Immigrant Visa Definition

Foreign citizens who want to reside in the United States permanently must first obtain an immigrant visa. This is the first step towards becoming a lawful permanent resident. A immigrant visa is issued when the applicant meets the eligibility requirements, has completed and submitted all necessary forms and additional required evidence necessary for the acquisition of immigrant status.

American immigration law offers several options to immigrants wishing to settle and make a life in the United States permanently:

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