How to Obtain a Green Card Through Immigration Registry

Over the years, millions of individuals have attempted to circumnavigate the immigration or green card process by either gaining illegal entry into the states or remaining in the U.S. past their visa expiration date. Many of these individuals have been here so long that they no longer have a home, family or life to return to in their birth country. All they know is what they have built here in the states. There are those who tout immigration reform as the solution for immigrants who have been unlawfully residing here in the states for years or even decades. While this may be true, there is no way to know exactly when immigration reform will come to pass.

In the meantime there is a way in which certain immigrants who have been living in the United States unlawfully can obtain a green card and permanent resident status. Only individuals who are people of good moral character, who have not have committed any serious criminal offenses or engaged in illegal activities that would make them eligible for deportation, who have entered the U.S. prior to January 1st, 1972 and have continued to live here since that time, and those who are eligible for naturalization can apply for a green card through immigration registry.

Our lawyers take extreme pride in the fact that we have helped so many people resolve their immigration issues and attain the favorable outcome they had been longing to achieve. Immigration is not a simple or straightforward process. There are a lot of complexities and red tape surrounding the immigration and naturalization process. Without guidance from a highly-skilled and knowledgeable immigration lawyer, you could easily find yourself facing deportation and the possibility of having to leave the life you have worked so hard to build.

Prior to establishing Brown Immigration Law, our founding lawyer spent years working as a director with the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS) and now we have a very highly-trained and efficient legal team ready to work diligently on our clients' behalf. Our lead lawyer has received an AV Preeminent® Rating by Martindale-Hubbell® and a 10.0 Superb Rating from Avvo, while two of the firm's partners have been selected for inclusion in the Ohio Super Lawyers® Rising Starsâ„  list. If you or a loved one think you may be eligible for a green card via registry, we urge you to contact our firm and schedule to meet with a Cleveland immigration lawyer as soon as possible.

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