How to Get a Green Card in New Jersey | Getting a Green Card in New Jersey NJ

Last year in New Jersey there were 55,547 successful Green Card applications. Across the state there are 1,893,186 foreign-born residents, who are from the following regions:

  • 324,654 from Europe
  • 593,031 from Asia
  • 84,592 from Africa
  • 2,957 from Oceania
  • 872,266 from Latin America
  • 15,686 from North America

Candidates researching how to get a Green Card in New Jersey can make an appointment with one of two USCIS field offices located in the state:

  • Mount Laurel Field Office at 530 Fellowship Road Mount Laurel, NJ 08054, serving the counties of:
    • Atlantic
    • Burlington
    • Camden
    • Cape May
    • Cumberland
    • Gloucester
    • Mercer
    • Monmouth
    • Ocean
    • Salem
  • Newark Field Office located at the Peter Rodino Federal Building on 970 Broad Street Newark, NJ 07102, serving the counties of:
    • Bergen
    • Essex
    • Hudson
    • Hunterdon
    • Middlesex
    • Morris
    • Passaic
    • Somerset
    • Sussex
    • Union
    • Warren

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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