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Green Card Process Chicago

A Green Card is a US immigrant’s goal for staying in the United States for a longer term. It is a document proving that its holder is:

(1)  a lawful permanent resident in the United States and

(2)  has permission to take employment in the United States.

The most common ways to apply for a green card happen to be what Ray Law attorneys specialize in: either through a family- or employment-based visa. See our Expertise page (LINK) for more information regarding the US Green Card Process, specifically when sponsored by a family member or employer. See our Expertise page for more information.

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