You can get a green card, or a permanent resident card, on the basis of your employment with a U.S. company. At Poarch Thompson Law, our experienced immigration attorneys can answer all of your questions about getting an employment-based green card.
If you’re seeking an employment green card, there are four basic avenues you can use:
Many of those who get employment green cards will use consular processing, which means you’ll wait in your home country while your visa is processed and submit your form to your nearest U.S. Embassy or consulate.
If you are in the United States, you may adjust your status to move from your EB-1 visa or another employment visa to permanent resident status. Whether and when you can adjust your status depends both on the type of visa you have and your country of origin.
Do you have other questions about gaining an employment green card? Poarch Thompson Law can walk you through the process so that you file the right forms when and your family members feel secure while you work in the United States. Reach out to us today.