Immigration law is extremely complex, and whether you plan to come to the U.S. for a short visit, to work, or to permanently live, you may find that the whole immigration process proves to be more difficult than you anticipated.
Our Buffalo Grove, IL immigration attorneys have been helping clients like you navigate the ins-and-outs of immigration law for over forty years. Whether you are hoping to gain temporary employment in the U.S., or make a new home for your family, let our Buffalo Grove immigration law firm help you through the process and ensure the best possible outcome.
Many people mistakenly believe that migrating to the U.S involves a signature here, and a few initials there, but the reality is that there are a host of applications to fill out, requirements to meet, and deadlines to meet them by. There are several U.S. agencies responsible for carrying out immigration law, including U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of State (DOS), each of which has their own set of rules, eligibility requirements, and applications.
Furthermore, there are three categories of residency for which you can apply: permanent residency (green card), temporary nonimmigrant (visa), or the visa waiver program. Before applying, you must determine which category – if any – you are eligible for.
Unfortunately, no matter which category you file for, and whether or not you meet all of the eligibility requirements and properly fill out all of the paperwork, the U.S. has a right to turn down your application. In these instances, it is best to consult with an immigration attorney regarding citizenship and residency.
Whether you are initially applying for a visa or green card, or whether you are already in the United States on legal permanent or temporary status, a host of issues can arise when dealing with immigration law. Our Buffalo Grove immigration law firm routinely deals with the following issues:
Additionally, an adverse judicial or administrative determination regarding your immigration application can have negative consequences on your future, as it may result in your being barred from entering the country altogether. If you are already in the United States on a work or school visa, or if you already have your green card, an adverse administrative or judicial decision could mean deportation, civil fines, or even criminal penalties. If any issues should arise regarding your application or current immigration status, it is extremely important that you contact a Buffalo Grove immigration attorney to ensure your case is handled in the most efficient and professional way possible.
Although our office is located in Chicago, IL, we routinely travel to other areas throughout Illinois and the United States to help individuals obtain the immigration status they desire.
Individuals with immigration legal issues often find that their lives on put on hold until their immigration problems are resolved. Unfortunately, immigration issues can take months or years to resolve – time that many individuals do not have to wait around waiting for an administrative or judicial decision. Whatever your reasons are for seeking a visa or green card, you deserve to go through the process with as little hassle as possible. The immigration lawyers of Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC have the knowledge and skills necessary to bring your case to the most favorable outcome possible. To schedule a private consultation with one of our Buffalo Grove immigration attorneys, call our office today at 312-332-2550. You can also send us an email through our online contact form available here.
My experience with this law firm, especially with the lawyer Erin Cobb, I am grateful she was amazing. She tried so hard for my case. She was super friendly I definitely recommend this place if you are looking for immigration legal help.
My wife and I used Kevin Raica for her green card application. The entire process was seamless and everyone we dealt with was wonderful. We highly recommend this firm.
We are very happy that Mr Justin is helping us !!!
Erin is such a great, professional and experienced attorney. Ms. Cobb handled my case of RFE for H1B change of status very efficiently. She was truly very helpful all the way thru, head to tail, until I got the approval. I really appreciate her work with me and with my employer!