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It is important to understand what type of green card to get

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Whenever a person or family pursues an employment green card to work in the United States, the process of obtaining one can be difficult and confusing for anyone, especially if English isn’t a person’s first language. It can also take a long time to obtain certain types of green cards, compared to other types. It is important for any immigrant seeking an employment green card or wishing to work in Maryland in a certain industry to understand the process and different types of work visas that there are.

There are differences between green cards for unskilled workers and professional workers. There are special groups who are considered for professional employment green cards apart from others. There may be special considerations for some of those types of professionals, such as those in the medical field.

There are also other groups that may seek and be approved for employment-based visas. Professionals in the research field or professors may be prioritized and able to obtain EB-1 and EB-2 visas. Also, government workers of certain types of religious workers may get an employment-based green card.

While some may refer to all immigration visas as a green card, it is important to know the difference and which group may qualify for what kind. Discussing any green card issue with a knowledgeable legal professional is always a good option. Our Maryland firm has some helpful information on our website that pertains to the different types of green cards and what groups may qualify to obtain a work visa.

Source: law4immigration.com, "Washington D.C. Employment Based Green Card Attorney", , Aug. 31, 2014

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