Frequently Asked Questions

Hiring an immigration lawyer can greatly benefit individuals navigating the complex immigration process. Lawyers have in-depth knowledge of immigration laws and procedures, ensuring accurate and timely completion of forms, gathering of supporting documents, and representation in legal proceedings. They can provide guidance, increase the chances of success, and help avoid costly mistakes.

We handle a wide range of immigration cases, including family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, citizenship and naturalization, asylum applications, deportation defense, visa applications, and more. Our experienced team is equipped to handle various immigration matters and provide tailored solutions to meet individual needs.

You can check your case status online through the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website. By entering your receipt number, you can track the progress of your application or petition. Alternatively, our team can assist you in checking the status of your case.

The process for obtaining a green card (lawful permanent residency) varies depending on the category you fall under. It may involve sponsorship by a family member or employer, a self-petition, or seeking refugee or asylum status. Our immigration lawyers can assess your eligibility, guide you through the process, and handle the necessary paperwork to help you obtain a green card.

The processing time for a visa varies depending on the type of visa, the USCIS workload, and other factors. It is essential to check the specific visa category's processing times on the USCIS website. Our lawyers can provide an estimate based on our experience with similar cases.

To be eligible for U.S. citizenship, you generally need to be a lawful permanent resident for a specified period, demonstrate continuous residence, show good moral character, pass an English language and civics test, and take the Oath of Allegiance. Our lawyers can assess your eligibility and guide you through the naturalization process.

In many cases, you can appeal a denied immigration application or petition. The appeal process and deadlines vary depending on the specific situation and the type of denial. Our lawyers can review your case, assess the grounds for appeal, and guide you through the appeals process.

A nonimmigrant visa allows temporary entry into the United States for specific purposes, such as tourism, business, education, or employment. An immigrant visa, on the other hand, is for individuals seeking permanent residency in the United States. Our lawyers can help determine the appropriate visa category for your situation.

Depending on the circumstances, you may be eligible to apply for an Employment Authorization Document (EAD) while your green card application is pending. Our lawyers can assess your eligibility and assist you in obtaining the necessary work authorization.

The cost of hiring an immigration lawyer can vary based on factors such as the complexity of your case, the specific legal services required, and the attorney's level of experience. During an initial consultation, we will evaluate your case, discuss your immigration goals, and provide an estimate of the legal fees and associated costs. We believe in transparency and strive to provide fair and competitive pricing for our clients. Our goal is to offer quality legal services tailored to your needs while ensuring cost-effectiveness.