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Immigration Services Provided (I)

WE CAN HANDLE MOST ANY KIND OF IMMIGRATION CASE, FILING ALL NECESSARY PETITIONS AND PAPERWORK, INCLUDING THE FOLLOWING:

IMMIGRATION BASED ON FAMILY TIES
  • Immediate relatives of U.S. Citizens (parents,spouses, unmarried children under 21).
  • Unmarried sons and daughters over 21 years old of U.S. Citizens (USCs)
  • Unmarried sons and daughters over 21 years old of Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs).
  • Married sons and daughters of USCs.
  • Brothers and sisters of USCs.
  • Fiance(e) visas.
  • Marriage visas.
  • Family immigration based on other qualifying relationships.
IMMIGRATION BASED ON BUSINESS OR EMPLOYMENT
  • Employees with extraordinary abilities (EB-1)
  • Managerial employees of multinational companies (EB-1C)
  • Employees with advanced degrees (EB-2)
  • Highly skilled workers (EB-3)
  • Special category workers (EB-4)
  • Entrepreneurs and their families (EB-5)
  • National interest waivers
  • Other employment-based petitions
NON-IMMIGRANT VISA PETITIONS
  • Temporary business visitors (B-1)
  • Specialty occupations (H-1B, H-1B2, H-1B3)
  • Temporary agricultural workers (H-2A)
  • Trainees and special educational exchange (H-3)
  • Treaty Investors, Treaty Traders and Australian national visas (E-1, E-2, E-3)
  • Individuals with extraordinary abilities (O-1)
  • Intracompany transferees and their dependents (L-1A, L-1B, L-2)
  • Temporary tourists/visitors (B-2)
  • Students (F-1)
  • Trainees attending vocational or non-academic programs (M-1)
  • Professionals and their dependents coming to do teaching, research, consulting or medical training (J-1, J-2)
  • Other non-immigrant visa petitions
IMMIGRATION BASED ON SPECIAL STATUS / LEGALLY PROTECTED STATUS
  • Refugee and Asylum petitions
  • CSPA: Child Status Protection Act
  • VAWA: Violence Against Women Act petitions (battered spouses and children)
  • Self-petitions for widow/er and children of desceased USCs
  • Temporary Protected Status petitions
  • DACA cases (Deferred Action on Childhood Arrivals)
  • "U" visas (for victims of mental/physical abuse)
  • "T" visas (for victims of human trafficking)
  • NACARA 203 petitions (Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act 203)
  • FMG/C (Female Genital Mutilation and Cutting) victims
  • Forced marriage victims
  • Humanitarian Reinstatement
  • Petitions based on other special status or legally protected status cases
BECOMING A CITIZEN
  • Through marriage to a U.S. citizen
  • Citizenship through parents and grandparents
  • Citizenship through continued U.S. residency
  • Citizenship for green card holders in the military
  • Applications for U.S. passport
BECOMING A LEGAL PERMANENT RESIDENT
  • Based on employment
  • Based on occupational shortages
  • Based on marriage
  • Based on relatives
  • Based on a VAWA petition
  • For surviving family members of a deceased U.S. veteran
  • For certain juvenile categories
  • 245 (I) Adjustment of Status
  • Renewing green cards
GENERAL/MISC IMMIGRATION CASES
  • Immigration visa lottery
  • Change of Status petitions
  • Employment Authorizations
  • Consular processing of immigrant and non-immigrant visa applications
  • Advance Parole/ Permission to Travel
  • Other immigration or visa petitions
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