Wheeling Immigration Lawyers
Wheeling Immigration Attorneys with Over Four Decades of Experience Resolving Immigration Legal Issues
Under the Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA), the U.S. is currently allowed to accept 675,000 immigrants annually, with certain exceptions for family members and refugees. According to the American Immigration Council, immigration to the United States is based on the following four principles: the reunification of families, admitting immigrants with skills that are valuable to the U.S. economy, protecting refugees, and promoting diversity. Each category is allotted a certain number of individuals, and Congress has established a complicated system for calculating the number of slots available for each category.
Additionally, the U.S. agencies responsible for carrying out immigration law – including U.S. Citizen and Immigration Services (USCIS) and the U.S. Department of State (DOS) – have strict eligibility requirements and stringent application processes that make it difficult for individuals seeking temporary visas or green cards to find success in the U.S.
At Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC, our Wheeling, 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.
Comprehensive Immigration Legal Representation in Wheeling, IL and Around the Globe
There are several complex challenges that individuals face when going through the U.S. immigration process. Our Wheeling, IL immigration attorneys have a firm understanding of immigration law, and routinely assist clients 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
While many individuals attempt to undergo the application process on their own, there are several instances in which an immigration attorney would be most beneficial to the outcome of your case. The following are some circumstances in which it would be best to hire a Wheeling immigration attorney:
- You are or have ever been in court deportation proceedings;
- You are inadmissible;
- You do not understand the paperwork involved; or
- You encounter seemingly unnecessary delays with your application.
Not Retaining the Help of a Wheeling, IL Immigration Attorney Can Have Adverse Consequences
Many individuals attempt to go through the immigration process on their own, but because of the complexity of U.S. immigration law, are often denied their request for citizenship based on a number of factors, including inaccurate information and ineligibility. An adverse administrative or judicial determination regarding your immigration application can mean being barred from the U.S. entirely or even deportation. If you were in the U.S. on a work visa, mistakes regarding your visa application could result in substantial civil fines or even criminal penalties. Because of the serious consequences that come with immigration-related mistakes, it is best to avoid those mistakes altogether and retain the help of a knowledgeable and skilled immigration attorney.
Consult With a Wheeling, IL Immigration Attorney for a Better Outcome to Your Case
The Wheeling, IL immigration attorneys at Kriezelman Burton & Associates, LLC understand the intricacies of immigration law, and routinely help individuals apply for citizenship, fight deportation orders, and comply with all aspects of immigration law. With our associates on their side, our clients increase their odds of getting approved for citizenship in a timely and hassle-free manner. To schedule a private consultation with one of our Wheeling 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 Wheeling, IL, we routinely travel to other areas throughout Illinois and the country to help individuals obtain the residency status they desire.