How to Get a Green Card in Florida | Getting a Green Card in Florida FL

Last year there were 109,229 Florida residents who received Green Cards. There are 3,702,627 foreign-born residents in the State of Florida, who were born in the following regions:

  • Europe: 385,293
  • Asia: 369,872
  • Africa: 59,337
  • Oceania: 6,295
  • Latin America: 2,775,815
  • North America: 106,015

USCIS maintains eight field offices in Florida where you can make an appointment for help with immigration services or to ask questions. The offices are located as follows:

  • Hialeah Field Office at 5880 NW 183rd Street Hialeah, Florida 33015 serving the counties of:
    • Broward
    • Miami-Dade (Northern Portion)
  • Kendall Field Office at 14675 SW 120th Street Miami, FL 33186 serving the counties of:
    • Monroe
    • Collier County (Southern Portion)
    • Miami-Dade (Southern Portion)
  • Miami Field Office at 8801 NW 7th Avenue Miami, FL 33150 serving the Northeastern Portion of Miami-Dade County
  • Oakland Park Field Office at 4451 NW 31st Avenue Oakland Park, Florida 33309 serving the counties of:
    • Broward
    • Collier
  • Orlando Field Office at 6680 Corporate Centre Boulevard Orlando, FL 32822 serving the counties of:
    • Brevard
    • Flagler
    • Lake
    • Marion
    • Orange
    • Osceola
    • Seminole
    • Sumter
    • Volusia
  • Tampa Field Office at 5629 Hoover Boulevard Tampa, FL 33634 serving the counties of:
    • Citrus
    • Charlotte
    • Desoto
    • Hardee
    • Hernando
    • Hillsborough
    • Lee
    • Manatee
    • Pasco
    • Pinellas
    • Polk
    • Sarasota
  • West Palm Beach Field Office at 300 Belvedere Road Royal Palm Beach, FL 33411 serving the counties of:
    • Glades
    • Hendry
    • Highlands
    • Indian River
    • Martin
    • Okeechobee
    • Palm Beach
    • Saint Lucie
  • Jacksonville Field Office at 4121 Southpoint Boulevard Jacksonville, FL 32216 serving the counties of:

Alachua County

Baker County

Bay County

Bradford County

Calhoun County

Clay County

Columbia County

Dixie County

Duval County

Flagler County

Franklin County

Gadsden County

Gilchrist County

Gulf County

Hamilton County

Holmes County

Jackson County

Jefferson County

Lafayette County

Leon County

Levy County

Liberty County

Madison County

Nassau County

Okaloosa County

Putnum County

Santa Rosa County

St. Johns County

Suwanee County

Taylor County

Union County

Volusia County

Wakulla County

Walton County

Washington County

Green Card through Marriage

Green Card through Employment

Green Card through Family

Make an appointment in your state or city through InfoPass with USCIS immigration officials

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2 thoughts on “How to Get a Green Card in Florida | Getting a Green Card in Florida FL

  1. Wayne fisher

    We are a family of 4 looking to move to Florida we go out every year but would love to live there. Please could I have some information on how to get things going I also work for Royal Mail which my help is this right. Many thanks wayne

    1. Administrator Post author

      Greetings Wayne,

      Aside from getting transferred to Florida by your employer, I would guess that the best chance you have at moving there is by finding work there. If you invest $500,000 to $1 million in the US you can also get a Green Card.

      This page details getting started on the employment route:

      It’s not easy and will take time and research, but many have succeeded this way. Best of luck.


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