In most cases, you’ll have to renew your green card after 10 years. However, the process is different for conditional permanent residents.
In order to qualify for a U.S. green card, you must first attend a medical exam given by a USCIS-approved “civil surgeon.”
“Stop and identify statutes” require that individuals who are stopped by police identify themselves. Virginia does not have a stop and identify statute.
Preparing for your individual hearing means getting ready to answer any questions the immigration judge might have about your asylum claim.
In addition to any penalties outlined in the Virginia code, most convictions result in many collateral consequences, which can negatively impact your life.
If you’re currently filing for an adjustment of status to get your green card, leaving the country can put your application, and your visa, in jeopardy.
While they’re able to live and work here, permanent residents count as citizens of other countries. For this reason, they cannot vote in U.S. elections.
In almost all cases, working with an EB-5 Regional Center is safer than making a direct investment in a new business enterprise.
Understanding the job creation requirement is an important part of applying for an EB-5 visa. In this article, we’ll go over which jobs and workers qualify under USCIS regulations.
While the vast majority (around 95%) of applicants prefer to invest with a regional center, going your own way can have its advantages.
A wide variety of relationships, job opportunities, and other circumstances may help you become a permanent resident of the United States.
While USCIS often advertises a 60 day limit for receiving your green card, in reality the process can often take several months.