Green cards can be obtained through family, savings, refugee status, or other special circumstances, but you can also get a green card through employment.
More immigrants arrive in the United States than in any other country on the planet. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 17% of the American workforce is foreign-born.
Although there are a variety of ways for people to become permanent residents (green card holders) in the United States, many people apply through jobs.
If a person’s employer is unable to find a suitable U.S. worker for the job, US immigration laws allow them to obtain a green card through employment.
There are four simple ways to receive a green card through employment. The following are some of them:
The green card application process varies depending on how a person will get the green card. Immigration Attorney Xavier A. Mendez and associates will help you from filing forms I-140 and I-145 to registering for permanent residence or adjustment status.