Getting Your Green Card – What You Should Know: Marriage, Questions, Lottery and the Process [NOOK Book]

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Getting Your Green Card – What You Should Know: Marriage, Questions, Lottery and the Process

What is a Green Card?
When most people talk of getting their green card, they are referring to the process of obtaining Permanent Residency ...
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Getting Your Green Card – What You Should Know: Marriage, Questions, Lottery and the Process

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Overview

Getting Your Green Card – What You Should Know: Marriage, Questions, Lottery and the Process

What is a Green Card?
When most people talk of getting their green card, they are referring to the process of obtaining Permanent Residency Status.

The green card is issued as proof that the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has granted its approval for you to be in the U.S. as a permanent resident. It is your evidence that you have been approved for permanent residency status.

Benefits of a Green Card:
After you have been issued a green card, you can live and work anywhere in the United States. To get a job you do not have to apply for a separate work visa. Travel permits are not required between states.

You also have the right to apply for a driver’s license and attend college. If you have family members, you can apply for visas for your spouse and unmarried children.

48 Pages
Chapters:
Legal Disclaimer 3
The Green Card- What is It 4
How Do I Get a Green Card? 6
The Green Card Lottery 9
Your Immigration Interview 11
Tips for Getting Your Green Card by Marriage 13
Green Card in the U.S.A. Today 16
Different Ways to Become a Permanent Resident 17
Getting Your Green Card through Marriage 19
Green Card Questions That Might Be Asked? 21
Green Card through Marriage Application Guide 22
Green Card Marriage Interview 24
Green Card Divorce 33
How to Renew Your Green Card 34
Do I Need an Immigration Lawyer? 36
Green Card Category Codes 39
Your Green Card Class of Admission 48
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013195752
  • Publisher: Advanced Buy Media Group
  • Publication date: 8/3/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 61 KB

Meet the Author

Fran Smithe lives and writes in Bakersfield, CA about subjects
that she enjoys and loves to share her research in various topics of current interest!
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