Los Angeles, also known as L.A., is the second largest city in the United States (after New York). Most immigrants to the United States arrive in Los Angeles and many of them stay here. If you want to immigrate to the U.S., you will need the Green Card. What is it? The green card is also known as legal permanent residence (LPR), immigrant visa, Alien Registration Card, Lawful permanent resident “LPR” card, or USCIS Form I-551, among other common names for the status as a green card holder. The legal permanent resident status with a green card allows you to live permanently in the United States with many rights and responsibilities, including the legal right to work and study in the United States.
The city is also famous for its two Olympic Games (1932 and 1984). Two prominent and the most famous places in L.A. are Hollywood and Disneyland.
Disneyland is situated in Anaheim, just a little south of the City of Los Angeles. The park opened on July 17, 1955 and was the first Disney Park in the world. It has been visited by more than 500,000,000 people and has several theme parks: Adventureland, Critter Country, Fantasyland, Frontierland, Main Street U.S.A., Mickey’s Toontown, New Orleans Square, Tomorrowland.
Hollywood is a district of Los Angeles and for a long time it was nothing more but the name of a ranch. In the early 1900s, however, movie companies decided to move from New York and New Jersey to California where they had more space and better weather. Nestor Studios were the first to settle in the area. But more and more followed and now Hollywood is famous all over the world for its movie studios and stars. On the Walk of Fame (along Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street) more than 2,000 celebrities are honored with a star.
In order to immigrate to the United States and live here permanently, non-U.S. citizens should apply for Green Card before traveling to U.S.
For more information, visit http://www.usimmigrationapplication.org/green-card/green-card-application