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Permanent Residence Visa

If you are planning to make the United States your home, you will need to apply for a permanent residence visa. This will allow you to work and live in the U.S. and is a necessary step in the naturalization process. Choosing to work with a qualified Atlanta permanent residence visa lawyer can be the first step toward greater opportunities and a brighter future for you and your family.

Obtaining a Permanent Residence Visa

In most cases, you will need some sort of sponsorship to succeed in acquiring a permanent residence visa or green card.

  • Employers can assist you in getting a green card that will allow you to remain in the country and work legally.
  • You can also acquire a permanent residence visa by marrying a U.S. citizen or a lawful permanent resident.
  • Refugees, victims of abuse and asylum seekers are sometimes granted permanent residence visas to allow them to escape untenable situations in their former homes.
  • Religious workers, broadcast professionals and employees of international organizations may be eligible for a green card as special immigrants.

Once you have established permanent residence, you should not leave the country for a prolonged period except under special circumstances. An extended absence could jeopardize your status as a permanent resident of the U.S. Discussing your plans with a qualified immigration attorney can provide you with valuable guidance about maintaining your status as a permanent resident of the U.S.

The Atlanta permanent residence visa lawyers at Pozo Goldstein have experience in prosecuting, judging and defending immigration cases. Our extensive background in the immigration field can ensure the best possible representation for your case and the most effective answers for your questions. If you are currently seeking permanent resident status, contact us today to set up an initial consultation with our skilled attorneys. We look forward to the opportunity to help you and your family achieve your immigration goals.