YOUR U.S. GREEN CARD ELIGIBILITY TEST
About your TestSelNxt U.S. Green Card Eligibility Test is to help prospective immigrants inside and outside of the United States, immigration advocates, attorneys, representatives, and law students.
The test covers all possible paths to legal permanent residency (91 immigration categories).
The test provides U.S. government information in a way that is available neither on any government website nor anywhere else.
The first part of the test contains 22 simple multiple choice questions. All you need to do is SELNXT: Select (SEL) answers from a list of choices and press the Next (NXT) button. Based on your answers, the system will make an initial evaluation of your eligibility and determine your options to apply under various immigration classifications.
The second part of the test helps you determine the eligibility for the U.S. permanent residence in detail and provides links to the U.S. government information relevant to each category of eligibility (statutory and regulatory authorities, policies, procedures, online guidance):
- Your step-by-step application process.
- Your immigration forms.
- Your supporting documents.
- Your application processing time.
- Your options to expedite processing.
- Your visa appointment wait times.
- Where to submit your application packet.
- How to submit your application packet.
- How to check your case status online.
- How to ask questions about your case.
- How to verify your immigration status.
- How to apply for or retrieve your Arrival-Departure Record.
- How to request your travel history.
- How to check your travel compliance.
- How to locate an immigration detainee online.
Your optionsOption 1. Run Your Pre-Test: a very brief evaluation of your Green Card eligibility. This may take just 1 munute.
Option 2. Run Your Test: complete and very comprehensive evaluation of your Green Card eligibility. This may take 5-10 munutes.
Option 3. Review all Your 91 Paths to U.S. Green Card.
Option 4. Subscribe to SelNxt E-Newsletter for updates.
Authoritative Sources1. Statutory Authorities:
- U.S. Code (USC).
- Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
- Public Laws Amending the INA.
- Title 6, Code of Federal Regulations (6 CFR).
- Title 8, Code of Federal Regulations (8 CFR).
- Title 22, Code of Federal Regulations (22 CFR).
- Federal Register (FR) Publications (Notices, Proposed Rules, Interim Rules, Final Rules).
4. Class Action Settlement Notices and Agreements.
5. Administrative Decisions by:
- USCIS Administrative Appeals Office (AAO).
- EOIR Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA).
- Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA).
- USCIS Adjudicator's Field Manual.
- USCIS Policy Manual.
- USCIS Policy Memoranda.
- USDOS Foreign Affairs Manual (FAM).
- USDOS Foreign Affairs Handbooks (FAHs).
8. Online Guidance, Advisories, and Publications by:
- Citizenship and Immigration Services (CIS) of U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
- Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) of U.S. DHS.
- Customs and Border Protection (CBP) of U.S. DHS.
- Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR) of U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ).
- Bureau of Consular Affairs (BCA) of U.S. Department of State (DOS).
- Employment & Training Administration (ETA) of U.S. Department of Labor (DOL).
- Board of Alien Labor Certification Appeals (BALCA) of DOL.