Legal Advice for “Permanent Residence” — 111 results
Written by attorney Carl Shusterman, about 4 years ago.
How do I renew my Permanent Resident Card?
File a Form I-90 with USCIS to renew your Permanent Resident Card. Form I-90 is available on our web site at www.uscis.gov. If you file Form I-90... more
Written by attorney Irwin Avelino, over 4 years ago.
Step 1: Labor Certification A “labor certification” is a certification by the U.S. Department of Labor that a shortage of qualified U.S. workers exists to fill a job and that the foreign... more
Written by attorney Morrie Nourian, 3 months ago.
Any undocumented individual living in the United States who is the parent of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident and who have lived in the United States continuously since January 1,... more
Written by attorney Maria Cueva, 4 months ago.
Having deferred action status and traveling on advance parole can open the door to a process called “adjustment of status”, which provides permanent residency, or a “green card”. How to... more
Written by attorney Leonard D'Arrigo, over 4 years ago.
PERMANENT RESIDENCY THROUGH THE PERM LABOR CERTIFICATION PROGRAM
There are 3 steps to obtaining a Green Card through Employer Sponsorship:
1) Labor Certification through the PERM... more
Written by attorney Aleksandra Gontaryuk, 5 months ago.
Soon people will be able to apply for Deferred Action because of the President's new Executive Action. This handy guide will tell you what documents you should prepare in anticipation of... more
Written by attorney Gevorg Gregory Alexanyan, 9 months ago.
This guide will provide a succinct overview of the most common avenues to obtaining permanent residence in the U.S. It will give a bird's eye view of the general types of benefits aimed at... more
Written by attorney Rehan Alimohammad, over 4 years ago.
Green cards offer lawful permanent resident status, but this status can be lost under certain circumstances. Learn how this can happen, and how to avoid it.
Written by attorney Joseph Cella, about 1 year ago.
Relief From Removal for Certain LPR's who (1) have been lawfully admitted for permanent residence for not less than five years; (2) have resided in the United States continuously for seven... more
Written by attorney Ryan Reppucci, over 4 years ago.
After a non-immigrant alien enters into marriage with a Limited Permanent Resident or United States citizen, they may be granted entry into the United States as a conditional permanent... more