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Question: How does a person become a permanent resident in the United States? (How does a person get a green card?)

Answer: A person must go through a multi-step process in order to obtain a permanent resident status. Typically, a petition is done through an employer or a relative. This requires filing the petition, getting the petition approved, and obtaining a visa number.

Question: What are the application procedures in getting a green card (becoming a permanent resident) in the United States?

Answer: These are a few documents that are usually filed when applying for a permanent resident status in the United States:

Question: What are the categories of eligibility for getting a green card (permanent residency) based upon employment?

Answer: There are four categories for getting a green card (permanent residence status) based upon employment:

  1. EB-1 priority workers.
  2. EB-2 Professionals with advanced degrees or persons with exceptional ability.
  3. EB-3 Skilled or professional workers; and 4) EB-4 Special Immigrants.

Question: Who can a U.S. citizen sponsor?


Question: Who can an LPR sponsor?


Question: What is an employment based immigration?

Answer: This simply means that an applicant wants to become a lawful permanent resident (green card holder) based on his or her employment status.

Question: What is the application process of employment based immigration?

Answer: There are three categories of the employment based process:

Question: What is Naturalization?

Answer: Naturalization is the process by which a person becomes a US citizen.

Question: What are the general requirements for becoming a “Naturalized” or a citizen?

Answer: The general requirements are as follow:

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