How to activate a green card?

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Answered: Constructing a Villa with a Green Roof

The primary necessity to construct a villa with a green roof is to evaluate whether building structure can bear the load of the living roof. There are numerous benefits of green roof. Few advantages are listed here -- Lowers temperature of the building, provides insulation, filtering carbon and ...

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Answered: Green card

Green Card is an important document possessed by every foreign national who has granted lawful status in United States. You have to replace with New Green Card if its lost or stolen by Filing Form I -90 .

Answered: E-card identification

Usually you have to click on a link to see the card. The number probably only identifies that it is the 12,345th one sent on a particular day. They then match it up with the selected design, name and message.

Answered: I am a British Citizen with a Green Card

I'm pretty sure you will need to re-apply but I'd suggest contacting an immigration attorney to confirm this. Good luck.

Answered: How can a dental assistant get a green card?

If your still not in the US first you need to have a employer for you to have a green card .
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Howh long it take to get green card after marriage with us citizen on

It depend on your current status. Assuming you are now in the US normally the adjustment of Status takes 4-6 months.

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You can activate it by phone or online at American Express gift card .

H1B visa applying for Green Card

If you switch a job it will not affect your status as long as your new H1B Visa employer file a new Form I-129 petition the moment you start working with your new employer. Since the H1B is considered as "dual intent" I think it won't affect your Green card application.

After the employer has applied for the green card ...

It depends on what type of green card you have.