Every year thousands of people make the decision to move from their home country to Chicago, Illinois for work, for family or for personal reasons. The USCIS Green Card application process to become a permanent resident may seem straightforward, but there can be many confusing issues that can cost you time and money – and delay or deny your immigration application.
Permanent Residency in the United States commonly called a Green Card or immigrant visa, allows foreign nationals to live and work in the U.S. Green card holders can work at any job in the United States. Permanent Resident status is issued by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), with priority given to spouses, dependent children, and parents. Green cards for other family members are subject to annual quotas, and approval sometimes takes many years, depending on your individual situation.
The immigration process can be stressful and costly, especially if you are unfamiliar with United States immigration law and procedures. You should talk to an experienced immigration lawyer who can advise you on the best strategy and options for your personal situation and goals.
Do you want to get a Green Card in Chicago? The increasingly complex rules governing legal admission to and naturalization in the United States has made the immigration process difficult to understand. With experience in many immigration cases, Mario Godoy and the other experienced immigration attorneys at the Godoy Law Office can assess your situation and advise you on your best options. Call today at 855-554-6369.