How Do I Get a Green Card?

We, at Brown Immigration Law, take pride in providing clients with the compassionate, yet aggressive legal representation necessary to resolve whatever immigration-related problem they face. The counsel you choose will have a direct impact on your ability to get real results. Whether you are seeking a green card through an adjustment of status or consular processing, hiring our firm will dramatically increase the likelihood of you being able to achieve the optimal outcome for your specific circumstances.

Our attorneys have more than five decades of immigration experience and have received countless accolades for the professionalism, ethical standards, knowledge, dedication and quality legal services we deliver to clients on a daily basis.

The immigration process can be extremely intimidating and confusing particularly to those who lack a comprehensive understanding of the various laws, procedures and legal processes. To be eligible for a green card you must first determine whether you fit into any of the immigrant categories listed in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Family-based and employment-based are the two most common categories for those seeking permanent resident status.

There are also a number of other categories through which you can seek a green card and we will be happy to advise you of the options available to you. Once you have determined category eligibility, the next step will be to file an immigrant petition and wait for approval. As soon as a green card becomes available you will then be required to prove your admissibility to the United States. Unless you are found inadmissible at this point, you will be on your way to achieving permanent resident status.

Call Brown Immigration Law today!

If you are interested in getting a green card, it is important you take a proactive approach towards accomplishments you immigration goals. Rest assured you do not have to go through the process alone. When you hire a Cleveland immigration attorney from our firm, you will have an unwavering advocate by your side the whole way through. Call our firm to get the immigration process started.

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