If you are looking to establish permanent residency in the United States, then you will probably apply for a permanent alien registration card, commonly called a green card and you will need a Miami Green Card Lawyer at Pozo Goldstein, LLP.
Green cards allow foreign nationals to reside and work in the U.S. if they so desire. However, there is a two-year conditional period before the applicant will receive their permanent residency visa. Once obtained, the visa will be good for 10 years and is renewable as long as the alien maintains a good driving and criminal records.
The process for obtaining a green card can be extremely competitive, as there are only a certain number of registration cards that the government issues every year. In addition to the limited number of cards issued every year, there are many other factors that can impede your progress, or void your eligibility altogether.
A Miami immigration attorney will be able to assist anyone who is trying to obtain a green card. Find out how we can help you by requesting an in-office case evaluation.
There are many documents, forms, and other legal processes that must be completed, filled out, proven and many others. The process can be long a difficult to obtain a permanent residence visa or any other kind of visa. If you or a loved one are considering applying for a visa or if you are already in the process, a Miami immigration attorney from Pozo Goldstein, LLP will be able to advise you of your options as well as answer any questions and if you so desire, represent you in court if the need arises. We have experience in court with a former Miami-Dade County judge and former immigration prosecutors on our legal team.
If you are looking to become a permanent resident, you should not hesitate to contact a Miami green card attorney from our firm as soon as possible.
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