As the United State’s population increases, it is becoming harder and harder for immigrants to gain residency status via a green card or visa. At 321 million people, America’s population has nearly quadrupled since 1920, and we are now the third largest country in the world in terms of population. Though we are also ranked third in terms of landmass, Americans are starting to wonder if we can afford to take in any more foreign nationals. In response to their rising concerns, immigration to the U.S. is becoming much more difficult to do as immigration law becomes more strict, eligibility requirements more stringent, and the application process more involved than ever before. However, there are millions of individuals out there who dream of one day living in the U.S., and at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, we believe in providing the legal assistance necessary to make that dream a reality.
Our Naperville, IL immigration attorneys help individuals around the world navigate the increasingly difficult immigration application process and eligibility requirements so that they may one day earn temporary residency (visa) or nonimmigrant status (green card) with our country.
When applying for temporary residency or nonimmigrant status with our government, many individuals come up against complex challenges that are difficult to overcome on their own. Some of the more complicated immigration issues that our Naperville immigration attorneys routinely deal with are:
Additionally, we help our clients when they are faced with a denied application or risk of deportation. When individuals are denied entrance based off of an incomplete or incorrect visa or green card application, they give up in frustration, on both the process and their goals of U.S. residency.
Our Naperville, IL immigration lawyers work hard for our clients to ensure that their transition into the U.S. is as smooth as possible, and that any immigration issues they face can be resolved as swiftly and effectively as possible. Our extensive knowledge of immigration law and our legal experience enable us to produce a beneficial outcome for our clients on a consistent basis.
While you are not required to retain the help of an immigration lawyer, individuals who have an immigration attorney on their side find that they are saved a lot of time, money, and headache in the whole immigration process. With legal assistance, the immigration process—which normally takes months to years to complete—can be significantly shortened, allowing individuals to pursue their goals much sooner than had they pursued U.S. residency on their own.
Whatever your immigration needs are, the immigration lawyers of Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC have the knowledge and skills necessary to resolve your case in the most beneficial and timely way possible. To schedule a private consultation with one of our Naperville immigration lawyers, call our office today at 312-332-2550, or send us an email through our online contact form available here.
Although our office is located in Naperville, IL, we routinely travel to other areas throughout Illinois and the country to help individuals obtain the residency status they desire.
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