Green Card

Get your green card to live and work in the USA

Get all your important paperwork filed without confusion or fear of making mistakes.

Pricing starts at $695 + federal filing fees

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1. Enter your basic contact information

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2. Get a FREE consultation to discuss your options

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3. An immigration attorney will prepare and file your application forms

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Green card pricing starts at

$695

+ federal filing fees

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Common questions

Do I have to hire an attorney to file my case?
It's not a legal requirement, but you might want to consider that government authorities often challenge or deny visas because something goes wrong with the application. Even getting a minor mistake corrected on one of the many forms can be expensive and time consuming.

An attorney who knows the ins and outs of the detailed and lengthy process can help you create a solid application that has the greatest chance of success.
How much will it cost to get a green card for my family member?
Fees start at $695 for a green card application, plus the attorney's service fee. Government filing fees are $1070 for adults and $635 for children under 14. Other costs are based on individual eligibility, risks, timing and strategy. For example, if your relative lives outside the United States, you'll first need to file an application to bring them to the U.S. before applying for a green card.

Our participating law firm can simplify what can be a confusing and stressful process. If you set up a free consultation, you can get a low, flat-fee price based on your specific situation.
How can I get legal status in the United States?
Many people become permanent residents through an immediate family member who's a U.S. citizen. Another main way to immigrate is through a job with an employer in the U.S. You can also sponsor yourself if you can prove you have exceptional ability in a particular field.
How do I renew or replace my green card?
Use USCIS Form I-90, Application to Replace Permanent Resident Card. You should renew your green card if you were issued a card valid for 10 years that has either expired or will expire within the next 6 months. Apply for a replacement card if any information needs to be changed, or if your card has been lost, stolen or damaged. Also, if your card was issued before your fourteenth birthday and you've reached the age of 14, it should be replaced.

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