The process for obtaining a green card in the United States varies by the eligibility category of the application and depends on whether the applicant is living inside the country already, notes U.S. Citizenship and Immi... More »

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A green card is a form of photo identification that shows that a non-citizen is a legal permanent resident of the United States, reports the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Most immigrants obtain green cards throug... More »

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The green card application process can take anywhere from several months to years, depending on an applicant's country of birth and specific type of application, according to The University of Chicago. People from countr... More »

As of 2015, the total amount due when submitting an application to replace an expired green card or one set to expire within six months is $450, notes U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. This fee is the composite ... More »

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services can waive the fee for an appeal or motion for a denied application if they were able to waive the original green card application fee according to USCIS.gov. An appeal or motion ... More »

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As of December 2015, the fee for a green card application is $165 and is used to process the applicant's visa, according to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS. Applicants are advised to pay the fee befor... More »

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The green card application process can take anywhere from several months to years, depending on an applicant's country of birth and specific type of application, according to The University of Chicago. People from countr... More »