What is the Difference Between a Green Card and a Visa?

A green card, also known as a permanent resident card, is a document that allows a person to live and work in the United States forever. A visa is a temporary document that permits a person to visit the United States for a specific reason, such as tourism, study, or employment. Contact us to schedule a consultation; our lawyers can tell you more about the difference between a green card and a visa during our office hours.