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green card in Citizenship topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishgreen cardˌgreen ˈcard noun [countable]  1 PGCBECa document that a foreigner must have in order to work legally in the US2 TTDLTa British motor insurance document that you need when you drive in a country that is not a member of the European Union
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green cardIt takes an average of nine months to get a green card application processed, officials said.Q.. What is the penalty for those who marry only to obtain a green card for one of the spouses?I touched my green card in my jacket pocket and felt the plastic protective cover between my fingers.But applicants will be given a receipt, along with their old green card, to use as proof of legal residency.Mr Premji apparently told him that the green card scheme was bureaucratic and unworkable.