If you are a non-immigrant that lives outside the U.S. and wish to come to the United States either for business or travel, you may be eligible to receive a temporary visa, which allows you to travel to the United States for a short period of time.
There Are Several Types Of Work Visas Available For Foreign Nationals Who Want To Work In The U.S. Including Temporary Work, Intracompany Transfers, Specialty Occupation, Persons With Extraordinary Ability, Religious Workers, Seasonal Work, Exchange Worker Visas.
There are several different ways to become eligible for obtaining permanent residency in the U.S, including a petition from an employer, marriage to a U.S. citizen, sponsorship by a close relative who is a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident or the U.S. Department of State diversity lottery program.
Becoming a U.S Citizen is an important step and an exciting event in a person’s life. Understanding the eligibility criteria, naturalization process and having the correct information about how the law works in actual circumstances is very important. It is possible that applying for naturalization may trigger deportation proceedings, we proactively evaluate and highlight any unknown risk.
VAWA & Asylum
The Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provides certain protections and special routes to immigration status for abused non-citizen spouses and children.
If fleeing from persecution or civil disturbance in your home country, you may be eligible for a political asylum which allows you to stay within the U.S rather than going back home and facing possible threats.
With my experience and maturity, I will help you navigate through this extremely complex and ever-changing legal requirements process to minimize the risk of the denial or rejection of your immigration application.