Navigating US visa and immigration procedures can be tricky. A process that seems straightforward can quickly overwhelm someone who’s not a trained, experienced expert in US visas and immigration. We understand your concerns and frustrations with what can be a confusing process and share your goal of a swift, smooth entry to the US for you and every member of your family.
During your consultation, we will work with you to evaluate potential US visa categories for consideration. Whether you’re an individual seeking to temporarily visit or relocate for business or family purposes, or a multi-national company seeking to relocate business personnel, we can help. Our services include gathering necessary information, in-depth analysis of qualifications, providing suggestions of US visas for consideration, discussion of potential paths, and the drafting and submission of US visa applications. A brief description of potential US visa options is provided below.
Temporarily Visit the US
- ESTA Visa Waiver Program
- Temporary Visitor for Pleasure or Business (B1/B2)
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Nonimmigrant US Work Visas
- Religious Workers (R)
- Crewmembers (D)
- Seasonal Workers (H-2B)
- Australian Professional Worker (E-3)
- Treaty Trader (E-1)
- Treaty Investor (E-2)
- Intracompany Transferee (L) for a New Office or Business Personnel
- Professional Worker (H1-B)
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US Immigration: Family-Based
- Fiance(e) (K-1)
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Analyzing Visa Denial or Refusal of Entry: We can advise you of your options if you’ve been issued a visa denial or have been refused entry to the US or Australia.
Evaluating Prior Criminal Activity: Our attorneys will analyze the potential immigration consequences of a prior arrest or conviction, provide a legal analysis of a recent visa denial, and explore potential legal strategies to achieve positive outcomes.
Renouncing or Surrendering Citizenship: If you wish to renounce citizenship or surrender permanent residency, we can guide you through this process.
Obtaining Derivative Citizenship: We will evaluate your situation to determine if you qualify for derivative citizenship.
Due to frequent changes in immigration law and procedure, the information contained in this website is given as a convenience to the general public. It does not constitute legal advice, nor does it constitute an attorney-client relationship. For legal advice regarding your specific situation, please contact us to set up a consultation.