The two most common categories for obtaining US Permanent Residence or a US Green Card are the Employment-Based Petitions for a Green Card and the Family Based Petitions (also referred to as Family Sponsorships).
If you have a US employer who is willing to Petition you for US Permanent Residence you may be eligible for one of the following Employment Based Green Cards:
Some individuals may be eligible for a green card based on the fact that they have a relative, who is a citizen of the Untied States or who is a lawful permanent resident (green card holder).
People who seek a green card through family-based immigration fall into either the Immediate Relative Category or Preference System.
To find out who may apply for permanent residence in the United States, please see eligibility information under the Employment Based Permanent Residence and Spouse or Family Based Sponsorship sections on this web site.
Applicants for adjustment to permanent resident status are eligible to apply for a work permit while their cases are pending. The Bomza Law Group can simultaneously process your work permit application while your Adjustment of Status is pending. You do not need to apply for a work permit once you adjust to permanent resident status. As a lawful permanent resident, you will receive a permanent resident card that will prove that you have a right to live and work in the United States permanently.
If you are applying for adjustment to permanent resident status, you must receive advance permission to return to the United States if you are traveling outside the United States. This advance permission is called Advance Parole. If you do not apply for Advance Parole before you leave the country, you will abandon your application with the USCIS and you may not be permitted to return to the United States. Please contact our law firm for more information concerning Advance Parole.
The Bomza Law Group will be pleased to process your Green Card Application, whether on behalf of the company or the self-petitioning individual. Our law firm will carefully analyze your case and make recommendations on the most appropriate process for you or your company to pursue. We then assist with preparing documents and letters, continuing the case through the adjustment of status or consular processing stage, until the principal applicant and family members receive the Green Card.
For further information with respect to US and Canadian immigration or to find out if you or a company employee is eligible for temporary or permanent relocation to Canada or the US, we invite you to contact our experienced immigration lawyers and attorneys by contacting the Bomza Law Group at:
1-800-993-9971 or by clicking here: “Contact Us”.