General Green Card Questions & Answers
Through your family
Through your job
Through your finance or spouse
Through refugee or asylum status
Through special immigration juvenile status
Through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
There is no one answer to this question, as it is dependent on the Green Card pathway you are pursuing. If you are aiming for an asylum-based Green Card, you will have a whole different set of requirements than someone applying through their job. To better understand the requirements for each pathway, contacting an immigration law specialist is the right decision.
The answer to this depends on whether or not you have a US visa that allows you to work in the country. If not, then you’ll need a work permit, and applying for these is a months-long procedure.