Our office has experience helping businesses and individuals
realize their objectives and goals.
No matter if you are an investor, a qualified professional or just plan on applying for a US Permanent Residence (Green Card) and/or U.S. Citizenship, we have the experience, resources, and qualifications to assist you in your journey.
The below list is a quick overview of our services.
It is not all-inclusive; a quick phone call will help determine what help we can provide.
Asylum allows immigrants who are already in the United States and who have a well-grounded fear of returning to their home country to stay lawfully in the United States.
Individuals are either born United States citizens or become United States citizens after birth. To become a citizen at birth, an individual was either born in the United States, born outside the United States territory if both parents are United States citizens and other requirements are met.
DEFENSE FOR REMOVAL PROCEEDINGS
After a person is arrested or undergoes an investigation, a removal proceeding is scheduled to determine whether he or she will be deported. The immigrant receives a "Notice to Appear" (NTA) from Immigration and Customs Enforcement, part of the federal government's Department of Homeland Security.
EMPLOYMENT BASED PETITIONS
Skilled Workers (H): H visa is issued to a nonimmigrant for the purpose of temporary employment in the United States.
FAMILY BASED PETITIONS
Immigration through an Immediate Relative
As a foreign national, you may be qualified to apply for a U.S. green card through your parents, children, spouse, or siblings. Whether you can apply immediately or will have to wait depends upon the family relationship.
The adoption procedures vary from country to country, most countries require that prior to any court action, a child placed for adoption be legally recognized as an orphan or, in the case where a parent is living, be legally and irrevocably released for adoption in a manner provided for under local foreign law.
Treaty traders working for a U.S. trading company that does 50% or more of its business with the trader's home country.
A citizen of a foreign country who seeks to enter the United States generally must first obtain a U.S. visa, which is placed in the traveler’s passport, a travel document issued by the traveler’s country of citizenship