For what reasons could they refuse to grant Permanent Residency, or the Green Card?

Question of the day: For what reasons could they refuse to grant Permanent Residency, or the Green Card?

Answer: There are various reasons why Immigration Services could refuse to grant Permanent Residency, or the Green Card.

Among them:

  • Health conditions or contagious diseases.
  • Conviction for a serious criminal offence or multiple convictions for misdemeanors.
  • Questionable moral behavior, such as association to gangs, drug trafficking or ties to totalitarian political parties.
  • Complete reliance on government help such as Welfare and Medicare.
  • Violation of immigration laws, such as application fraud, re-entry into the United States after deportation or false marriages.
  • Application abandonment, not complying with the requests of Immigration Services. Missing appointments, hearings or providing additional documents.
  • Changes to the conditions for which you entered the country or loss of immigration status, exceeding the term of your Visa or failing to inform job changes.
  • Working or traveling outside of the United States without obtaining prior permission.

Remember, it never hurts to seek legal help before starting a request for permanent residency or the Green Gard in the United States.

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