We were recently contacted by an experienced professional in the field of multimedia art looking to obtain a green card on their own merits by self-petitioning under the EB-1A Extraordinary Ability category. They were able to provide extensive proof of their accomplishments in the industry and we were able to successfully argue their merit as a multimedia artist. We discuss the details of this case and the I-140 EB-1A approval here.
Current green cards have a validity of either two (2) years, or ten (10) years, and must be renewed. Previous green card versions did not have an expiration date. These green cards are no longer valid and should be replaced with a new green card. Here is how to renew or replace your green card.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 29 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we discuss what to consider before filing for adjustment of status (green card) while inside the United States.
We often help TN visa holders to go from their nonimmigrant TN visa to US permanent residence (Green card). This can be done in several ways one of the most common is through marriage to a US citizen. Find out about going from a TN visa to a green card through marriage to a US Citizen.
A US Permanent Resident (Green Card holder) must abide by certain conditions to maintain their green card. Despite being called “Permanent Residence” a green card can be revoked. We see this most often after international travel or a long-term stay outside the US, and attempted re-entry to the US. If you are not careful to maintain your green card, it can be revoked. We discuss how your green card can be revoked here.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 26 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we answer the questions, What are my rights and responsibilities as a green card holder?
If you no longer live inside the United States, or otherwise wish to give up your US Permanent Resident Status (Green Card), you must record the withdrawal with either USCIS through USCIS Form I-407. Here’s how to give up or relinquish your green card.
US Permanent Residence (Green Card) grants the ability to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. A green card holder must follow the conditions of being a US permanent resident in order to preserve their status. If a green card holder violates their status the green card can be revoked. Here is how to maintain your green card and how it can be revoked.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 20 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we discuss who can be a sponsor for a U.S. green card. You can watch the episode here on YouTube or listen wherever you find your favorite podcasts.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 17 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we discuss what types of evidence are used to prove that a marriage is “bonafide” for U.S. Immigration purposes. You can watch the episode here on YouTube or listen wherever you find your favorite podcasts.