For many, many people that have gotten their green card, it can be a bit disheartening to realize that the paperwork isn’t over, or that their new card comes with a few strings attached.
The process for getting a Permanent Resident Card (i.e., green card) is arguably one of the most difficult things you can do in the U.S., and something millions of Americans never has to even consider simply because of where they were born.
Renewing your Green Card can take around 10 to 12 months but if there are any errors with your documentation it can take significantly longer. No one wants to wait that long for something this vital. That’s why it’s so important to get your documents correct from the beginning.
Marrying someone with a Green Card or US Citizenship is the easiest way to get a Green Card. However, it can take a long time. How long does it take to get a green card after marriage? The amount of time that it takes will depend on many factors about your situation and also how […]
Resources related to “What does a Green Card look like?”: Knowing what a green card is and what a green card looks like is part of becoming a permanent United States resident. In addition, it is important to be familiar with US Immigration Law. What is a Green Card? Officially titled a Permanent Resident Card, […]
There are many people living in the United States of America seeking a green card to help them live permanently in the country. However, there are costs associated with a green card that may throw a hurdle on that goal.