Green Card Through Family Members: Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys
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Green Card Through Employers: Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys
If you are trying to obtain your Green Card through an employment-based petition, the Immigration Lawyers at Ritchie Reiersen Immigration have years of experience and can help you through the process. Immigrants can be eligible to become permanent U.S. residents through their employment, based upon specific skills. Depending on the type of work and position, however, in order for employers to obtain permission to solicit immigrant employees, the employer must provide proof that finding U.S. workers has been exhausted and unfruitful. Once an employer has established the need for immigrant workers, those workers can begin the process of obtaining their Green Cards.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How often do I have to renew my green card?
What is a green card?
How can I find out which green card I should apply for?
What is “conditional permanent residence”?
Can my green card application be denied?
What is a biometric screening?
What is a priority date?
The process is much like taking a number for service when you walk into a busy office or the DMV. You take your number and must sit and wait for that number to be called. The people who have numbers before your number will receive service before you do. The priority date system functions in much the same way.
Do I automatically get a green card when I marry a U.S. citizen?
How do I know what my priority date is?
- Receipt number
- Case type
- Receipt date
- Priority date
- Notice Date
The date listed under the heading “Priority Date” can be compared to the Visa Bulletin to determine when you will become eligible to complete the green card process.
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