Northbrook Immigration Attorneys
Northbrook Immigration Lawyers Assisting Clients with Their Immigration Needs for Over 40 Years
U.S. immigration laws are some of the most complex in U.S. code, and many individuals – especially those foreign to U.S. law entirely – have difficulty navigating the many rules and regulations that make up the immigration process. From correctly filling out intensive applications to meeting stringent eligibility requirements, individuals who hope to move to the U.S. – whether on a work visa, school visa, or green card – must comply exactly with the requirements set forth by the U.S. entities that govern immigration laws. Those entities include U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of State (DOS). Unfortunately, many individuals have difficulty in adhering to immigration policies on their own, and therefore, fail to gain the legal status they desire. At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, our Northbrook, 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.
Our Northbrook Immigration Attorneys Help Clients Resolve Immigration Issues in Illinois and Around the Globe
Migrating to the United States is a dream of many individuals across the globe, but in order to make that dream a reality, those individuals must go through the strenuous process of obtaining a visa or green card. Unfortunately, once an individual obtains proper documentation, the headache does not end there. Even if a foreign national is successful in obtaining a visa or green card, a number of legal issues can arise that may affect their status in the future. Some of those issues include:
- Unlawful Entry and Reentries;
- Visa Extensions;
- Bars to Admission in the United States; and
- Immigrant Intent Issues.
Our Northbrook, IL immigration lawyers regularly assist clients with each of these issues, as well as with issues that arise in the following areas:
- Deportation Defense
- Visa Applications
- Green Cards
- Investor Visas
- Trader Visas
- Violence Against Women Act
- Immigration Appeals
- Political Asylum
- Family-Based Immigration
- Employer Compliance
- Deferred Action & DACA
- Visas for Crime Victims
Although our office is located in Northbrook, IL, we regularly travel to other areas throughout Illinois and the country to help individuals resolve their immigration issues.
The Importance of Hiring a Northbrook, IL Immigration Attorney
Many individuals feel confident that they can take on the immigration process on their own, but these individuals fail to take into account the fact that even one wrong entry on their application can mean having to restart the process from the very beginning. Furthermore, individuals already here on a work visa do not think about the adverse consequences that a negative decision from the governing institutions can have not only on their ability to work in the United States, but on their residency status and their finances. Should an individual who is already in the U.S. receive an adverse determination, they could face deportation, civil fines, and criminal penalties. In order to avoid those mistakes altogether, it is in the best interest of any foreign national who hopes to travel to the U.S. to do so with the assistance of an immigration attorney.
Retain a Northbrook, IL Immigration Attorney for a More Favorable Outcome
The Northbrook, IL immigration attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC have been providing individuals with legal representation and assistance for over 40 years. Whether you hope to obtain a visa for the first time, reinstate a visa, achieve citizenship status, fight deportation, or resolve some other immigration issue, our associates provide the legal representation you need to achieve the most beneficial outcome. To schedule a private consultation with one of our Northbrook immigration lawyers, call our office today at 312-332-2550, or send us an email through our online contact form available here.