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February 10, 2020
Can I work in the U.S. while waiting for my green card?

Anyone who already has a valid work visa (for example, an H-1B or L-1 visa) can usually continue working in the United States even while applying for a U.S. green card. Otherwise, green card applicants aren’t allowed to start working in the United States until they obtain a work permit by filing Form I-765. Learn […]

February 10, 2020
Why would a green card application be denied?

A green card application may be denied by the U.S. government for several reasons, including but not limited to mistakes on the required forms, missing documents, insufficient financial resources, or failure to demonstrate eligibility. More details about possible reasons for green card denial can be found here.

February 10, 2020
What is conditional permanent residence?

A conditional green card is valid for only 2 years, and the designation “CR1” on the physical card stands for “conditional resident.” A conditional green card holder must file Form I-751 to “remove the conditions” and obtain a permanent green card. In most cases, a conditional green card is issued to a spouse who has […]

January 24, 2020
What is a lawful permanent resident?

Законный постоянный житель, также известный как «обладатель грин-карты», – это иностранный гражданин, которому разрешено жить и работать в любой точке Соединенных Штатов, спонсировать определенных родственников для получения собственных грин-карт и в конечном итоге подать заявление на получение гражданства США.

January 24, 2020
What is USCIS?

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is part of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS), is the government agency that oversees legal immigration to the United States. USCIS is primarily responsible for approving green cards, naturalization, work permits, travel permits, and other “immigration benefits.”

January 24, 2020
How long do I have to wait to file for US Citizenship?

That depends on how you received your green card. If you received your Lawful Permanent Resident status through marriage and are still married to the petitioner, you can file for citizenship after 3 years from the date you became a lawful permanent resident. Most other people in other lawful permanent resident categories wait for 5 […]

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