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Orlando Green Card Lawyer

Obtaining a Permanent Residence in Orlando

In order to obtain the right to live and work in the United States, it is necessary to apply for and receive a USCIS Form I-551, also known as a green card. The most common routes for obtaining permanent residence are through being sponsored by an employer in this country or a family member who is a permanent resident or who has gained citizenship. Applications for green cards are processed and approved by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), an office of the Department of Homeland Security. Anyone seeking a green card will be subjected to strict scrutiny from the Federal government, and it is wise to engage the services of an aggressive Orlando immigration lawyer before getting started on applying. Errors in the paperwork as well as failure to address issues that come up during the application process can result in a denial of the request.

Green cards are issued according to yearly quotas, meaning that even a perfectly completed application does not guarantee approval. Certain criteria will improve the application's chances of success, such as when the applicant has special skills or professional expertise. Permanent residents are allowed to stay in this country as long as they abide by strict guidelines, including a restriction against various types of criminal activity, and being arrested can result in an Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) investigation and deportation. Citizenship is open to those who hold a green card for at least 5 years and meet a list of specific qualifications. It is also possible for a lawful permanent resident to sponsor family members for family visas.

Green Card Attorney in Orlando

For over 35 years, the law firm of Maney & Gordon, P.A. has represented individuals and employers who needed assistance with the often confusing process of obtaining a green card. We understand how important it can be to you to see that the application is approved in a timely manner, and we will guide you through every phase of the procedure, from assessing the case for eligibility to documenting issues such as travel, residence and any criminal background in the time period before applying. Whether you are seeking a green card for yourself or for an employee, our goal is to help you resolve the issue with a minimum of lost time and expense.

Contact an Orlando green card lawyer for skilled assistance with applying for permanent residence.

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