My best friend is from Romania, but she moved to Spain about 11 years ago. Now, she has a Spain Passport.
I read online that is much easier for a Spanish citizen to move to the United States. She wants to move here and get a Green Card. What is the easiest way? What should she do?
About how much would it cost?
Thank you so much for your help, it is very much appreciated!!
She needs to review the USCIS web site and read the section on obtaining a green card through employment and obtaining a green card through family. After she has done the review, she should contact an experienced immigration attorney who can examine her immigration, employment, and education history and provide a legal opinion as to what immigration benefits she may qualify for under current law. Good luck.
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She is welcome to read uscis.gov website for the ways to gain residency in America.
She may also wish to contact an immigration lawyer for a discussion if she still has concerns.
In order to obtain permanent residency, she would have to be sponsored by an employer or eligible family member as detailed on the uscis web site. A U.S. immigration attorney would be best to go over these options with her.
Immigrating to the United States is either family or employment based. The exception is the visa lottery. Talking to an experienced immigration attorney will provide you with a possible road map. Good luck.
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There are many ways to migrate to the United States. Which one will be best for your friend will depend upon the specific facts of her case. She should consult with an experienced immigration attorney who can discuss the options available to her and recommend a course of action. Click on the link below for some general information.
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