Charged With A Crime? You Might Need An Immigration Lawyer

4 September 2018
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If you aren't a citizen of the United States of America but have been recently arrested and charged with a crime that you may or may not have committed, your first inclination may be to hire a criminal defense attorney. And although criminal defense attorneys specialize in all different types of crimes, your specific criminal attorney may not know the immigration consequences that you are facing unless they have prior experience with immigration law. By hiring not only a criminal attorney but an immigration attorney as well, you can hopefully cover all of your bases so that you aren't facing additional repercussions for the crime you are being charged with. Read More …

Getting A Visa For Your Partner: How Does It Work?

2 March 2018
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Do you have a significant other who lives in another country? The two of you may have met online or in person when you were traveling. Now that things are getting serious, you're probably interested in finding a way to get your partner into the United States in a legal manner. If he or she is not a citizen of the United States, it would be beneficial for you to contact an immigration attorney to find out which steps you'd need to take to get your loved one into America. Read More …

3 Reasons to Work with an Immigration Attorney

26 February 2018
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An immigration attorney will often be one of the best options available to you when trying to apply for a visa, green card, or even your citizenship. Listed below are just some of the reasons that you should consider working with an immigration attorney. They Can Help You Make Your Paperwork Perfect A major reason to work with an immigration attorney is that they can review your application and help you make your paperwork absolutely perfect when you are applying for any type of visa, green card, or trying to get approved to become a citizen. Read More …

Standing In Line For A Green Card: Problems, Why You Should Not Have To, And How To Speed It Up

12 February 2018
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A green card is a piece of paper that allows you to stay in the United States longer than your passport or visa does. If you want to stay because you plan to apply for U.S. citizenship, or because there is some other pressing reason for remaining in this country, you need a green card. However, there are often issues with getting a green card, the biggest of which is standing in line to get the paperwork filled out and turned into the appropriate office. Read More …