Immigration | Bankruptcy | Personal Injury | Criminal Defense | Family Law |Attorneys at Wani and Associates
Mumtaz A. Wani is licensed to practice law in Commonwealth of Virginia, State of Maryland and Courts in India. Mr. Wani ‘s practice concentrates on Immigration Law, Family Law, Personal injury, Bankruptcy, International Trade and Corporate Law. Mr. Wani has represented Domestic and International Companies in Commercial Disputes. With over 27 years of legal experience, Mr. Wani has represented hundreds of International clients as well as Northern Virginia, Maryland, and Washington DC metropolitan area residents in complex legal areas to maximize their opportunities in the fields of immigration law, family law, and corporate law, while minimizing their risks. Mr. Wani is a graduate of the George Washington University School of Law. He is an member of the Virginia Bar association, Maryland Bar Association, New Delhi Bar Council, International Bar Association. He has over 27 years of legal experience. Mr. Wani ‘s advice on legal matters is solicited on regular basis on TV and Radio programs. He also publishes his legal advice in local journals and newspapers.
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Immigration and Citizenship Attorney
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- Languages spoken: English, Spanish, Urdu, Hindi
A United States Permanent Resident Card, also known as a Green card, is an identification card attesting to the permanent resident status of an alien in the United States of America. Green card also refers to an immigration process of becoming a permanent resident. The green card serves as proof that its holder, a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR), has been officially granted immigration benefits, which include permission to reside and take employment in the USA. The holder must maintain permanent resident status, and can be removed from the US if certain conditions of this status are not met.
Green cards were formerly issued by the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS). That agency has been absorbed into and replaced by the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services (BCIS), part of the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Shortly after re-organization BCIS was renamed to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
An alien with a green card application can obtain two important permits while the case is pending. The first is a temporary work permit known as the Employment Authorization Document (EAD), which allows the alien to take employment in the United States. The second is a temporary travel document, advance parole, which allows the alien to re-enter the United States.
Types of Immigration U. S.
Immigration legislation in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) stipulates that an alien may obtain permanent resident status only through the course of the following proceedings:
•Immigration through a family member
•Immigration through employment
•Immigration through investment
•Immigration through the Diversity Lottery
•Immigration through “The Registry” provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act