Green Card


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A pale green—formerly white and salmon-coloured—document that identifies an immigrant as a permanent US resident and, for physicians in specialty training, allows them the option to stay in the US after finishing training
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The White House plan makes no change to the number of green cards allocated each year.
Of the 1,183,505 green cards issued in 2016, 81% were for family members of U.S.
In Houston, one green card holder has been unable to petition for reunification with a loved one who lives in the one of the seven countries that were part of President Donald Trump's travel ban.
class="MsoNormalIRREGULARLY class="MsoNormalNLC chairman Muhammad Swazuri said they cannot trace some of the green cards, especially for the dumpsite land.
'I was scared about whether or not me and my family would get our green cards. My mom's work as a doctor in an underserved community in Iowa guaranteed her a National Interest Waiver in the green card process, but the fact that she was born in India meant she still had to wait in the backlog for decades,' Ponnada said.
Smith told him he could secure working papers and then after six months he apply for a green card. Smith told him that she had an attorney who specialized in immigration law who would process the papers and application.
The move could directly stop hundreds of thousands of foreign workers from keeping their H-1B visas while their green card applications are pending.
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Americanized: Rebel Without a Green Card. Knopf/Penguin Random House, February 2018.
The Republican Senators' proposal, which President Trump wholeheartedly support, would establish a grading system for new immigrants where the prospective green card holders would be judged on their median salary, advanced degrees, ability to speak English, skills need by the American economy and where you are able to afford your own health care.