Most applicants for U.S. lawful permanent residence ― known as a green card ― are subject to yearly numerical quotas that can result in long waiting times. An applicant usually must qualify for a “preference” based on sponsorship by a family member or business entity. The preference system is complex and the qualification process can be demanding. An experienced attorney can provide invaluable information and guidance.

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