Staying current on the latest trends and policy changes is essential for successfully understanding employment based green cards.
Being aware of how your green card status impacts your taxes is important. Learn how to stay up to date here.
It is important to understand the difference between employment based green cards to make the correct choice for your situation.
Monitoring your priority date is essential because green card availability depends on whether your priority date is current. Learn more.
This article explains what you’ll encounter during biometrics and why providing prints and pictures when submitting Form I-485.
If your card expires before the renewal is processed, you may be stuck without any form of valid proof of permanent residence.
Green cards provide you with the status of a lawful permanent resident, meaning you can live and work permanently in the United States.
The permanent labor certification program (PERM) ensures there are no qualified U.S. workers available before the employer can hire you.
Adjustment of status is a process whereby individuals currently residing in the U.S. may apply to become permanent residents.
There are several eligibility rules that must be met to get approved for a K1 visa. Read to learn more.
As long as you maintain valid nonimmigrant status, you can stay in the United States throughout the Department of Labor’s PERM status check process.
This blog post will explore some common reasons why an I-485 application could be denied. Read to learn more.