Obtaining a Green Card allows you to live and work permanently in the United States. It is a lengthy process involving many complicated steps. At Indus Law Firm, we provide precise and timely execution each step of the way so that you and your family are able to become Permanent Residents without any issues or unnecessary delays. At Indus, we put our clients’ peace of mind first. Given the stressful and confusing nature of these applications, and the numerous pathways to permanent residence, we make sure our clients are informed every step of the way and are always available to answer questions or provide updates.

The two most common ways to get a Green Card are through an employer or through a family member. There are also several other categories that apply to more specific categories, such as Special Immigrants or Victims of Abuse. Below, we provide all the possible ways to become a Permanent Resident of the United States.


  • EB-1A Extraordinary Ability
  • EB-1B Outstanding Researcher or Professor
  • EB-1C Multinational Executive or Manager


  • Advanced Degree
  • Exceptional Ability in Sciences, Arts, or Business
  • National Interest Waiver (NIW)
  • Physician NIW


  • Professional 
  • Skilled Worker
  • Unskilled Worker


  • Religious Worker
  • Special Immigrant Juveniles
  • Afghan/Iraqi National 
  • International Broadcaster
  • Retired Officers/Employee of G-4 Organizations/NATO-6 Civilian Employee


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  • Professional Nurses
  • Physical Therapists

Immediate Relatives 

  • Spouses
  • Parents
  • Unmarried Children under 21 years old

Preference Categories

  • F1: Unmarried Sons/Daughters (over 21) of U.S. Citizens
  • F2A: Spouses/Children (unmarried/under 21) of Permanent Residents 
  • F2B: Unmarried Sons/Daughters (over 21) of Permanent Residents
  • F3: Married Sons/Daughters of U.S. Citizens
  • F4: Brothers/Sisters of U.S. Citizens
  • Refugee
  • Asylee
  • Victims of Trafficking (currently have a T visa)
  • Crime Victims (currently have a U visa)
  • Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) Self-Petitioner
  • Special Immigrant Juvenile
  • Abused Spouse/Child of Cuban citizen or Haitian LPR
  • Diversity Lottery
  • Cuban Adjustment Act
  • Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act
  • Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act
  • Indochinese Parole Adjustment Act
  • Native American Born in Canad
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