"Green Card" is the commonly used term for a permanent resident card. Persons who have been granted permanent resident status in the United States are given a "Green Card" as proof of their status. There are several ways to get a Green Card, the most common ones being through family sponsorship and through employment.
US citizens and permanent residents can sponsor their family members for Green Cards. Those who possess United States citizenship can sponsor their spouses, children, parents, and siblings. Green Card holders can sponsor their spouses and children.
US citizens over the age of 21 can sponsor their parents for a Green Card. Parents of US citizens fall under the "Immediate Relative" category, which means there is no wait time for a visa number. The US citizen sponsor has to file Form I-130 with the USCIS to establish the relationship between the sponsor and the beneficiary. Once this is approved, the parent(s) can apply to adjust status to permanent resident if they are already within the US. Otherwise, they can apply for an immigration visa at a US consulate abroad. With the immigration visa they can cross the port of entry to the US as permanent residents to live and work in the US.
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