Obtaining a Green Card
Cleveland Immigration Lawyer
Obtaining permanent residency in the United States is a big dream for a lot of immigrants. For them, the United States can mean prosperous futures, potential growth for their business, and the chance to fulfill their American dream.
The first step for most immigrants looking to obtain permanent residency is to receive a green card. This card will allow you to live within the United States as a lawful resident, even if you were residing in the States unlawfully prior to receiving it.
The criteria for obtaining a green card through immigration registry include the following:
- You must be a person of good moral character
- You are not eligible for deportation
- You entered the United States before January 1, 1972 and resided within the U.S. continuously after that
- You are eligible for naturalization
Form I-485 must be completed in order to obtain a green card via registry. There are important rules and regulations that must be followed to ensure that you receive fast service, that your request is process properly, and that you increase the chance of receiving your green card. If you have questions pertaining to your particular situation, or to determine your eligibility, do to not hesitate to contact Brown Immigration Law.
Can I receive a green card?
There are many different ways to receive a green card; the registry method is just one of them. If you are considering obtaining a green card via registry, then it is important that you work with an attorney from our firm to help you complete all necessary forms and obtain evidence that you need to help you receive your green card. At Brown Immigration Law we will help you prove your continuous residency, obtain passport-style photos, ensure you have copies of governmental identification, and all other necessary documents to help you obtain residency.
Call our firm today to speak with an experienced immigration attorney in Ohio.