How o Get a Green Card and Green Card Eligibility
You may be eligible to apply for a Green Card (Permanent Resident Card) through your family, a job offer or employment, refugee or asylum status, or a number of other special provisions. In some cases, you may even be able to self-petition.
Who is eligible?
Individuals who want to become immigrants (permanent residents) through their qualified family member, a job offer or employment, or a special category will generally be classified in categories based on a preference system. With a few exceptions (such as for immediate relatives of a U.S. citizen who are given the highest immigration priority, Congress has set a finite number of visas that can be used each year for each category of immigrants.
In general, to meet the requirements for permanent residence in the United States, you must:
- Be eligible for one of the immigrant categories established in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA),
- Have a qualifying immigrant petition filed and approved for you (with a few exceptions),
- Have an immigrant visa immediately available, and
- Be admissible to the United States.
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