Thank you for posting your immigration law question today. If you have no family in the US you can pursue a green card through either student or work avenues. You can come to the US on a student F1 Visa to take a course of studies.
As part of the study authorization you will be entitled to work part time on campus during your studies.
You will then have the option to apply for optional practical training after your studies in the US.
Ultimately you will be setting yourself up for work sponsorship through a h1b visa in which it can later be possible to become a permanent resident and green card holder through your work.
It is possible but a little but more difficult to secure a h1b visa without first studying in the US.
The most successful route is where the candidate/ you has been already in the US and studied in the US.
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