained by means of asylum and refugees; T visas; U Visas; abuse victims visas, diversity lottery visas in the following regions: Africa, Asia, Oceania, Algeria, Lebanon, and Slovakia. Other visas for immigrants in the media profession, religious workers, Cuban citizens, Native-Americans born in Canada, Afghanistan and Iraq citizens who have served the U.S. government under certain capacities, and other types of workers who have served in international organizations.
Mr. Moore has over 15 years of expertise in this field and has helped numerous individuals and families with their immigration status. Get the process started today by calling the Law Firm of Brian W. Moore at 334-293-0598 or by completing our Contact Us form to set up appointment.