Green Cards – Immigrant Visas

Immigrant visas are those that grant the right to have a permanent residence in the United States by getting a green card.

Most green cards are awarded to direct family members or spouses of US citizens. However, it is also possible to obtain the right to permanent residence in the U.S. through immigration visas based on employment, career, or investment in the United States.

Alexandre Law Firm is able to deal with all types of immigration visas. Our attorneys have the legal expertise to represent your immigration claim before the U.S. authorities. Alexandre Law Firm’s petitions are thoroughly prepared within the rigorous standards required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and we prepare a customized strategy for each of our clients.

Learn about the main types of visas that grant a green card to live and work legally in the United States:

EB-1

An immigrant visa (green card) for individuals with “extraordinary abilities” in arts, education, science, business, or athletics, and who can demonstrate broad national or international recognition in their professional fields

Click HERE to learn more about EB-1 visas.

EB-2 NIW

An immigrant visa (green card) for foreign professionals with successful careers and, in many cases, higher education, who want to contribute to the American job market in fields where there is a shortage of qualified professionals in the country today.

Depending on the situation, an EB-2 NIW can be granted without the need for a job offer or employer in the US.

Click HERE to learn more about EB-2 visas.

EB-3

An immigrant visa (green card) is aimed at qualified foreign professionals who have a permanent full-time job offer in the United States made through labor certification.

Click HERE to learn more about EB-2 visas.

EB-5

The EB-5 is known as the “investor visa” and can be granted to foreigners who intend to undertake business in the United States. Besides a minimum investment which amount will be determined according to the location in which the applicant plans to invest, it is necessary to prove that the business created will generate jobs and move the American economy.

Click HERE to access all EB-5 visa information.

Green Card for Family Preference Immigrants

As a US citizen or even a green card holder, you can help an immediate relative become a legal permanent resident in the United States thanks to the US family reunification policy. In order to do this, you need to sponsor your relative and be able to prove that you have enough income to afford your relative when he or she comes to the United States. The immigrant visa application process for your eligible family members will follow the same basic steps whether you are a US citizen or a Green Card holder.

Click HERE to learn more about visas for US citizens’ family members.

Green Card for Fiancé(e) of U.S. Citizen

Although the K-1 visa (also called the Fiancé(e) Visa) is a non-immigrant (temporary) visa, it allows a person who is engaged to someone who holds U.S. citizenship to come to the United States, provided the couple is married civilly within 90 days from the date of admission. Then, the newly married spouse can apply for permanent residence (green card) based on the marriage.

Click HERE to learn more about the K-1 visa.

IF YOU IDENTIFY YOURSELF WITH ANY OF THE IMMIGRANT VISAS ABOVE, PLEASE CONTACT ALEXANDRE LAW FIRM. WE WILL BE PLEASED TO REPRESENT YOUR VISA APPLICATION TO THE US AUTHORITIES

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