The US Green Card, also known as the
permanent resident card, gives the holder permanent residence in the United
States. As a Green Card holder, you can legally live and work in the United States. You
can also travel in and out of the country more freely.
As Green Card holder, you as an applicant must
belong to one of the immigrant categories outlined in the Immigration and
Nationality Act (INA). It is common to obtain a Green Card by marriage, employment,
investment, family, refugee status, or through some other pre-established
Applicants must be admissible into the United States in order to qualify for a US Green Card. This means that there must be no security, health, or criminal issues which would make you as an applicant ineligible to enter the US.