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How to Get a Green Card, 13th edition.

How to Get a Green Card, 13th edition

Ilona Bray, J.D. & Loida Nicolas Lewis, J.D., authors

Updated by Attorney Kristina Gasson

Nolo Press

950 Parker Street, Berkeley, CA 94710

www.nolo.com

9781413325379 $39.99 pbk $34.19 Kindle amazon.com

Now in an updated 13th edition, How to Get a Green Card a user-friendly, step-by-step guide to determining whether one is eligible for permanent residence in the United States, and successfully applying for a "green card" document that grants that permission. Chapters offer in- depth assistance for filling out application forms, including plenty of sample forms. Since American law is constantly changing, How to Get a Green Card comes with free legal updates on immigration rules, accessible via the publisher's Nolo.com website. "Nonattorney practitioners, visa consults, [etc.] litter the immigration marketplace ... be wary especially if they promise you a green card without any hassle for a certain amount of money. Aside from the fact that it is unlawful to practice immigration law without being admitted by a state bar association, there is no way you can check on these individuals' expertise, and nowhere to complain if their services are poor." An index rounds out this absolute "must-have" for anyone considering earning their own green card.

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