Legal Assistance To Obtain And Renew Green Cards

Green Cards are an important step to gaining permanent legal residency in the U.S. When the stakes are this high, you want an attorney who will guide you through the process to ensure that you take the proper steps.

Our five-member attorney team has handled hundreds of immigration cases. We will use our experience to advocate for you. For experienced green card legal representation, contact Hogan & Vandenberg, LLC. We have offices in both Delaware and Pennsylvania, and we serve clients in New Jersey, Maryland and Virginia.

Getting A Green Card In The United States

A green card is a U.S. Permanent Resident Card that allows you to live in the U.S. even if you are not a citizen. There are six ways to obtain a green card:

  • Family
  • Employment (EB-1-3)
  • Asylum
  • Visa lottery
  • Victim of a crime or trafficking
  • EB-5 investor

While the process for obtaining a green card is not especially complex, certain issues such as a criminal record can prevent you from getting a green card. When you apply for a green card, we offer convenient and knowledgeable legal assistance to answer all of your immigration questions.

Green Card Renewal In The United States

You can renew a conditional green card. If you received the card because of marriage, then the green card is conditional for the first two years of marriage. The government uses this conditional period to ensure that the marriage is for legitimate, not fraudulent, purposes.

We will help you in lifting the conditional period on your green card. If you are no longer married during that two-year period, you have to prove that your marriage was in good faith to lift the condition.

Another way to renew a green card is if extreme hardship would occur if you left the U.S. Regardless of your reason for renewing your green card, we can help. We will file the paperwork and answer all of your questions.

Contact A Delaware Or Pennsylvania Green Card Lawyer

If you have questions about green cards and U.S. immigration law, contact Hogan & Vandenberg, LLC. We accept credit cards, charge reasonable and competitive rates, and will credit our reasonable consultation fee back to you if you hire us. We are available for evening and weekend appointments.

Our attorneys and support staff speak 10 languages, including Spanish, French, Korean, Russian, Bosnian, Arabic, Italian, Urdu and Gujarati. To contact us, call our Delaware office at 302-225-2734 or our Pennsylvania address at 610-664-6271.