One way of getting a "Green Card", which is the commonly used term for a permanent resident card, is through employment. There are various categories of employees. Domestic employees and unskilled labor form one of the many employment based categories through which a person can apply for a green card.
Domestic workers and unskilled laborers need to be sponsored by an employer. The employee should have a job offer and also be qualified enough to perform unskilled labor which is not on a temporary basis. To qualify to apply for a green card under this category, first the employer should have filed for and got an approved Labor Certification Application. This application has to be filed with and approved by the Department of Labor. This certification proves that the job was offered by the U.S. employer and that there have been no U.S. workers who were willing to take up this job.
Once the beneficiary has received the Labor Certification, he/she has to wait for a visa to become available. The eligibility requirements for this category are not as stringent as those for other employment based categories. However, there is a huge backlog in this category and it could take quite a while before a visa becomes available.
If you are a domestic worker or other "unskilled" laborer you may become a permanent resident by applying for a Green Card for Domestic Employee or Unskilled Labor Applicant. You can find in this kit all that you need to initiate this process today.
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