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A cosa serve e cos’è la Green Card?

La denominazione ufficiale della famosa Carta Verde è in realtà Permesso di Residenza Permanente, o Permanent Residence Permit. Come suggerisce il nome, si tratta quindi di un documento che consente di immigrare e vivere permanente negli USA. Di conseguenza chi possiede questo documento è in regola per lavorare in America.

I titolari della Green Card ricevono una tessera in plastica riportante tutti i suoi principali dati. Proprio dal caratteristico colore verde della tessera deriva dunque il nome di Carta Verde. Con la residenza permanente si acquisiscono numerosi diritti, oltre a quello di potere risiedere negli USA. I possessori di Green Card possono:

  • servire nelle forze armate statunitensi e in alcune agenzie governative;
  • lavorare per qualsiasi datore di lavoro, fatta eccezione, però, per le agenzie federali americane;
  • essere protetti dalla legge federale, statale e locale degli Stati Uniti;
  • viaggiare liberamente fuori dagli USA per un periodo massimo di un anno;
  • richiedere tramite petizione una Carta Verde per, ad esempio, coniugi e figli;

Essere titolari di residenza permanente comporta, tuttavia, anche alcuni doveri:

  • obbedire a tutte le leggi federali, statali e locali statunitensi;
  • completare la propria dichiarazione dei redditi negli Stati Uniti;
  • registrarsi, infine, al Selective Service System, se uomini tra i 18 e i 25 anni.
 

1. Short Stay Visa (Schengen Visa):

The Schengen Agreement establishes a unified type of visa for short stays (up to 90 days) for the participant European countries, Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. 

A Schengen Visa issued by an Embassy or Consulate of the aforementioned countries allows the holder to travel freely throughout all of them. If you intend to visit only one Schengen country, you must apply at the Consulate of that particular country. If you intend to visit several Schengen countries, you must apply at the consulate of your main destination (where you are spending the most days). If you are part of a cruise please note the number of days spent in each port. If you are spending the same amount of days in several countries, you must apply at the consulate of your country of first entry. 
 
US citizens and citizens of other nationalities not included in the list of countries that need visa to cross the Schengen borders can stay up to 90 days for tourist or business purposes without a visa.

 

For a transit airport visa the holders of the travel documents issued by any of the following countries must be in possession of an airport transit visa to go through any of the Schengen countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Ghana, Iran, Irak, Nigeria, Pakistán, Somalia y Sri Lanka.

The holders of the travel documents issued by any of the following countries must be in possession of an airport transit visa to go through Spain: : Cameroon, Republic of Congo, Ivory Coast, Cuba, Djibouti, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, India, Liberia, Mali, Sierra Leone, Syria, Togo, Yemen and those travel documents issued by the Palestinian Authorities.
These nationalities will not need an airport transit visa if the holders are permanent residents in the United States and are in possession of a valid Green Card at the moment of their transit.

 

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