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A green card, or permanent resident card, allows for permanent residency status in the United States. At Englett and Associates, we assist our clients in obtaining a green card, though the most common method is through family-based immigration (i.e. having a relative such as a spouse, children, sibling, etc., who is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident). The second most common method is through employment-based immigration, which has four distinct categories or work visas.

First Preference Immigration Petition Visa (EB-1), is for priority workers including foreign nationals with extraordinary abilities in fields such as the arts, athletics, business, education and science. The EB-1 can also apply to foreign nationals who are professors or researchers with at least three years of experience.
Advanced Degree Professional or Individual with Exceptional Ability Visa (EB-2) is for professionals holding advanced degrees, at least five years of progressive post-baccalaureate experience or individuals with exceptional abilities in the arts, business or science.

Professional, Skilled Workers and Other Workers Visa (EB-3), is for skilled workers, professionals and other workers.

Special Immigrants Visa (EB-4), is for special immigrants such as ministers and religious workers, as well as current or former U.S. government workers.

Foreign entrepreneurs may also obtain green cards by investing $500,000 to $1 million in a commercial enterprise and can obtain an EB-5 Visa and eventually permanent residency, including green card lottery, adoption and asylum, as well as through a private congressional bill.

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