Green Card through a Job Offer by Immigration Attorney in Fresno

ByPhillip Kim

Green Card through a Job Offer by Immigration Attorney in Fresno

If you want to apply for a green card (permanent residence) based on the fact that you have

a permanent employment opportunity in the United States,
or if you are an employer that wants to sponsor someone for a green card based on

permanent employment in the United States, you must go through the following processes.

Unless you are eligible to petition for yourself most employment petitions require a job offer

and require that the employer petition for the worker. Most employers petition for an

employee use Petition for Alien Worker. For more information on how to petition for an

employee, Contact:
Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim
(559) 761-9742
http://PhillipKimLaw.com/

Application Process

If You Are Living Outside the United States

You can become a permanent resident through consular processing when living outside the

United States. Consular processing is when works with the Department of State to issue a

visa on an approved petition when a visa is available. For more information on consular

processing, Contact: “Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim”
Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim

If You Are Living in the United States

You can become a permanent resident through adjustment of status when living inside the

United States. Once the Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, is approved and a visa

number is available you can apply , Application to Register Permanent Residence or Adjust

Status, to become a permanent resident. For more information, Contact:
“Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim”
Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim

Supporting Evidence For Form I-485
You should submit the following evidence with your Form I-485:

◆ Evidence of inspection, admission or parole into the United States.
◆ If you have already been approved for an immigrant petition, submit a copy of the

approval notice sent to you
◆ Job offer letter from your employer
◆ Two color photos taken within 30 days, ◆Biographic Data Sheet (for applicants between

the ages of 14 and 79),
◆ Medical Examination (not required if you are applying based on continuous residence

since before 1972, or if you have had a medical exam based on a fiancé visa),
◆ Affidavit of Support (completed by the sponsor)
◆ This requirement will not apply to you if you are adjusting based on employment petition

unless you or a relative own a percentage of the employer company
◆ Any other evidence establishing eligibility

For More Information, Please Contact:
Fresno Immigration Attorney Phillip Kim
(559) 761-9742
http://PhillipKimLaw.com/

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