A lawful permanent resident (“LPR”) or “green card” holder is a person who has been granted legal permanent residence in the United States. This status confers the ability for an individual to live and work permanently in the U.S. In addition, a LPR may own property, attend school and join the Armed Forces. Green card […]Read More
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