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The U.S. immigration process is rife with complexities, dense paperwork and a number of procedural requirements. As such, the potential for errors, mistakes and setbacks is significant. If you, a family member or an employee are looking to navigate a U.S. immigration-related matter, we recommend you do so with the information, assistance and advocacy you need by working with one of USIA’s experienced U.S. immigration lawyers.
Why live in the U.S.?
There is no shortage of reasons why people from around the world chose to move to United States. An immigrant-friendly culture, economic and religious freedom, an escape from poverty or oppression, the desire to make a better life for oneself and one’s children are reasons often cited by recent immigrants. The world’s largest economy is also a global leader in healthcare, education, research, science, technology, and entertainment.
The selection, admissions, and immigration requirements for foreign students who intend to study in the U.S. can be complex and time-consuming. USIA works with students and universities to simplify the process.
Whether it’s a franchising opportunity, commercial real estate development, or other exciting investment opportunity in the U.S., USIA helps our clients make the right decisions when it comes to building and managing a successful business.
The American housing market is consistently the most stable and sought after in the world. USIA helps foreign investors navigate the complexities of purchasing, managing and selling the home of your dreams in the U.S.
When you choose to to retain retain USIA’s services, we ensure that your case is handled by a experienced, well-versed U.S. immigration attorney from beginning to end. USIA is 100% client-driven, and we take the time to sit down and work through every client’s needs before crafting the best legal solution.
We provide effective, efficient immigration services tailored to each one of our client’s needs
As one of the primary pathways for entering the United States on a permanent basis, family-based immigration allows foreign nationals to obtain immigrant visas through eligible relatives. These family members must either be U.S. Citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) and must file petitions with USCIS on behalf of their foreign national relative.
If you wish to enter the United States for a temporary period of time, you must apply for and obtain a nonimmigrant visa. There are several different types of nonimmigrant visas, all of which are classified according the purpose of your visit. Each nonimmigrant visa will dictate the terms of your stay in the U.S.
Sometimes, business requires individuals to travel to the United States for temporary or extended periods of time. These travelers will need to ensure that they have the correct types of visas so they can carry out their business trips in accordance with U.S. immigration laws. There are different types of business visas for different types of circumstances.
While inadmissibility is a difficult and frustrating experience, U.S. immigration law may provide recourse for foreign nationals to obtain waivers in certain situations. If you have been denied admission into the United States for any grounds of inadmissibility, USIA is prepared to analyse your situation and determine how the firm can be of assistance in helping you gain entrance into the United States.
Applicants who choose to brave the complex U.S. immigration process should be aware that obtaining entry into the United States, on either a temporary or permanent basis, involves a difficult legal journey and the inherent risk that setbacks and denials will occur. As such, U.S. visa denials are an unfortunate reality for some applicants. Fortunately, however, there are certain avenues available to denied applicants to gain entrance into the United States.
Green Card Holders
A green card is confirmation from the United States that a foreign national is a Lawful Permanent Resident (LPR). This means that green card holders are permitted to live and work in America on a permanent basis without restriction. Obtaining a green card, or permanent residency, is only possible after a foreign national has completed the application process for an immigrant visa.
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