Cover of: How to get a green card | Ilona M. Bray

How to get a green card

9th ed.

Published by Nolo in Berkeley, Calif .
Written in English.

About the Edition

Details the numerous ways to obtain a green card, providing legal advice and discussing what documents are needed, how the required forms must be filled out, fees, and a guide to the government's online information.

Table of Contents

Immigration then and now
All the ways to get a green card
Short-term alternatives to a green card
Will inadmissibility bar you from getting a green card?
How long you'll have to wait
Fiancé and fiancée visas
Green cards through marriage
Your parents as immigrants
Child immigrants
Orphan immigrants in non-Hague-convention countries
The diversity visa lottery
Amerasian immigrants
Your brothers and sisters as immigrants
Refugees and political asylees
Military veterans and enlistees
Registry : for those in the U.S. since 1972
Cancellation of removal : do ten illegal years equal one green card?
Adjustment of status
Consular processing
Private bills
Aquiring citizenship through U.S. citizen parents
Filling out and submitting immigration applications
Tracking your application through the system
Keeping, renewing, and replacing your green card
How to find and work with a lawyer.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Classifications

Dewey Decimal Class
342.7308/2
Library of Congress
KF4840 .L49 2010

The Physical Object

Pagination
334 p. :
Number of pages
334

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL24488144M
Internet Archive
howtogetgreencar00bray_1
ISBN 10
1413311032
ISBN 13
9781413311037
LC Control Number
2009037849
OCLC/WorldCat
430056832
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