Your Options Regarding Green Cards
There are many types of green card options:
- Diversity Immigrant Visa Program:
- Were selected for a diversity visa in the Department of State’s diversity visa lottery Cuban Adjustment Act
- Are a Cuban native or citizen, or
- Are the spouse or child of a Cuban native or citizen
- An abused (victim of battery or extreme cruelty) spouse or child under the Cuban Adjustment Act – Are the abused spouse or child of a Cuban native or citizen\
- Dependent status under the HRIFA – Are the spouse or child of a lawful permanent resident who received his or her Green Card based on the Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA)
- An abused (victim of battery or extreme cruelty) spouse or child under HRIFA Are the abused spouse or child of a lawful permanent resident who received his or her Green Card based on HRIFA
- Lautenberg parolee Were paroled into the U.S. as a Lautenberg parolee
- Indochinese Parole Adjustment Act of 2000- Are a native or citizen of Vietnam, Kampuchea (Cambodia), or Laos who was paroled into the U.S. on or before Oct. 1, 1997 from Vietnam under the Orderly Departure Program, a refugee camp in East Asia, or a displaced person camp administered by UNHCR in Thailand.
- American Indian born in Canada -Have 50% or more of blood of the American Indian race and were born in Canada
- Person born in the United States to a foreign diplomat Were born in the United States to a foreign diplomatic officer who was stationed in the U.S. when you were born.
- Section 13 (diplomat)- Were stationed in the United States as a foreign diplomat or high ranking official and are unable to return home
To learn more, please call 202-851-7648 today.