Aside from obtaining a Green Card through family, through employment, or through refugee status, there are several other ways to get a Green Card. Under certain circumstances, you can qualify as a member of the armed forces, through the lottery, or if you assisted law enforcement. Each of these avenues have conditions that must be met.

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Members of the Armed Forces
You can obtain a Green Card if you are a member of the armed forces for over 12 years.  You must be a national of a country that has a treaty with the U.S. which allows you to enlist in the armed forces in addition to being recommended by the executive branch of the armed services.

Diversity Lottery Program (a.k.a. Green Card Lottery)

You can obtain a Green Card through the Diversity Visa Lottery Program. This program gives the opportunity for citizens of other countries with low immigration rates to the U.S. to come to the U.S.   You can apply online through the Department of State and file Form I-485. There are 50,000 Diversity Visas available.  

Assisting Law Enforcement
You can obtain a Green Card if you have assisted a law enforcement agency as a witness or informant.  File Form I-854 to qualify.

There are more ways to get a Green Card. These can be found by visiting the USCIS website.

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