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New Jersey Green Card Attorney

Immigration Assistance for Permanent Residency

When a person is eligible through marriage, family or employment to become a legal permanent resident of the United States, he or she may apply to adjust status from within the US or at a US Consulate abroad for permission to enter the US as a lawful permanent resident. After being granted permanent residency, they will be given a permanent alien registration card, known as a green card. This card indicates that the holder has been granted immigration benefits and is allowed to live and work in the United States.

Permanent resident cards are issued for 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely as long as the resident remains in good standing. If the card is obtained through marriage and the marriage is less than 2 years old at the time of the grant the card will be conditional and it will require an additional filing prior to the expiration date to make it permanent.

Our New Jersey Immigration Lawyer has helped thousands of clients with green card applications. Contact our firm today!

Naturalization & Citizenship Eligibility

If an individual meets the qualifications he or she may be eligible for naturalization. Individuals who remain married to a U.S. citizen may apply after three years of having a green card, if divorced, five years. In all other cases, individuals may have to wait five years. Whatever your circumstances, the New Jersey immigration attorney at The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. can help.

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The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. is here to help!

Since 1987, we have helped thousands of clients find solutions to their immigration issues. When it comes to obtaining a green card and taking the step toward naturalized citizenship, we know that early preparation and careful planning can help to ensure that your application is handled correctly and effectively. Our immigration lawyer in New Jersey has valuable knowledge and years of experience to guide you through the process. Careful preparation and proper handling of the application may save you time and money, and reduce unnecessary anxiety.

  • Here are just some of the ways we assist clients with the process:
  • Careful assessment of green card eligibility for you and family members
  • Evaluation of travel, employment, and criminal background
  • Correct application preparation and speedy processing with USCIS
  • Predict and address problems that may arise with the application
  • Minimize risks of deportation and other errors
  • Prepare you for the status interview and additional requests

Why hire a lawyer for a green card case?

Not all immigration services may be authorized to assist with legal issues. In New Jersey, a Notary Public is not required to be a qualified attorney, and working with these individuals may cause more harm than good. As a legal professional with years of training, legal knowledge, and litigation experience, the New Jersey immigration lawyer at our firm is qualified to help individuals who may be seeking help with legal issues concerning immigration law. Our team has already helped hundreds of green card applicants in the New Jersey and New York area.

The Law Offices of Lloyd E. Bennett, Esq., P.C. is dedicated to providing exceptional legal assistance for green card applications. Schedule a case evaluation today! SE HABLA ESPANOL