Why and how to come up with a lottery with green cards

In the mid-1980s, the Irish problem existed in the United States. Hundreds of thousands of Irish migrants flocked to the United States to escape the economic crisis. Few of them had relatives or work in America, which would give them the right to apply for a green card. ...

Loss or theft of a green card: what to do in such a situation

A green card is proof of your right to live and work in the United States. So if you ever lose this document or it gets stolen from you, it will be extremely frustrating. What to do in such cases, the CitizenPath service told. Do not panic. You do not…

How many green card holders in the USA: who they are, where they came from and where they live

The US Department of State has released a report that provides annual estimates of the size and characteristics of the population living in the United States as legal permanent residents (green card holders, or LPRs) and subgroups potentially eligible for naturalization in January of each year from 2015 to 2019. LPR ...

Green card for a relative: how much money a sponsor should have

An applicant for a family green card before immigration will need a financial sponsor in the United States. Some green card holders can immediately find a job and support themselves. However, a financial sponsor is needed if things don't go according to plan. The Citizen Path edition spoke about this in more detail. ...

Biden and immigration: what important decisions did the president make in a month and a half of work

The first month and a half of the Joe Biden administration was devoted to the pandemic and immigration. The 46th President has signed numerous immigration decrees and has prepared several important bills in this area. ForumDaily asked immigration lawyer Ekaterina Muratova to take stock of Biden's immigration decisions at the moment ...

Mistakes and actions of immigrants that can lead to the loss of a green card

The path to the status of a permanent resident of the United States (green card holder) is difficult and long. It offers many benefits, including the ability to obtain US citizenship in the future. But the green card can be lost due to the mistakes of the immigrant, writes the Miami Herald. What mistakes can cost you the right to live ...

How to get back your permanent resident status if you have lost it due to travel abroad

During the pandemic, many US permanent residents (green card holders) who left the country were unable to return to the United States in time due to flight cancellations and border closures. If you have not been to the United States for a long time, then most likely you have lost your permanent resident status ...

Abandoning the American Dream: the story of those who returned to their homeland

For some, a green card is a lifelong dream. And those who carry the American dream in their hearts sincerely do not understand those who won the green card, but did not use this chance. Starting life from scratch in a foreign country is not always so easy ...

How to transport parents to the USA: instructions for immigrants

To apply for permission for your parents (mother and / or father) to live in the United States as a green card holder, you must be a US citizen at least 21 years old. Green card holders (permanent residents) cannot apply for parents' right to permanent ...

Due to the pandemic, many green card holders are stuck abroad: how not to lose their status

Does a lawful permanent resident of the United States (green card holder) have the right to leave the country and after how long does he need to return so as not to lose his immigration status? Due to the pandemic, many green card holders are stuck abroad. Will there be any timing benefits for them ...

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