Navigating the U.S. immigration system can be very difficult and scary, especially as immigration laws are constantly changing. Let us help you work through these challenges.
Immigration law refers to the rules established by the federal government for determining who is allowed to enter the country, and for how long. It also governs the naturalization process for those who want to become U.S. citizens. We can help you whether you’re applying for U.S. citizenship, a green card, a temporary visa, or facing immigration violations.
We can also help you learn about the citizenship and naturalization process, permanent residency, and protection from deportation.
The American immigration system is set up primarily to grant immigration status based on factors such as family reunification, in-demand work skills, and capital investment. The immigration system also covers refugees and asylum seekers, and provides a “lottery” for immigration status to people who have less pressing immigration needs. The procedure for gaining legal immigrant status will depend upon, among various factors, which path you are eligible to pursue based on your employment, education, and family situation.
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