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Adjustment Of Status


Generally, an eligible individual who is the beneficiary of an approvable or approved immigrant visa petition is able to obtain their lawful permanent residency or greencard within the United States through an adjustment of status.

The process of adjusting one’s status can be complex, and it is important to have experienced legal representation throughout the process. This is part of our US immigration services, and our attorneys can guide you through every step of the adjustment of status process, from filing the initial petition to attending the interview with USCIS.

Visa Extensions


At times, circumstances beyond your control may prevent you from returning to your home country before your visa expires. If this happens, you may be eligible for an extension of stay. To be eligible for an extension of stay, you must demonstrate that you have a compelling reason to remain in the United States. If you would like to apply for an extension of stay, our attorneys can help. We will guide you through the process and ensure that your application is complete and accurate.

Citizenship Application and Naturalization


U.S. citizenship can be obtained either by birth or through the naturalization process. To become a U.S. citizen through naturalization, an individual must meet certain eligibility requirements, including:

  • Being 18 years of age or older
  • Being able to read, write, and speak English
  • Being a lawful permanent resident of the United States for at least five years (or three years if married to a U.S.
    citizen)
  • Residing continuously in the United States for at least five years (or three years if married to a U.S. citizen)
  • Being able to read, write, and speak English
  • Having a basic understanding of U.S. history and government
  • Passing a civics exam
  • Showing good moral character

If you meet the eligibility requirements for naturalization, our immigration service attorneys can help you navigate the process and obtain U.S. citizenship.



Student Visas


There are two types of student visas: F-1 and M-1. An F-1 visa is for academic students who are enrolled in colleges, universities, secondary schools, or other academic institutions. An M-1 visa is for vocational students who are enrolled in non-academic programs, such as trade schools. To be eligible for a student visa, you must be enrolled in an approved school and maintain your student status. You must also prove that you have the financial ability to support yourself during your studies. If you would like to apply for a student visa, our attorneys can help. We will guide you through the process and ensure that your application is complete and accurate.

Fiancé(e) Visas

We understand how important it is for couples to be able to live together in the same country. If you are engaged to be married and your fiancé lives in another country, you may be eligible to petition for a fiancé visa. A fiancé visa allows your fiancé to enter the United States so that you can get married. Once you are married, your spouse can then apply for permanent residency. If you would like to petition for a fiancé visa, our attorneys can help. We can guide you through the process and ensure that everything is done correctly.

Permanent Residency (Green card)


The greencard is the proof that an individual has been admitted to lawful permanent residency in the United States. Holders are allowed to live and work permanently in the United States. There are various ways by which an individual may be eligible to apply for a greencard. If you are seeking to apply for a green card or have been granted lawful permanent residency and need to renew your greencard, our greencard processing and renewal services can help you navigate the complex requirements and ensure that your application is submitted accurately and on time.

VAWA ( Violent Against Women Act)


Also known as the Violence Against Women Act, VAWA is a federal law that provides protections for victims of domestic violence. If you are a victim of domestic violence, VAWA may allow you to self-petition for a green card or obtain temporary protected status. VAWA also protects children and parents who have been abused by their US citizen or legal permanent parent or adult child, if you are an abused child or parent of a US citizen or legal permanent resident, VAWA may allow you to obtain a green card. If you would like to petition for a VAWA, our attorneys can help. We can guide you through the process and ensure that everything is done correctly.

Asylum

At times, circumstances beyond your control may prevent you from returning to your home country before your visa expires. If this happens, you may be eligible for an Asylum. To be eligible for an Asylum, you must demonstrate that you have a compelling reason to remain in the United States. If you would like to apply for an Asylum, our attorneys can help. We will guide you through the process and ensure that your application is complete and accurate.

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