Legal Advice for Permanent Residence — 105 results
Written by attorney Victoria Donoghue, about 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
Determine Whether You Fit Into The First Employment-Based Preference (EB1) This preference group is for outstanding researchers and professors, and aliens of extraordinary ability in the... more
Written by attorney Karol Brown, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This legal guide shows you how to apply for a "green card" based on marriage to a US citizen.
Written by attorney Rebecca Black, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Preparing to file the Labor Certificate You will want a lawyer who is experienced in Labor Certification, as this process is complex w/special language.
First, find a company that is... more
Written by attorney Kevin Dixler, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
An Aggravated Felony for Immigration Purposes If you do the crime, and you end up with time, then it is easier to be denied all relief. This reason is usually the really messy one, but... more
Written by attorney Karen-Lee Pollak, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide explains the process of becoming a US Citizen if you are a permanent resident who has no special circumstances.
Written by attorney Linda Yin Liang, almost 2 years ago.
Permanent Residence can be revoked before naturalization. You may lose your permanent residence if you violate certain laws. You may also lose your permanent residence if you are... more
Written by attorney Howard M Lewis, almost 2 years ago.
A person who immigrates to the U.S. based on a marriage which is less than two years old at the time of his admission will receive conditional permanent residence. The conditional permanent... more
Written by attorney Scott Helsper, over 2 years ago.
Permanent Residents of the United States in most cases may travel outside the United States and return without a Reentry Permit by using their Green Cards as their travel document. If... more
Written by attorney Buihe Okenu, about 4 years ago.
Tips Avoid committing any crimes whatsoever.
If you are charged with committing a crime, speak to an immigration attorney in addition to a criminal defense attorney.
Before you... more
Written by attorney Thomas Goldman, almost 3 years ago.
Foreign nationals who were married less than two years at the time they were granted permanent residence status (i.e., a green card) obtain what is known as conditional permanent resident... more