Green Card through Relatives

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Quick Overview

When applying for a Green Card, family sometimes plays a pivotal role. Obtaining a Green Card through Relatives is one possible option for individuals who have close relatives or family members in the United States. To get this Green Card, family members may be eligible to apply for permanent residence (Green Card) if the sponsoring relative is a US citizen. The process of completing and submitting an application for a Green Card for your relatives can be both costly and confusing. The Green Card through Relatives Application Guide eliminates the confusion to make the application more understandable and easier to manage. This guide will take you through every step to help you file your Green Card Family-Based application effectively and fast. You may submit an application for a Green Card if you have a close family member who is a United States citizen by birth or through naturalization.
Overview of Contents
  • Overview of the Green Card through Family Member and Relatives Application Process
  • Application Procedures for Green Card through Relatives
  • U.S. Citizen: How to Sponsor a Relative
  • Green Card Holder: How to Sponsor a Relative
  • How to File the Application
  • How to File the Petition
  • Information about Interviews and Appeals
  • Application Submission Instructions if Abroad
  • Application Submission Instructions from the the U.S.
  • How to Apply for a Temporary Work Authorization
  • Document Checklist for Green Card Relatives
  • Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • List of USCIS Offices in the United States
  • List of U.S. Embassies and Consulates abroad
  • All required immigration forms are included

Product Description

Green Card Family Members to Sponsor You Can Be Your:
  • Father or mother
  • Husband or wife (see the Green Card through Marriage application)
  • Widow or widower of a U.S. citizen
  • Brother or sister (including half-brothers and half-sisters)
  • Adopted son or daughter
  • Adopted parent (see the Green Card through Adoption section)
  • Battered or abused spouse or child
  • Son or daughter (including illegitimate children)
  • Stepson or stepdaughter
  • Stepparent of a U.S. citizen child