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Stay In The United States Permanently

Ever since this country became established, it has been the dream of many to come to the United States and to make a new life here. Even in the 21st century, this is still a dream for many. However, there are always legal complications that stand in the way. Immigration laws are complicated and the process can be daunting.

Do not worry. Our law firm has attorney Zaki Ali, Trial Lawyers, who has more than 20 years of legal experience. Our legal team knows how to help you through the legal process to make your dreams come true. We serve clients in Anderson and the surrounding areas of Indiana.

What Is A Green Card?

A green card is a common term used for obtaining a status known as permanent residency. This means you are a permanent resident of the United States, with most of the rights and obligations of a citizen. It is called a green card simply because the identification card for permanent residents is green.

How you obtain a green card depends on your:

  • Family: Being closely related to someone who is a United States citizen can be grounds for obtaining a green card. U.S. citizens can apply to have their spouses, unmarried children and parents to join them in the United States. Once here, these relatives can begin the process of obtaining their own permanent residency as part of the naturalization process.
  • Employment: Certain highly skilled workers are needed in the country and there is a shortage of some of these workers. People from other countries who are hired in the US to fill these positions could obtain green cards. Even people here on work visas who are not here in a highly skilled position can work to obtain a green card eventually.
  • Status as a refugee: Refugees and people in the United States seeking asylum can receive protection from deportation and removal. They can also receive deferred action if they qualify, which means they will not be deported even if there are technically not legally authorized to be in the country. Refugees and asylum seekers can go through a process to obtain green cards.

Whatever your status in the United States, if you are interested in getting a green card, our lawyer can talk with you and help you understand the process.

Contact Us Today

If you are interested in a green card, the best first step is to talk with a lawyer. We can help you understand the choices and processes before you. Call us at 765-252-1539 or email us to learn more.