Find Out if You are Eligible for a Family Based Green Card
Are you or someone you know interested in applying for a family-based green card? Check the eligibility requirements here:
Applying for your green card can be stressful if you don’t have all of the information before beginning the process. You should know all the eligibility requirements for applying for a green card through a family member. With all the right information and documentation, the process can be painless with the help of Road to Status. Immigration documentation can be made simple! Check out the eligibility requirements you must meet to apply for a family green card.
You may be eligible to apply for a green card through a family member if you are:
- An immediate relative of a U.S. Citizen (includes spouses, unmarried children under 21, and parents of U.S. citizen petitioners who are 21 or older)
- A family member of a U.S citizen that fits into a preference category ( included unmarried children over 21, married children of any age, and siblings of U.S. citizen petitioners over 21)
- A family member of a green card holder ( includes spouses and unmarried children of the green card holder/ sponsor)
- A member of a special category ( can include battered spouse of child ( VAWA), a K nonimmigrant, a V nonimmigrant, a person born to a foreign diplomat in the U.S, or a widow of a U.S. citizen)
If you or someone you know is interested in applying for their family based green card, you can apply online here with Road to Status. If your case is more complex and you would like to speak with a licensed immigration attorney, you can learn more about the benefits of an initial consultation before deciding on the best path for you.
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