United States Immigration Services
Online Guide to U.S. Visas, ESTA, Green Cards & More
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Green Card as a Special ImmigrantDownload
The Green Card as A Special Immigrant application guide was created to assist individuals in filing their own Green Card applications without the assistance of an immigration lawyer. This guide includes detailed instructions for filing and all required forms for those who are special immigrants applying for a Green Card. This step–by–step guide will assist you in submitting your Green Card application as quickly and efficiently as possible.
- Start Application Immediately
- Easy to Understand Instructions
- Apply Online or by Mail
- Pricing and Fee Information Included
- Checklist of Required Documents
- Unlimited Online Support
- Green Card for Special Immigrants Overview
- Description of the Special Immigrant Category
- Privileges & Limitations
- Requirements and Eligibility
- How to apply for the United States if you’re already here
- How to apply for the United States if you’re not in the United States
- Green Card Interview Information
- How do I check the status of an already submitted Green Card Application?
- Information about eligibility
- Travel with a Permanent Green Card or Conditional Green Card
- Traveling with a Permanent Green Card or Conditional Green Card
- Information regarding reentry permits available to Green Card holders
- Information about eligibility
- List of Documents Required
- Information about Filing Fees
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
- List of all USCIS Offices in the Nation
- Directory of U.S. Consulates and Embassies
- How to get the most recent United States immigration forms
Two steps are required to apply for a Green Card.
The USCIS may issue green cards to special immigrants who are defined and classified by it. There are several categories within the “Special Immigrant” group that have different requirements. To be granted a Green Card, you must meet these requirements. Green Card application requirements include positive recommendation letters, certified copies of original documents, bank statements, insurance documents, and evidence that you have completed higher education.
- The Application
You can apply in the United States or at any U.S. consulate overseas. The USCIS charges a filing fee for most applications. However, some applicants may not need to pay this fee. As accompanying relatives, married applicants and applicants who have children under 21 years old can apply for a green card. They would need to show their relationship by providing supporting documentation.
These are the categories that make up the “Special Immigrant” category:
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- Panama Canal employees
- Medical graduates from abroad who have lived in the United States for a specific time
- Former long-time workers of the United States government include foreign workers
- Juvenile courts in the United States have declared foreign nationals dependent.
- Retired employees or officers of international organizations who lived for a period in the United States
- Some members of the Armed Forces
- Afghani and Iraqi nationals who were employed by the U.S. Armed Forces as translators for at least 12 month