Taylor & Associates Law P.C. offers immigration law services for clients seeking a green card in New York City. Green cards grant permanent residency in the United States, but there are a variety of requirements that must be met in order to obtain a green card. It’s important for clients to understand these requirements in order to navigate the process successfully. Continue reading to learn more, and contact our law firm for more information.
One of the most common ways to obtain a green card is through family-based immigration. U.S. citizens or green card holders can sponsor immediate or qualified family members. Immigration lawyers will work with clients to determine their eligibility for family sponsorship as well as guide them through the process of obtaining the necessary documentation.
Employment-based immigration is another option for receiving a green card. Employers can sponsor foreign national employees for a green card, that being said, the process is extremely complex, and the individual has to meet several eligibility requirements. Immigration law services will work with you to determine your eligibility for employment-based green cards.
Diversity lottery provides a limited number of green cards to individuals from countries with low rates of immigration to the U.S. In order to be eligible for this type of green card, you must have a high school education or equivalent, or two years of work experience in a qualifying occupation.
Individuals who have been granted refugee or asylum status are eligible for a green card after one year of residency in the U.S. Immigration lawyers will stay up-to-date on changes to immigration law and regulations while helping clients determine the best path forward.
Obtaining a green card can be a difficult and challenging process, but with the guidance of Taylor & Associates Law P.C., our New York clients can navigate the process successfully. We want to help you achieve your goal of permanent residency in the U.S. Call us today to learn more about our immigration law services.