When dealing with Immigration Law it is important to figure what is your specific need. When you contact us, we will help ease the Immigration analysis process for you. We will help you determine which Immigration Visas is best for you to come to the USA.
Visas (Immigrate and Non-Immigrate Visa):
Below are a few visa categories that may fit your specific situation:
- SPOUSES OF U.S. CITIZEN (K-3 VISAS): These are typically Spouses of U.S citizens who are living abroad, whom may be sponsored for K-3 visas by their current U.S citizen spouses. Their children may also be sponsored for K-4.
- FIANCEE OF U.S. CITIZEN: (K-1 VISA): A visa for a fiancee of a U.S Citizen. This Visa allows the fiancee (him/her) to come to the U.S to get married.
- IMMEDIATE RELATIVES OF U.S. CITIZENS TYPE OF VISAS: A non-citizen may immigrate as an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen if the person is a CHILD, SPOUSE, or PARENT OF THE CITIZEN. There is no limit to the number of Immediate relatives who can immigrate each year.
- FAMILY- SPONSORED PREFERENCES TYPE OF VISAS: There are four (4) numerically-limited Family-Sponsored Preference categories:
- First Preference: Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, which has a limitation of visas.
- Second Preference: Unmarried sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, which has a limitation of visas.
- Third Preference: Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens, which has a limitation of visas.
- Fourth Preference: Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens, if the citizen is at least twenty-one (21) years old, which has a limitation of visas.
- EMPLOYMENT- RELATED PREFERENCES TYPES OF VISAS: Employment-based immigrants must qualify for one of the following five preference categories:
- First Preference: Priority Workers, which consist of a person who (a) has "extraordinary abilities" in science, arts, education, business, or athletics; (b) outstanding professors and researchers; or (c) certain multinational executives and managers, which has a limitation of visas.
- Second Preference: Professionals holding advanced degrees, or persons of exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business, which has a limitation of visas.
- Third Preference: Skilled workers in short supply, professionals holding baccalaureate degrees and other workers in short supply, which has a limitation of visas.
- Fourth Preference: Certain Special Immigrants, which has a limitation of visas.
- Fifth Preference: Employment creation, which comprised of investors who will create at least ten (10) U.S. jobs by investing in a new commercial enterprise benefiting the U.S. economy.
- (B-1 or B-2) TEMPORARY VISITORS: Non-Immigrates entering the country for either pleasure or business (B-1 & B-2). These visas usually allow admission to be for around three (3) to (6) months and may extend their stay in six-month increments, generally up to a maximum of one year.
- TREATY WORKERS: Foreign nationals (and their family members) who come to the United States to carry on trade or develop an enterprise in which they have invested are granted E status.
- E-1 (Treaty Trader): Status is granted to persons entering the U.S. to engage in substantial trade in goods or services, including trade in services or technology, on their own behalf or as employees of a treaty trader.
- E-2 (Treaty Investors): Status is granted to individuals coming to the U.S. temporarily to direct or develop a bona fide enterprise in who they have made substantial investment.
- (F Visa, J Visa, M Visa) STUDENT VISAS: A student can come to the U.S temporarily solely to pursue a full course of study at an established academic high school, college, university, seminary, conservatory, or language school.
- TEMPORARY WORKERS: The H status category is designed principally to help employers meet an immediate and temporary need for labor. This category is divided into six classes:
- H-1B: For workers in "speciality occupations."
- H-1C: For registered nurses.
- H-2A: For temporary agricultural workers.
- H-2B: For temporary workers in other occupations.
- H-3: For trainees.
- H-4: For the spouses and children of persons in the other H classes.
- FIANCE AND SPOUSES OF U.S. CITIZENS: Congress extended this nonimmigrant status to allow the non-citizen spouses, fiancee, and children of the U.S. citizens to live in the U.S. while waiting for a petition for permanent residence to be approved. There are four types of K visas:
- K-1: Allows the fiancee of a U.S. citizens to enter for the purpose of marriage.
- K-3: Allows the spouse of a U.S. citizen to enter to promote family unity.
- K-2 and K-4: Are for the minor children of the fiancee or spouse.
- PERSONS WITH EXTRAORDINARY ABILITY: Non-Immigrant O status is available to individuals who have extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, or what we typically focus on, have an extensively documented record of extraordinary achievement in motion pictures or television, if they are seeking entry to the U.S. to work in their area of expertise. O-1 status holders are also allowed to have dual (nonimmigrant and immigrant) intent. Persons seeking entry solely to accompany and assist the artistic or athletic performance of an O-1 status-holder are granted O-2 states.
- INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED ATHLETES AND ARTISTS: The P non-immigrant category provides for the admission of athletes and certain artists. P-1 status covers athletes coming to the U.S. to perform or compete at an internationally recognized level and members of internationally recognized entertainment groups.
IMMIGRATION GREEN CARDS:
Legal Permanent Residence (LPR) Green Card:
When dealing with Immigration Law it is important to figure out what is your specific need. When you contact us, we help ease the Immigration analysis process for you. We will help you determine which Green Card you are eligible for.
Having a Green Card (officially known as a Legal Permanent Residence or LPR) allows you to live and work permanently in the United States. The steps you must take to apply for a Green Card will vary depending on your individual situation.
To apply for a Green Card, you must be eligible under one of the categories listed below. Below are some of the options you can take for a Green Card:
You can acquire a Green Card through Family member.
You can acquire a Green Card through Employment.
You can acquire a Green Card as a Special Immigrant.
You can acquire a Green card through a Refugee or Asylum Status.
You can acquire a Green card for being a victim of human trafficking and crimes.
You can acquire a Green card as a victim of abuse.
To figure out which one you may be eligible for, then please reach out to us so we can help you.
BECOME A U.S CITIZEN:
Citizenship is a unique bond that unites people around civic ideals and a belief in the rights and freedoms guaranteed by the U.S. Constitution.
Deciding to become a U.S. citizen is one of the most important decisions an immigrant can make. Depending on your situation, there may be different ways to obtain citizenship.
Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a lawful permanent resident after meeting the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
Acquisition of citizenship is obtained through U.S. citizenship parents either at birth or after birth, but before the age of 18.
There are a few options you can become a U.S Citizen:
You may be eligible for Naturalization if you have been a Lawful Permanent Resident of 5 years.
You may be eligible for Naturalization if you are married to a U.S Citizen.
You may be eligible for Naturalization if you are serving in the U.S Military.
You may be eligible for Naturalization if you are a child of a U.S. Citizen.