A U.S. green card is a document that confers official U.S. immigration status (Lawful Permanent Residency) to foreign nationals. U.S. green card status allows individuals to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. The following information describes how to obtain a U.S. green card through family and employment-based sponsorship, and the Diversity Lottery.
Even Canadian citizens will require a green card to live and work in the US. If you live specifically in the Southern Ontario region of Canada and are looking to reside in the United States contact us to set up a consultation.
- Maintaining Permanent Resident Status
- HR Professionals Ask About their Employment-Based Immigration Concerns
- Expatriate Immigration Issues
- Introduction to General Wellness Programs by Rogan Morton Law
- Q and A: What Goes Into Preparing an Employment-Based Petition Filed with CIS?
- Re-entry Permits: The Basics on Preserving Your Green Card During Long Term Travel
- Sample Adjustment of Status Interview Appointment Notice
- Your Adjustment of Status Interview
- Your Biometrics Appointment
- Your Immigrant Visa Interview
- Sample ASC Biometrics Appointment Notice
- Special Recruitment for University Professors Under PERM (Labor Certification)
- Diversity Lottery Program
- Employment-Based Immigration
- Family-Based Immigration
- Entering the U.S. as an Investor (E-1 & E-2)