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U.S.A Green Card

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  • 2-3 Cards, $270.00 Each
  • 4-9 Cards, $250.00 Each
  • 10+ Cards, $200.00 Each

U.S. Green Card

  1. A Permanent Resident Card allows a foreign national to live and work in the United States permanently.
    Issued by USCIS and serves as proof of legal permanent residency in the U.S.
    Grants the right to live and work anywhere in the country, as well as to travel outside of the U.S. and return without a visa.
  2. Valid for ten years, but can be renewed indefinitely as long as the holder remains eligible for permanent residency.

Green Card Features

  1. Provides the ability to live and work permanently in the United States.
    Opportunity to apply for U.S. citizenship after meeting certain eligibility requirements.
    Ability to sponsor family members for immigration.
  2. Grants the right to receive certain government benefits, such as Social Security and Medicare, and to enroll in certain educational and training programs.
  3. Comes with certain responsibilities, such as paying taxes on all income earned in the U.S., registering for selective service (if applicable), and obeying all federal, state, and local laws.

Detecting a Fake Green Card:

  1. Look for features present on genuine Green Cards, such as a hologram that changes color when viewed from different angles, a raised seal of USCIS, and a unique Alien Registration Number (A-number) assigned to each cardholder.
  2. Verify the card’s authenticity by contacting USCIS or using their online system to confirm that the A-number and other information on the card match their records.
  3. The font used on the card should match the official font used by USCIS, and there should be no spelling or grammatical errors on the card.

Waiting Periods

Vary depends on the category of eligibility, the country of origin of the applicant, and the demand for visas in that category.

  1. Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, such as spouses, parents, and unmarried children under the age of 21, do not have a waiting period.
  2. Family preference categories, which include unmarried adult children, married children, and siblings of U.S. citizens, typically have longer waiting periods, ranging from several months to several years, depending on the specific relationship and the country of origin of the applicant.
  3. Employment-based categories, which include professionals, skilled workers, and investors, also have varying waiting periods, which can range from several months to several years, depending on the specific employment category and the demand for visas.

The waiting period can be influenced by USCIS processing times, background checks, and other factors, which can cause delays or requests for additional information during the application process.

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