I am 18 years and next year I want to move to usa but i haven´t finish the high school yet. I thought that maybe i could be an portuguese-english translator since they have green cards for workers? There are some people looking for translators and i am really good at english and portuguese ( my main language ) and if i already have the work when i do the interview for the green will they accept me? If not, is there a green card for students?
No you cannot get a green card that way. Perhaps you may wish to apply for a student visa, come and study for four years and see what develops.
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I would discuss this with an immigration attorney. So far based on what you said it does appear you can get a green card in this manner. Best regards.
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You should contact an immigration attorney to find out what options are available to you including the possibility of a student or training visa.
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