Your Legal Guide To The Immigration Process

Helping Immigrants Gain Permanent Residency

Obtaining a green card or becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States are dreams that many immigrants harbor. At Salah Immigration Law in Atlanta, we understand the importance of this goal. Attorney Ayan Salah has traveled the globe and connected with prospective immigrants from dozens of countries, particularly those in Africa and the Middle East. If you want to become a permanent resident of the U.S., work with her for dedicated and compassionate service to help you fulfill your dream.

Green Card Vs. Citizenship: What Is The Difference?

The first step toward citizenship is to secure a green card. Also known as a permanent residency card, a green card allows you to work and live in the U.S. permanently. You must first receive a green card to become a naturalized citizen. Some of the most common ways to do this include:

  • Getting a visa as a relative of a permanent U.S. resident
  • Coming to the U.S. on an F-1 student visa and finding a permanent job
  • Getting an employee visa
  • Winning the U.S. Department of State’s green card lottery
  • Investing $500,000 to $1 million in an American commercial enterprise

To become a naturalized citizen, you must take a naturalization test and have a personal interview, among other steps. As a citizen, you have additional rights that green card holders do not have, such as the right to vote.

Making It Easier And Less Stressful

We strive to guide you through the green card and/or naturalization process with as much ease and as little stress as possible. Ayan has helped countless clients gain permanent residency in Georgia. She serves as an adviser and guide who also treats you with compassion during an often difficult period in your life. You can rely on her and Salah Immigration Law for knowledgeable assistance with every step of this or another immigration concern.

Ask Whether A Green Card Or Citizenship Is Possible For You

You can learn more about your options by speaking with Ayan in person or over the phone in an initial consultation. To set up your consultation, please call 678-968-1439 or send her an email.