Baltimore County, Maryland Green Cards Lawyer

Green Cards

There are few things more important to immigrants than becoming permanent residents here in the United States. They can do so by obtaining a green card. If you believe that you qualify to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States, please don’t hesitate to contact a seasoned Baltimore County, Maryland green cards lawyer from Sheri Hoidra Law Office, LLC to learn more about how you can get a green card and how our firm can help.

Green Cards Lawyer Located in Baltimore County, Maryland

If you’re looking to get a green card, our firm is here to assist you. Speak with our Baltimore County, Maryland immigration lawyer today. Our firm has years of experience helping people seeking green cards, and we are ready to put that experience to work for you as well.

Different Types of Green Card Eligibility

The first thing you should understand is that not every foreign national is eligible to receive a green card in the United States. However, there are various categories of eligibility, including the following:

  • Family-based: Foreign nationals looking to marry U.S. citizens or green card holders looking to legally bring certain close relatives into the United States may qualify for certain family-based green cards.
  • Employment-based: Employment-based green cards, such as the EB-1 or EB-2 visa allow certain foreign nationals to live and work here in the United States and to become lawful permanent residents.
  • Refugee or asylum: If you are escaping persecution because of your religion, political affiliation, or otherwise, you may qualify for asylum here in the United States.
  • Special programs: If you were impacted by tragedy or extreme hardship, such as an earthquake that ravaged your city or country, you may be allowed to become a lawful permanent resident of the United States.

Rights Afforded By Getting a Green Card

Once you are a permanent resident, you will be afforded several rights. For example, you will have the right to live and work in the United State permanently, as long as you don’t do anything to make yourself removable under immigration law. That said, as a green card holder, you will also have several responsibilities. For example, you will have to obey all laws, file your income tax returns, support the democratic form of government, and, if you are a male between the ages of 18-25, you must register with the Selective Service.

Contact a Baltimore County, Maryland Green Card Lawyer

Becoming a permanent resident of the United States comes with countless opportunities, and if you you qualify for a green card or you are a U.S. citizen looking to sponsor someone you believe is eligible for a green card, our firm is here. Contact Sheri Hoidra Law Office, LLC today to schedule your initial consultation with our firm.