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• Deportation and Removal Defense
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• Employment Based Green Cards
• International students
• Naturalization
• Political asylum

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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HOW TO APPLY FOR A GREEN CARD
  • Commonly, the applicant must find a sponsor to file a petition on your behalf. You may be eligible to file for yourself without a sponsor.
  • Your application will be sent to USCIS for approval.
  • You will be required to participate in an identity screening.
  • You will be scheduled for an interview.
  • You will receive your results, and either be approved or denied.
Fast Facts On NYC Green Card Obtainees:
  • Over 3 million immigrants reside in New York City, and more than half of those residents have gone on to become naturalized citizens.
  • New York City is rich with immigrants holding diverse statuses- from green card holdes, to undocumented immigrants, and asylees.
  • The number of undocumented immigrants in NYC is on the decline.

Source: Just Released: New Data on NYC Immigrants and Economic Security | by NYC Opportunity | NYC Opportunity | Medium

Green card F.A.Q.
What are the benefits of 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
Who is eligible for a green card?

If one of your immediate relatives is either a U.S. Citizen or Green Card Holder, you may be eligible to apply for a green card. 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.

What is the difference between a green card and citizenship?

A Green Card will ensure your official legal immigration status in the United States, and guarantee you specific rights. It is the first essential step if you have plans on becoming a naturalized citizen. Citizenship is being secured and protected under the United States of America. A naturalized citizen has equal rights and responsibilities as every other natural born U.S. citizen.

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