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Who Gets A Green Card?: Various Other Categories

If you…

Are a Liberian national who has been continuously physically present in the U.S. since Nov. 20, 2014, you can file for a green card under the Liberian Refugee Immigration Fairness (LRIF)

Are the spouse, child under age 21, or unmarried son or daughter over the age of 21 of a qualifying Liberian under LRIF. You can file for your green card.

Won what is commonly referred to as the Green Card Lottery you file for your residency under the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program .

Are a Cuban native or citizen, or the spouse or child of a Cuban native or citizen or the abused spouse or child of a Cuban native or citizen you may qualify for a green card under the Cuban Adjustment Act.

The spouse or child of a lawful permanent resident who received his or her Green Card under the Haitian Refugee Immigration Fairness Act (HRIFA) you may also qualify for a green card under that Act.

Were a Lautenberg parolee . This  Act  allowed certain religious minorities from the former Soviet Union, Estonia, Latvia, or Lithuania who  were paroled into the United States on a humanitarian basis to file for residency. 

A native or citizen of Vietnam, Kampuchea (Cambodia), or Laos who was paroled into the U.S. on or before Oct. 1, 1997 from Vietnam under the Orderly Departure Program, a refugee camp in East Asia, or a displaced person camp administered by UNHCR in Thailand you can file for your Green Card under the Indochinese Parole Adjustment Act of 2000

An American Indian born in Canada, who possesses at least 50% American Indian blood, and maintain their principal residence in the United States can file for their Green Card.

Were born in the United States to a foreign diplomatic officer who was stationed in the U.S. at the time of your birth you may be eligible to file for permanent residency.

Were stationed in the United States as a foreign diplomat or high ranking official and are unable to return home you may be eligible to file for permanent residency.

If you don't qualify under this list don't worry. There are dozens of other ways for an experienced Immigration lawyer to get you a green card.

You can read our entire series, "Who Gets A Green Card?" below:

Who Gets A Green Card? : Through a Job or Job Offer

 Who Gets a Green Card?: Special Immigrants

Who Gets A Green Card? : People Granted Political Asylum and Refugees

 Who Gets a Green Card?: Trafficking and Crime Victims

 Who Gets A Green Card?: Victims of Abuse

 Who Gets A Green Card?: Those Residing Here Since 1972

 Who Gets A Green Card?: Various Other Categories

 Who Gets A Green Card?: Amnesty

Who Gets A Green Card? : Through Family Relationships

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