It Has Been Over 20 Years Since I Arrived In

The INA allows the United States to grant up to 675,000 permanent immigrant visas each year, and the USCIS issues a Permanent Resident Card (PRC) to each noncitizen who has been admitted for lawful permanent residence. LPRs over 18 can remain outside of the US for up to two years with a re-entry permit. A new proposal aims to make it easier for third-country nationals to acquire EU long-term resident status. This page contains a list of available profiles on LPRs, foreign nationals granted the right to reside permanently in the U.S. A legal permanent resident, or "green card" holder, is defined as a person granted lawful permanent residence. However, a permanent resident who has been outside of the US for more than one year may be at risk of losing their status. A new legislation is being proposed to allow immigrants to claim lawful permanent resident status after living in the US for seven years.

It's clear that you've made significant contributions to your community and the local economy. I'm not in a position to influence legal decisions, but based on my understanding of recent immigration policy efforts, there are ongoing discussions about making it easier for long-term residents to acquire legal permanent resident status. For instance, there's a new proposal that aims to facilitate the process for individuals who have been living in the country for an extended period to attain this status. Nonetheless, I recommend seeking legal counsel, as the specifics of immigration policy can be quite complex. It might be beneficial to consult with an immigration attorney who can provide guidance tailored to your individual circumstances.

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