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Seeking Legal Permanent Residency in Houston

If you are a foreign national who wants to live in the U.S. permanently (or longer than the period of stay provided through your temporary visa), you will need to obtain a permanent residence visa through citizenship and immigration services. This type of immigrant visa is also known as a Green Card. When individuals stay in the U.S. for extended periods of time without having permanent residency, they can end up being deported.

Individuals can turn to Simon Law Group, PLLC when they need help applying for a permanent resident card. Our firm's green card attorneys in Houston, TX are highly knowledgeable of how the U.S. green card process works. We know what you can do to increase your chances of being approved as a lawful permanent resident (LPR).

How to Obtain a Green Card in Texas

There are a number of ways that individuals can obtain Green Cards and become permanent residents, including:

  • Family-Based Immigration--sponsorship by a qualified spouse, fiancée or family member who is a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident
  • Employment-Based Immigration--sponsorship by an employer in the U.S. whom you will be working for permanently; a petition based on your extraordinary ability in your professional field or based on your qualifications to work in a specialized field; or a petition based on your investment in a U.S. enterprise (particularly one that will lead to job growth)
  • Asylum or Refugee Status--a petition for permanent residency based on the protection you received in the U.S. for past and/or future persecution you faced in your country of origin (such as religious or political oppression by your government)

There are also many other ways that individuals can obtain permanent residence visas. For example, immigrants may qualify for Green Cards when they are battered spouses or children of U.S. citizens or permanent residents, Armed Forces members who meet certain requirements, diplomats, etc.

Legal Counsel from Our Houston Immigration Attorneys

There are a number of things that can disqualify you from becoming a permanent resident in the U.S., such as convictions for certain types of criminal charges. There are also many other technicalities that could impact whether or not your permanent residency application is successful.

An attorney can help you determine whether or not you qualify to apply for a Green Card. If not, there may be certain waivers that you can apply for to override these restrictions. Our Houston green card lawyers are not only a trained legal professional with in-depth knowledge of immigration law, but they have also undergone the immigrant experience firsthand.

Contact our Houston law offices for help from a team of immigration advocates that understand what challenges you face and how to get past those obstacles!

Success Stories

"We helped a client get his case approved based on marriage (USC wife petitioned for Mexican husband). The case was initially denied when he applied on his own. USCIS thought they didn't have enough proof of cohabitation. In addition, there were discrepancies during the initial interview. USCIS was claiming marriage fraud. Attorney Sebastian Simon refiled everything, went to the interview and case got approved."

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