How do I get a green card through amnesty?

New Jersey Amnesty Lawyers

Back in 1986, a law was passed which allows unlawful foreign national residents who have been in the country before 1982 to obtain a green card by applying for amnesty. The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (known as the INS back then) became very critical and strict when implementing the law, which caused the Federal Court to create some regulative procedures. Due to this law and the success of the lawsuits that followed, millions of undocumented, unlawful foreign nationals could now apply to become legal American citizens.

If you or a loved one is a foreign national who has been in the country illegally from before 1982, you can apply for a green card under amnesty. At the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., our tenacious, highly skilled amnesty lawyers can represent clients in any court in New Jersey. To see what our law firm can do for you, schedule a free initial consultation with one of our experienced Bergen County amnesty attorneys at 732-383-6242.

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