The Immigration and Nationality Act allows foreigners to able to immigrate to the United States based on a relationship to a U.S. citizen or a legal permanent resident.
This can include sponsorship for spouses, children, parents, and siblings to be able to become legal residents of the United States.
U.S. Immigration law allows foreign citizens a variety of ways to work in the United States either by Employment-Based Immigrant Visas or Green Card for Employment-Based Immigrants.
The options available to an individual will be dependent on the type of work the individual is engaged in.
Green Card is officially known as a Permanent Resident Card. Having a green card allows an individual to legally live and work permanently in the United States.
The steps to apply for a Green Card will vary on an individual’s own situation.