Category Archives: Permanent Resident

A Green Card Holder and Absent from the US for more than 180 days? Beware.

One of the biggest misconceptions about immigration law is that a green card is the same as citizenship  –only without a passport or the ability to vote. But what many permanent residents do not realize is that they can be … Continue reading

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Myth #2: A green card = Citizenship – US Passport – Voting Right

Another myth that we often encounter is the belief that having a green card is almost the equivalent of US citizenship.  People think that with the exception of having a US passport and the right to vote, being a permanent … Continue reading

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