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The process of obtaining permanent residency in the U.S.

There are different methods of obtaining permanent residency in the United States based on the circumstances. One method is through family immigration if a family member is a lawful or permanent resident of the United States. The other method is through an employer in the United States who needs the skills of the immigrant seeking permanent residency in the United States or their green card.

The process of obtaining permanent residency is important to understand for many reasons not the least of which is that it may unite families or determine the livelihood of the immigrant. It is an important process. To promote family unity, U.S. citizens and permanent residents of the United States can petition to bring certain family members to live permanently in the United States. Different waiting periods apply depending on the relationship between the citizen or permanent resident and family member and the immigrant's country of birth.

An employment-based petition is another method of obtaining permanent residency in the U.S. It begins with a labor certificate from the United States Department of Labor. It must be demonstrated that no qualified U.S. workers responded to an advertisement for the position and that the employer will pay the immigrant a prevailing wage for the position. Overall, the immigration process can be complicated but it can help to understand how it works and what to expect.

Whether the petition for permanent residency is based on uniting a family or earning a living in to support a family and other loved ones, the process of obtaining permanent residency in the United States in an important one. As a result, family members, businesses and those seeking permanent residency should all be familiar with their options and the process of obtaining permanent residency in the U.S.

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