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Permanent Residence Visa Attorney in El Paso

Are you trying to achieve permanent residency?

A person who has attained permanent residence status is authorized to live and work in the U.S. permanently. Permanent residency must be maintained and under certain circumstances it can be revoked. Once attained and held for five years (or less under certain circumstances), the holder may apply for citizenship or naturalization. The official permanent resident card is commonly known as a green card. It is your proof that you have been authorized to live and work in this country. If you are a loved one would like to apply for permanent residency, you should seek the services of an El Paso immigration lawyer in our office. While the process can be complex and lengthy, having a confident and effective legal team on your side that is experienced and proven in immigration law will greatly simplify and speed the process. No attorney can ever promise or guarantee a certain outcome, but we know from our combined 100 years of experience in immigration law that having a trusted legal professional working for your best interests is the wisest course of action.

El Paso Permanent Residence Visa Lawyer

Gaining permanent residency can be a huge and important milestone in an immigrant's life. In addition to being able to live and work in the country, permanent resident status can also give one eligibility for student loans and government grants; the right to own and operate your own business; eligibility for social security, health benefits and retirement; and, the ability to sponsor the immigration of a spouse or young child. You want to make sure that you are given every possible opportunity for success in your application process. The guidance and skill that can be provided by an energetic and determined immigration attorney is very valuable.

Contact an El Paso immigration attorney today to discuss the process of gaining permanent residency for you or a loved one.

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Maney Gordon - El Paso Immigration Attorney
Located at 1535 Hawkins Boulevard, Suite A, El Paso, TX 79925.
Phone: (888) 630-4882.
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