US permanent residency: What to do about a legal status problem

On Behalf of | Sep 4, 2019 | U.s. Permanent Residency |

You may have arrived in Florida on a temporary immigration visa of some kind. Such visas require that all eligibility factors be met before applying. They also expire. It is imperative that you take the proper steps for renewal if you hope to avoid legal status problems while living in the United States. In many cases, immigrants come here hoping to one day obtain a U.S. permanent residency card.

Also referred to as a green card, it means you have been granted permission to live and work in the U.S. on a permanent basis. Like other visas, green cards expire. In you have questions regarding how long a green card lasts or what you need to do to fulfill the requirements for application, it’s always a good idea to speak with someone who is well-versed in the process.

Perhaps you have a family member or a close friend who has already successfully navigated the immigration system to obtain a green card. If you’re worried about the renewal process, you’ll want to talk to someone who understands all aspects of permanent residency and how to maintain it. An experienced immigration law attorney is a great source of support.

At Cuevas, Garcia & Torres, P.A., in Florida, an experienced legal team is ready and willing to assist immigrants and their families regarding visa-related issues, U.S. permanent residency and all other immigration matters. Did you miss an important deadline? Are you worried about a marriage legitimacy interview? By requesting a consultation, you can gain much needed guidance and support to increase the chances of obtaining a positive final outcome.


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