Legal Personal Representative. The legal personal representative is a person appointed to act on behalf of another person or their estate. In relation to superannuation, the LPR is normally the executor, executrix or administrator of a deceased person's estate. See section 10 of the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993
Legal Permanent Residents. Status granted to immigrants by either the U.S. State Department abroad or by the INS in the U.S. The two most typical ways to obtain LPR statuses are (1) being related to a U.S. citizen or LPR (family unification) or (2) having job skills that are needed by a U.S. employer. Other ways to obtain LPR status include: having refugee status or asylum for one year, winning a slot in the visa lottery, being granted amnesty due to having lived a long time in the U.S., or being given the status by an immigration judge on the basis of hardship or other reasons.
U.S. Legal Permanent Resident (has Green card).
Lawful Permanent Resident. Foreign-born individuals who have been admitted to reside permanently in the United States.
Lawful Permanent Resident. A person who has immigrated legally but is not an American citizen. This person has been admitted to the U.S. as an immigrant and has a green card. This person is also called a legal permanent resident, a green card holder, a permanent resident alien, a legal permanent resident alien (LPRA) and resident alien permit holder.
Lawful Permanent Resident alien. An alien who has been lawfully given the privilege of residing permanently in the United States. See: Citizenship / Alien Status; Refugee Program
"An alien who has been lawfully accorded the privilege of residing permanently in the U.S. as an immigrant." May also refer to the process of obtaining LPR. May Also Be Known As: PR, Permanent Residence, Permanent Resident, Legal Permanent Residence, Legal Permanent Resident
Lawful Permanent Resident. Any person not a citizen of the United States who is residing the in the U.S. under legally recognized and lawfully recorded permanent residence as an immigrant. Also known as "Permanent Resident Alien," "Resident Alien Permit Holder," and "Green Card Holder."
Lawful Permanent Resident. A non-citizen who has received permanent authorization to live and work in this country (unless s/he commits a deportable crime). The most common ways to obtain a visa for lawful permanent residence are through a petition by a close family member (family based visa), a petition by an employer for certain professions (employment-based visa), or a grant of asylum. LPRs receive a "green card" to prove their status.
lawful permanent resident. Status allows a non citizen to remain in the U.S. permanently and, under certain conditions, to eventually apply to become a U.S. citizen if he or she so chooses. LPR status is not the same as citizenship - LPRs may be deported from the U.S. and may abandon their status if they remain outside the U.S. for an extended period of time.
Lawful Permanent Resident. A person who is here permanently and qualifies as a refugee, asylee, or immigrant, or who has been granted amnesty other than suspension of deportation. In short, an alien who has been lawfully afforded the privilege of residing permanently in the US.