Our Videos

FAQ / I AM A REFUGEE. HOW DO I BECOME A PERMANENT RESIDENT?


A refugee or asylee may apply for permanent resident status in the U.S. one year after being granted asylum or refugee status. If you are a refugee, you are required by law to apply for permanent resident status one year after being granted / entering the U.S. in refugee status. If you are an asylee, you are not required to apply for permanent resident status after being granted asylum for one year. However, it may be in your best interest to do so.

 




Testimonials

AnnaMaria Realbuto
Thank you for all your assistance and efficiency...
Read More »
Kateryna Melnychenko
Thanks a lot Anton!...
Read More »
Rani Payne
Thank you so much! Iím sure I will be in touch again with something else that will need to be apost...
Read More »
Serge Bauer Law
Thank you again for your help with this case!...
Read More »



FAQ

Can I apply online for my business permit?
Read More »
How is the cap gap Form I-20 endorsed to indicate employment authorization?
Read More »
How can outsourcing provide cost savings? What are the benefits and possible risks?
Read More »
Q. I received a stimulus payment and I want to verify that it is correct. How do I figure the payment, myself?
Read More »






News

December 4, 23
MO woman spends 5 years trying to get her nameless grandson a name and a birth certificate
Read More »
November 30, 23
New York enacts clean slate legislation for old criminal records
Read More »
November 29, 23
Russian soldier forges death certificate to dodge Ukraine War
Read More »
November 27, 23
GA burglars steal birth certificates and social security cards during house break-in
Read More »