Minnesota Applying for a Green Card Attorney

When looking to apply for a green card, there are several ways to go about it:

The first option, is to have a close relative who is currently a citizen or permanent resident of the United States to petition for your residency. Factors such as, the closeness of your relationship to the relative who is petitioning on your behalf, your marital status, and the country that you were born in will impact the wait time for your petition to be completely processed.

The second option, is to have a United States employer petition on your behalf. This one can be tricky as in order for this to work, the employer has to be able to prove that they cannot find a worker who is already a resident of the United States who is fully qualified and experienced to fill a specific job.

The third option, is to apply to be in the annual immigrant visa lottery. This option is definitely a long shot, however if chosen it does eliminate the wait time that other options require.

The fourth, and final option to obtain lawful residency in the United States is primarily for professionals, to apply for their green card as an investor. This means that the applicant must be either an outstanding researcher, professor, religious worker, hold an advanced –degree, or work as a multinational manager or executive. We welcome your call today at 952-361-5556 (or fill out the free case evaluation form below) to help you through the legal issues of your application for a green card.

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