As the U.S. population increases each year, and as the American economy takes its time recovering from the 2008 financial crisis, Americans worry that there are not enough jobs for the amount of individuals in our country. They worry that what jobs are available are not going to U.S. citizens, but are instead going to other countries, and members of other countries—namely, immigrants. Because of this, U.S. immigration law has become increasingly stricter, and the U.S. immigration process increasingly more complicated to complete successfully. Today, the U.S. agencies responsible for carrying out immigration law – including U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) – have strict eligibility requirements and stringent application processes that make it difficult – if not impossible – for individuals seeking temporary visas or green cards to find success in the U.S.
At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, our Bridgeport, IL immigration lawyers have a thorough understanding and intricate knowledge of U.S. immigration law, which they use to help individuals achieve a favorable outcome to their immigration case.
When trying to obtain a visa or green card, individuals run into several obstacles that are oftentimes insurmountable without the knowledge and skill of an immigration attorney. Our Bridgeport, IL immigration lawyers have a firm understanding of immigration law, and routinely assist clients when they run into such issues, which include:
While many individuals feel confident in their ability to complete the application process on their own, there are several instances in which an immigration attorney is key to a successful outcome. The following are some circumstances in which it would be best to hire a Bridgeport immigration attorney:
Many individuals attempt to go through the immigration process on their own, but because of the complexity of U.S. immigration law, are often denied their request for citizenship based on a number of factors, including inaccurate information and ineligibility. For citizens already in the U.S., even the most minor mistakes can mean deportation and/or substantial civil and criminal penalties. Because of the serious consequences that can arise from immigration application errors, it is best to avoid those mistakes altogether and retain the help of a knowledgeable and skilled immigration attorney at the very beginning of the immigration process.
The Bridgeport, IL immigration attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC routinely help individuals comply with all aspects of immigration law, including meeting and maintaining eligibility requirements. To increase your odds of getting approved for a visa or green card in a timely and hassle-free manner, contact our immigration law firm at 312-332-2550 or online to schedule a private consultation with one of our Bridgeport immigration lawyers today.
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