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Green Card

A Permanent Resident Card, also known as a "Green Card" is issued by the United States to resident aliens who have met the conditions and been granted permanent resident status in the U.S.

The term "green card" comes from the color of the original cards that were issued.  The green card was (and still is) a coveted item for a non-U.S. Citizen to possess.  Although the resident alien need not carry a valid card on his or her person, he or she must have ready access to the card and be able to present it upon demand by proper authorities.

Many countries are beginning to require that a national identification card be issued to all of their citizens for easy proof of citizenship.  The issuance of such a national ID card has been resisted in the United States over privacy fears.  At the present time, the most often used form of identification carried by U.S. Citizens is their State issued drivers license.  Of course, these licenses offer no proof of U.S. citizenship and are easily obtained by illegal aliens.

 

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Syrian Family Reunited In Chicago Awaits Green Cards Chicago Tribune
Chicago Tribune Syrian family reunited in Chicago awaits green cards Chicago Tribune Fattoum Bakir and her husband, Khaled Haj Khalaf, in their home in Skokie on Jan. 7, 2018. The Haj Khalaf family fled their native Syria, lived in a Turkish refugee camp and came to the United States, where they are adjusting to new lives. Nancy Stone

21st Birthday Wonapost Keep Child Of US Citizen From Getting Green Card New ...
New York Daily News 21st birthday won39t keep child of US citizen from getting green card New York Daily News A. Despite your current age, you qualify for a green card as the unmarried child of a U.S. citizen. You qualify to immigrate as an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen, a category with no quota limitations. Under the Child Status Protection Act, the

Green Card Aposloopholeapos May Complicate DACA Debate AZCentral.com AZCent...
AZCentral.com Green card 39loophole39 may complicate DACA debate AZCentral.com AZCentral.com While DACA recipients anxiously wait to see if Congress passes legislation allowing them to stay permanently in the U.S., some already can. and more raquo

New House Bill Grants More Green Cards For HighlySkilled Workers India West
India West New House Bill Grants More Green Cards for Highly Skilled Workers India West Four Republican members of the House introduced the 39Securing America39s Future Act39 Jan. 10, providing a mixed bag for Indian Americans by adding 55,000 more green cards for skilled foreign workers but eliminating family based immigration, except for and more raquo

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