Pre-Test Evaluation of Your Green Card Eligibility
Briefly review the checklist below prior to running the complete test. It may take about one minute. If at least one checklist item applies to you, you may be eligible for U.S. Green Card and it is reasonable to run the complete test. For most categories your family members can get green cards as derivative beneficiaries.
1. Green Card by education or experience:
- At least high school or equivalent.
- At least two years of work experience.
- Physical therapist.
- Medical nurse.
- International broadcaster.
- Manager or executive.
- Religious worker.
- Prizes or awards (national or international).
- My publications.
- Publications about me.
- Participations in judging the work of others.
- Work for distinguished organizations.
- Membership in professional associations.
- Licenses or certifications.
- High salaries or other remunerations.
- Other professional achievements.
- Any country of former Soviet Union: Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belorussia (Belarus), Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kirghizia (Kyrgyzstan ), Latvia, Lithuania, Moldavia (Moldova ), Russia, Tadzhikistan (Tajikistan), Turkmenistan, Ukraine, UzbekistanLatvia.
- Any country of the former Eastern bloc: Albania, Bulgaria, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Yugoslavia.
- Some Caribbean countries: Cuba, Haiti.
- Some Central American countries: Guatemala, Salvador.
- Some Asian countries: Cambodia, Korea, Laos, Vietnam, Thailand.
- Canada (American Indian born in Canada).
5. Green Card by U.S. immigration status of your (current, prospective or former) family member:
- U.S. citizen.
- U.S. permanent resident (Green Card holder).
- Applicant for U.S. permanent residency (Green Card).
- Family member means (current, prospective or former) spouse, parent, son, daughter, brother or sister.
- Former relationship means relationship terminated by death, divorce, annulment, or adoption.
- Prospective relationship means relationship by marriage or adoption.
- Parent means genetic, gestational, surrogate, social, adoptive, or stepparent.
- Child means genetic, gestational, surrogate, social, adopted, or stepchild.
- Brother or sister means full brother or full sister, half-brother or half-sister; maternal or paternal; genetic, gestational, surrogate, social, adoptive, or stepbrother or stepsister.
7. Green Card by investing into the U.S.
8. Green Card by history of work for U.S. or international organizations (yourself or family members):
- U.S. Armed Forces.
- U.S. government in Iraq.
- U.S. government in Afghanistan.
- International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan.
- Panama Canal or Canal Zone.
- U.S. Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
- Other work for U.S. government or international organizations.
- Parolee from Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos.
- Parolee from former Soviet Union.
- Asylee or Refugee.
- T or U visa.
- A-1, A-2, G-1, or G-2 visa.
- Since Jan. 1, 1972.
- Since my birth to a foreign diplomat.
- For at least ten years.
Your optionsOption 1. Run Your Test: complete and very comprehensive evaluation of your Green Card eligibility. This may take 5-10 munutes.
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