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Immigration Law

Legal immigration is a highly regulated and tightly controlled system that serves the national interest. Legal immigration is good for America – citizens and immigrants alike. Who is a legal immigrant? A legal immigrant is a foreign-born individual who has been admitted to reside in the United States as a lawful permanent resident (LPR). LPRs are given immigrant visas, commonly referred to as “green cards.” Nonimmigrants are foreign-born individuals who are permitted to enter the United States for a limited period of time, and are given only temporary (nonimmigrant) visas.

Family based immigration, a tightly regulated system, allows for close relatives of U.S. Citizens and Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) to rejoin their families here in America. Family-based immigrants are admitted to the U.S. either as immediate relatives of U.S. citizens or through the family preference system.

There are five basic types of business immigrant visas, ranked in order of priority of need by U.S. employers and the economy. All categories are limited by annual levels and percountry levels. These immigrants become permanent residents (obtain “green cards”) and the indefinite right to live and work in the United States, as long as they do not commit any offense that would render them deportable. Business immigrants usually are sponsored by a U.S. employer based on a demonstrated need. Some business immigrants may self-petition if they meet statutory criteria for “extraordinary ability” in their field, or if their entry would be in the “national interest.” (medical school graduates) Protections for U.S. workers are built into the system. Most business immigrant cases require Department of Labor certification that no U.S. workers are able, qualified, or willing to take the position

We handle employment based visas, family visas, immigrant and non-immigrant visas: Adjustment of Status, extensions of stay, investor visas, B-(visitor) visas, H-visas, O-visas, J-visas, F-(student) visas, K-visas.

Questions

Common Immigration Law Questions

Articles

International Adoptions

Why IRCA failed

Waiver of the 2 year Home Residency

Unlawful Presence and Visas

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