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Q. How Can an Alien Become a Legal Permanent Resident or Green Card Holder?
A. To become a legal permanent resident, an alien must first be admitted as an immigrant. There are two basic methods for obtaining an immigrant visa: 1) through family relationship with a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident, or 2) through employment.
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