5 Reasons You Need Your Green Card

16 Oct 2014
Source: www.uscis.gov/greencard

If you’ve entered the country on a visa, or on visa waiver, and plan on spending building a life here with your family, you will need to adjust your status from a non-immigrant to an immigrant. When you adjust your status, you’ll receive your permanent residence card, otherwise known as the “green card“. Why is it even important to get your green card, you ask? Many reasons.

Here are the 5 that we think you’ll care most about:

  1. You can leave and enter the US at will without risk of being denied entry. Just imagine getting a call for a family emergency that requires you to fly home. You exit the US and upon your return, you’re denied entry and find out you have to apply for a spousal visa and wait outside the US 6 to 7 months. With your green card, you can come and go as you please.
  2. Permission to work in any company located in US territory regardless of job function, hours/week, etc. except for some companies that only hire US citizens. No need for employer sponsorship.
  3. Permission to start your own business. Is owning a business your American dream? With your green card, you can legally own an American business.
  4. Own property, cars, firearms and other items Americans can own.
  5. Social Security benefits are available to green card holders when they retire, if they worked for 10 years before retiring.

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5 Thoughts on “5 Reasons You Need Your Green Card

  1. Good morning po I’m Filipino work in off shore I was b1 ocs holder and I have my American guy fiancé leaves in louisiana can we process this in you office and we are same sex marriage your fee is just for starting what about the green card I hope you can give me any information and contact # Salamat thank you po Calvin

  2. I applied for Asylum March 2015. I got divorced 2 months back. I am dating since one year. Can I apply for green card if I got married. Can u pls help me out.

  3. Hi my fiancé has a F1 Visa she’s been in the US for over 5 yrs we plan on getting married in Sep. can she start the forms now as of todays date. Also can we pay in a payment form for everything.

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