Member: American Immigration Lawyers Association
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You want to accept that dream job offer in the United States; want to establish and grow your business here or yearning to be with your family! You may be able to accomplish all these dream goals if you have immigration authorization! Yes, that is right! It is doable, most of the times!
Most people know that and are already working on filing the correct immigration form which is one of the many requirements of USCIS. Many foreign nationals are in the following situation:
"They gather all the information from all possible sources they could find just to be able to complete that particular form and they hope to get that approval from USCIS that they had been waiting for all these times, and feel that they are entitled to it because they worked so hard to complete that form. But do they get that approval?
"You desperately need that social security number to get that driver's license to be able to drive to work and start your normal life in U.S. Of course, you want that work permit! It all starts here! You must get USCIS' "authorization to work and stay" before your can get a social security card and the driver's license. You probably already filed some kind of paperwork but... USCIS denied your request. Now you are back to where you started!
"You get so worked up in getting the correct information because this time you want to get it right. You talk to your "friends" and "their friends" and spent several hours researching online. You know the type of visa you must apply and many of the requirements. Now, you just have to tell USCIS to give you that darn visa and that work permit. But how do you do that? You gathered a lot of information. But, everyone was saying something different. You tried to absorb all of that information just so you could complete and you have already completed that form, well mostly done! You know the filing fee it needs and want to file the paperwork and now you question yourself if you filled that form correctly and whether USCIS willl accept and give you the work permit? Because that is the starting point for your dream: "to have a life in the United States." Yes, you are right this is where it starts and you must get it right to be able to start!
But... then you are questioning yourself again! "Should I seek help?" Should you?
Many of us go through this common scenario in our regular life because a lot of content is so easily available from "friends" and the internet and we would love to try our hand at it; well, IF, it works! We are optimistic and we have a lot of hope! But information overload is baffling. It may also depends upon how much time do you have at your disposal.
Immigration law is complex, and consequences are harsh. Additionally, it influences peoples' ability to earn their livelihood, tears apart families and disorients the affected person from the country where (s)he had so many dreams to realize.
The immigration law complexities are multifold because of its interrelated provisions and its crossovers with other areas of law like criminal law, family law, bankruptcy, probate and trust and business law etc.
Complexities apart, immigration law, does provide for a lot of avenues for different types of visa, permanent residence situations and citizenship. The next step is proper presentation of your case that takes you a long way towards your goals and realize your dream and this law office can help you, suggest the options available to you under the immigration law after fully discussing your situation with you, prepare the immigration paperwork for you so that you can go on with your lives doing what you love to do to make your dream come true!, and... this law office can work to protect your immigration interest!
Immigration services offered at this law office:
VISA (new or extension)
Law practice is solely focused on immigration law and I can advice you on immigration matters based on employment immigration, family immigration and business immigration.
Call this immigration law office and schedule a consultation if you have an immigration question and are looking for an answer or need help! Consultation fee: $80 for 25 minutes and $160 / hour. You can download my intake form and email me the completed form prior to consultation.
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