Fortunately, for those who are in a hurry to get a green card or even get that desirable blue passport, securing a job in the US is not the only pathway to citizenship. One of the fastest is by marrying a US citizen. But I strongly advise against it if you’re only doing it for the green card. You will likely be caught anyway.
If you have an immediate family member who is a US national, they can also file a petition for you to immigrate. The processing times are not the same though. Usually, it is relatively quick to petition a parent or a child below 21. Unfortunately, it takes much, much longer to petition a sibling or a child older than 21.
Investment visas are arguably the quickest and easiest alternative to enter the country and secure a green card. On the flip side, you need to have a sizable amount of money. The most popular type of investment visa – the EB-5 – requires an investment of at least $1 million that will employ 10 US workers full-time. This amount can go down to $500,000 when investing in a rural area, but it’s still a huge amount. If you’re one of the lucky few who can afford it, I suggest checking out LitwinLaw.com. They have the most straightforward process I have seen and I have heard good things about this law firm.