We assist you with the following issues:
1. Immigration Visa (Green Cards)
For many, applying for permanent residence (a green card) is the most important step in starting a new life in the United States. However, it is not always easy to qualify for this unrestricted work authorization and staying permit. Highly qualified people have the possibility, with or without a job offer, to receive an immigrant visa. Likewise, under most circumstances close relatives or spouses of American citizens living in the United States can qualify for a green card.
Except for green card holders and those who qualify for visa-free travel to the United States, foreign nationals traveling to the U.S. must have a visa to enter the country. For those who do not qualify for visa-free travel, here is a list of the various nonimmigrant visa categories: here:
3. Problematic Cases
We have many years of experience in all aspects of U.S. immigration and visa law, and we can assist in even the most complicated cases. Fees for problematic cases are determined individually depending on the facts in the case and the complexities involved.
- Appealing a negative visa decision
- Prior Deportation/Long Illegal Stay
- Returning Resident
- Reentry Permit
- Criminal Record