A green card is a permit issued by the U.S. government that allows a foreign person to permanently reside in the U.S. Unlike a work visa holder, a permanent resident may live and work at any place in the U.S. where the permanent resident decides to settle. Permanent Residents are not allowed to vote and have to continuously reside in the U.S. Otherwise, they may lose their green cards.
You should align yourself with a law firm that can demonstrate successful experience in representing individuals and companies with U.S. immigration law matters, such as a green card. Barbeito & Hiatt, Attorneys at Law, based in Houston, Tex., has a combined 40 years of experience representing clients seeking citizenship in the United States.
There are several ways to become a U.S. citizen including green cards naturalization, automatic citizenship and derivative citizenship. If you have questions as to your eligibility for citizenship, please do not hesitate to contact us at info@BarbeitoHiatt.com.