I am changing your question category to immigration law, which is the correct field.
You will need:
- a qualifying job / employer or investment opportunity,
- a family relationship with a US Citizen or green card holder (fiance, spouse, parent, child, sibling), or
- humanitarian grounds such as political asylum or having been the victim of a violent crime in the US.
Talk one-on-one with an experienced immigration attorney to determine if you qualify and which option is best for your particular circumstances.
There are many excellent attorneys here on AVVO that you could contact or do some research and find one you like with a strong reputation.
Best of luck to you!
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Find a local immigration attorney. Alison did a great job answering most of your question.
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