Immigrating to the United States is a very exciting time, but also a frustrating one. The immigration system in this country is extremely complex, making it very difficult for people to move through on their own. One small mistake could result in your citizenship being denied, which could have disastrous effects for you and your family. If you want to immigrate to the United States, or you have already begun the process, you need to speak to an experienced Chicago immigration lawyer who can help.
Obtaining citizenship will certainly fill you with a feeling of pride, but the road to getting there is long and arduous. Even the slightest error could result in a denial and being forced to leave the country. An attorney will work hard to prevent that from happening by assisting you with:
When working with an attorney, you can trust them every step of the way and have confidence that your case has a good chance of ending in a positive outcome.
For many that wish to live in the United States, employment-based immigration is a good option. Likewise, many business owners are interested in hiring people from other countries. A Chicago immigration attorney can help fill both needs by assisting with specialty occupation visas, green cards, employment transfers, and more.
There are many different ways to gain employment-based immigration. Some of these have strict caps on them, such as H-1B visas, which currently only allow 85,000 immigrants per year. Others, such as employment-based permanent residence, or green cards, do not have any caps and allow you to live in the country permanently. An attorney can advise on which option is right for you and guide you through the process.
The immigration process can take a toll on families. Sometimes, a person has already gained permanent residency, but his or her family members are still in a foreign country. In these cases, it is often possible to sponsor your family so they can come to the United States, reuniting your family once again.
Other times, an entire family already lives in the United States, but one or more family members are facing the threat of deportation, which will tear the family apart. An immigration attorney will understand the importance of keeping the family together and will help you achieve just that.
When the worst has happened and you have been threatened with deportation, or the process has already begun, you need the help of an immigration lawyer in Chicago. These cases are urgent and demand swift and knowledgeable action. The immigration courts are intimidating, complex, and failing to follow procedure correctly could result in your removal from the country. An attorney will understand what action to take, what petitions and motions to file, and give you the best chance at a successful deportation defense.
If you are about to go through the immigration process, or you have already begun, do not take your chances by going through it alone. At Kriezelman, Burton & Associates, LLC, we are the knowledgeable Chicago immigration lawyers who can help. We will fight for your rights to gain citizenship, remain in the country, and start living your American dream. Call us today or contact us online for your initial consultation.
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