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Most immigration cases can be managed electronically, thanks to modern methods of communication. Wherever you are, in the US or around the world, we can represent you.
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A non-immigrant visa is issued to persons with a permanent residence outside the U.S. who wish to be in the U.S. on a temporary basis (i.e. Tourism, medical treatment, business, temporary work, or study).
There are several ways to obtain US Citizenship.
Through US Parent
A child of U.S. citizen parents can obtain citizenship at birth or afterwards but before the age of 18.
Through US Grandparent
A grandparent can transmit citizenship to the child of a U.S. citizen when this parent can't lawfully do so.
Granting U.S. citizenship to a Family-based LPR and some Employment-based LPRs requires that the Green Card holder fulfill specific requirements established by Congress
in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), such as:
Good Moral Character
The U.S. government grants temporary, coinditional and permanent residence visas.
A Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR) is an immigrant who has been granted the privilege of living permanently in the U.S. Permanent residence status is conferred via a stamp in the LPR's passport and a “green card”.
An LPR has the right to work in the U.S. and may seek naturalization.
E3 (Australian Worker)
H1-B (Temporary Worker)
H1-B1 (Singapore, Chile)
L1-A (Intra-company transferee)
O (Individual of Extraordinary Ability) P (Athlete/Entertainer)
R (Religious Minister)
TN (NAFTA - Canada/Mexico)
EB-2 (National Interest Waiver)
T (Victim of Trafficking)
EB-5 (Targeted Investment Program)
IF YOU OR YOUR CHILD
HAVE EXPERIENCED DOMESTIC VIOLENCE OR ABUSE,
OR ARE VICTIMS OF A VIOLENT CRIME
LET'S DISCUSS POSSIBLE IMMIGRATION OPTIONS
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