The immigration system in the United States is incredibly complex, and there are a number of reasons a person may have to navigate it. Immigrants may wish to obtain lawful permanent resident status, or they may find themselves in removal proceedings. Regardless of your immigration status, there are a number of issues you will face when going through proceedings. If you fear removal, need to change your status, or have legal questions about immigration, contact a Buffalo Grove immigration lawyer as soon as possible.
Many people mistakenly think that family-based visas are the simplest way to enter or remain in the country. While family-based immigration is common, there are still many issues that can arise, and that includes determining which solution is best for you.
If you have immediate family members who are American citizens or who have lawful permanent resident status, they can petition for you to enter the country. Once in the United States, you can then go through the process of obtaining a green card. Even if you are not an immediate family member but still have relatives in the country who are citizens or green card holders, you can apply for a family preference immigrant visa.
Having relatives in the country is not the only solution available for family-based immigration. If you have a fiancé in the United States, a K-1 visa will allow you to enter the country so you can get married. After the wedding, you can then apply for an immediate relative visa.
A Buffalo Grove immigration lawyer can review your case and advise on the solution that is best for you.
Immigrants are an important part of America’s workforce. If you wish to enter the country for work purposes, there are also many options available. You can enter the country if you want to create jobs for Americans, or if you want to gain employment. To qualify for an employment visa, you must have certain skills depending on the type of work visa you are seeking. In most cases, an employer must also sponsor you to enter the country, but there are instances in which you can self-sponsor.
Unfortunately, many people are placed into removal proceedings every year and face deportation. The reasons the USCIS places someone into removal hearings are not always valid, and it is important to remember that even during these proceedings, you have rights. If you or a loved one is facing deportation, you must speak with a Buffalo Grove immigration lawyer that can explain the options available.
Immigrating to the United States is very exciting, but it is also a highly complicated process. One error made may result in lengthy delays or even a denial of your application. If you are considering immigrating, or want to sponsor a relative, our Buffalo Grove immigration lawyers at Kriezleman, Burton & Associates are here to help. Call us today or contact us online to schedule a meeting with one of our skilled attorneys and to learn more about how we can help.
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