Through family, employment, or other means, it may be possible to obtain a green card (permanent resident card), which allows a foreign national to live and work permanently in the United States. However, the application process can be tedious and confusing, and every single step must be handled properly if you are to be approved. Having a competent legal professional on your side can facilitate a swift, favorable result.
Serving clients in Utah and around the world, Pearson Butler’s attorneys draw on the vast experience in over a dozen practice areas to ensure you receive the best legal counsel possible. As a full-service firm, Pearson Butler can provide more effective legal counsel in immigration matters, including permanent residency and beyond. Avoid unnecessary obstacles and enjoy a less stressful process with our experienced immigration lawyers by your side.
For more information on qualifying and applying for a green card, call (800) 265-2314. Pearson Butler has offices in South Jordan, Bountiful, and Utah County to assist you.
How to Apply for a Green Card
There are several different ways one may apply for a green card:
- Through family;
- Through employment;
- As a special immigrant;
- Through refugee or aslyee status;
- As a human trafficking victim or a victim of another crime;
- As a victim of abuse;
- Through registry; and
- Through other categories.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) offers additional information on green card eligibility for all of the above categories. Click here to learn more.
Guiding You Through the Green Card Application Process
The green card application process can be lengthy and complicated. Make sure you do not make any missteps by working with one of our qualified immigration lawyers at Pearson Butler. The firm’s lawyers are experienced and understand how important permanent residency is to you and your family. No matter the circumstances surrounding your eligibility and immigration goals, Pearson Butler can help.
Contact the firm today at (800) 265-2314 to arrange a confidential consultation and review of your case.