Obtaining a Green Card in Houston

What is a Green Card?

Immigrants who are granted lawful permanent resident status (LPR) are given identification cards that are green in color. As a result, these ID cards are often referred to as "green cards," and LPRs are referred to as "green card holders." Lawful permanent residents can remain in the U.S. for 10 years before having to renew their visa and cannot be deported unless they commit a crime involving moral turpitude. Permanent residents may also sponsor their family members and help them to obtain green cards quicker than if the family member was not sponsored.

Seek LPR Status with a Houston Immigration Lawyer

The process of obtaining a green card is extremely competitive. The United States only gives out a certain number of permanent resident visas every year, making it important for you to request your visa as soon as possible. A Houston immigration attorney can help you choose the best means of applying for your visa.

Common approaches to seeking a visa include:

Hira Law PLLC has helped numerous individuals obtain entry visas and could do the same for you. With years of experience and services available in multiple languages, we are prepared to provide counsel tailored to your situation. Set up your case evaluation as soon as possible to speak with an attorney who can help.

Make lawful permanent residency a reality. Contact us today!

The sooner you retain a lawyer from Hira Law PLLC, the sooner we can help you obtain a green card. We stay informed about any changes to immigration law and will always keep you updated what your case involves. Our firm focuses on honest counsel and will go the extra mile to help you achieve your immigration goals.

Contact us as soon as possible to start the process of obtaining lawful permanent residency in the U.S.

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