Obtaining the US permanent residence in a great achievement. A US resident is a person that has been granted permission to live and work in the United States indefinitely.
As proof of that status, the U.S. government grants a resident card, commonly called “green card” to the recipient. There are several ways to get a U.S. residency.
Most people are sponsored or requested by a family member or by a request from an employer.
There are also many immigration programs in the US: like political refuge, asylum, humanitarian plans and others, that can grant any person a permanent residency.
If you have questions or want to consult an immigration adviser about the possibility of acquiring a permanent residency card in the United States, please call our office. You will receive the best available information on your actual legal status.