Permanent Resident/Green Card
A permanent resident, or green card holder, is someone who has been granted the authorization to live and work in the United States. The most direct path to becoming a Legal Permanent Resident permanently will depend on your individual circumstances. Immigration lawyers of Slowik & Robinson, LLC, handle permanent residency applications and petitions, filed through the following channels:
- Immigration through employment
- Immigration through a family member
- Immigration by way of investor visa
- Immigration through the Diversity Lottery
- Adjustment of status for visa holders already in the U.S.
- U.S. citizenship for permanent residents
Often, foreign nationals come to the U.S. intending to visit, work or study for a specified period of time, with the intention to return home following their stay. They obtain the appropriate visa (academic, business and work visas, family visas, tourist visas, etc.) prior to making the trip to the United States, however, after spending time here they decide that they would prefer to remain in the U.S. due to a change in their life circumstances.
In order to understand the path required in pursuing permanent residency for your company's foreign-born executives, your employees from abroad, your international fiancé or spouse, or yourself – please talk to one of our attorneys today. Based in Columbus, Ohio, we have over 30 years of combined legal experience.
And what if you are already a green card holder? Our attorneys are able to assist in advising you with regards to the renewal process, requesting a replacement green card, as well as exploring the ability to naturalize when you have met the permanent residency requirements. Additionally, if you have any questions about your personal rights as a permanent resident and green card holder, we are available to meet with you to answer your inquiries.
To speak with one of our attorneys, please call or e-mail the law offices of Slowik & Robinson to schedule a consultation to discuss your immigration inquiries, your permanent residency intentions, and the most expedient path to obtaining a green card, or possibly exploring your qualifications for U.S. citizenship.