U.S. Green Card holders can live long-term in any of the 50 states in the United States; legally work and/or start a business in the USA; access educational programs; get a Social Security Card; open a bank account, apply for a driver’s license in the state where they live; travel from and return to the United States (according to certain regulations); receive Social Security and Medicare benefits (if eligible); and apply for U.S. citizenship and an American passport after living in the United States five years and meeting other criteria.
USAFIS: What are the benefits of having a Green Card?
While living in the US seems impossible to many, USAFIS’s goal is to help make your dreams come true by supporting you throughout the Green Card Lottery application process.
Recent wage increases have set a record dating back over twenty years. The ability of workers to demand higher pay is apparent with the increases.
Wages in the United States are rising much faster after the global pandemic recession than the recovery from the 2008-2009 Great Recession. The government stimulus