Your Immigration Lawyer
Alice Antonovsky
New York, NY

Get Your Green Card,
You can Legally Live and Work in NYC

As a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Alice Antonovsky takes pride in helping you become a lawful permanent resident. Green card holders can harness multiple benefits including permanent residence in the U.S., the ability to sponsor family members to enter the country and work authorization.

You are eligible to apply for a Green Card If one of your immediate relatives is either a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder. Please keep in mind that processing times and requirements vary, as each applicant will be screened and all information must be validated.

You are also eligible to apply for a Green Card if you have been a refugee or asylee for at least a year, you have a valid job offer, are able to invest or are eligible for a specialized job. If you are seeking to apply for a Green Card, call now for a confidential consultation with Alice Antonovsky.

Your application will be
completed correctly, avoiding mistakes that can delay the process
Experienced Immigration guidance throughout every
stage of the process
Privacy and confidentiality
assured to each of our clients

CONTACT IMMIGRATION EXPERT Attorney Alice Antonovsky for:

  • Deportation and Removal Defense
  • Family Based Immigration
  • Green Cards for Marriage
  • Employment Based Green Cards
  • International students
  • Naturalization
  • Political asylum

3 Things You Need to Know
about Green Cards

YOU CAN GET A GREEN CARD through family members, marriage, a job offer or investment.
ALTHOUGH GREEN CARDS EXPIRE, your permanent resident status does not. However, it is always advisable to renew your card.
SOME PEOPLE RECEIVE A GREEN CARD FOR TWO YEARS, during which time they must meet the necessary requirements to remove such conditions. The conditional Green Card is not renewable.
SCHEDULE A CONFIDENTIAL CONSULTATION
to get Legal representation from NYC Immigration Lawyer, Alice Antonovsky
Benefits of Getting a Green Card
A permanent resident has the right to live permanently in the U.S. and seek for fair employment opportunities, demand a competitive salary and become a taxpayer. Permanent residents have no working hours limitation.
Green card holders can travel abroad without the risk of being denied to come back. They pay lower tuition fees and can get access to financial aid programs and scholarships.
Permanent residents can also enjoy social benefits and sponsor family members to enter the country.
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