U.S.A GREEN CARD

US Visas are the most popular visas that are used by students as they are jobseekers towards an excellent lifestyle in the country. With the help of our Best Immigration Consultants

A US green Card Holder a Permanent resident that has been given the legal right to live and work in the United States on an indefinite basis. A permanent resident holds a photo Id known as a green card that proves this status. We deal in L1 and EB5

 

EB5 Green Card Entitlements

An EB5 Green Card entitles investors, entrepreneurs and businessmen, along with their families to stay and work anywhere in the US permanently.

A Green Card holder is allowed to work in any company in the US at any level and at any length of time without a sponsor. It allows the holder to travel outside the US and return without any restriction. After having the Green Card for 5 years, the holder can apply for US Citizenship which will give the applicant the right to vote and run for the office.

With permanent residency in the US, the applicant can avail of social benefits, including grants, taxation benefits, insurance coverage, social security benefits, retirement benefits, health benefits, etc. With a US Green Card you can also own your own house, cars, while trying for financing for these purchases. The holder can start his/ her own business in the US as well.

An EB5 Green Card is normally granted for an initial period of 2 years where the candidate will obtain a conditional US resident status. Once the condition is withdrawn, the candidate will receive a permanent US Green Card that will provide permanent residence status in the US.

US permanent residents are entitled to attend any public or private school in the US. Green card holders pay less tuition fee for University & Colleges, referred to as “in-State tuition or Resident tuition”. Because of this, savings are considerable & in most cases, they are 3 to 4 times lower than what foreigners pay.

Holders are also entitled to work in the US without a Work Visa or employment authorization document, travel outside the US, although with few limitations, sponsor close relatives for US permanent residence, and apply for US citizenship when eligible.

 Green Card through Family 

You may be eligible to apply as a…

 If you are the…

Fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen

Person admitted to the U.S. as a fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen (K-1 nonimmigrant)

or the fiancé(e)’s child

Person admitted to the U.S. as the child of a fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen (K-2 nonimmigrant)

 

 Green Card through Employment

You may be eligible to apply as a…

 If you are the…

Immigrant investor

Have invested or are actively in the process of investing at least $1 million (or $500,000 in a targeted employment area) in a new commercial enterprise in the U.S. which will create full-time positions for at least 10 qualifying employees

L1 VISA

 

The L1 visa is an intra-company transfer US visa. It allows a US company to transfer a key employee from one of its offices in another country into the United States.

It also allows companies to open a US operation for the transfer of its executives, managers and specialized employees.

There are two types of L1 visa:
• L1-A is for managers and executives, who are either transferring to a US office, or coming into the US for the purposes of setting up a US office.
• L1-B is for specialized employees, who have essential specialist skills or knowledge.

For both L1-A and L1-B, the employee must have worked for the corporation for one continuous twelve-month period in the previous 36 months.

The L1-A visa grants a maximum stay of up to 7 years. L1-B grants up to 5 years. However, if the employee has previously worked in the US under an H visa, that time may be deducted from the allowed stay.