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America is a nation of immigrants. The diverse cultures and immigrants have played a large role in the innovation and progress we have seen in the US. Some come to seek refuge and protection while others come for a chance to live the American dream. Whether you are seeking lawful entry into the U.S. or facing deportation, The Hadi Law Firm is a minority-owned law firm that fights for the rights of immigrants.
Our experienced immigration attorneys have helped immigrants gain citizenship, DACA status, and more. Are you concerned about deportation or at a loss when it comes to updated immigration policies? The Hadi Law Firm is here to help.
Why Should You Use an Immigration Attorney?
The process of applying for temporary residence or permanent citizenship in the United States can be very challenging. The outcome of your case may take several months or even years to accomplish. This will affect not only you but your loved ones as well.
Immigration attorneys will help you in dealing with the U.S. immigration system and authorities. They specialize in helping clients avoid deportation, gain US citizenship, acquire green cards, and more. Immigration lawyers act on your behalf, gathering documents and records, communicating with government agencies, building legal strategies and appearing in court.
Why work with the Hadi Law Firm?
Our compassionate immigration attorneys are advocates for immigrants fighting for their chance to live a better life in the United States. Our immigration attorneys understand the complexity and needs of each case and know how to adapt to the constant changes in immigration law. The Hadi Law Firm’s immigration attorneys will guide you through each and every step of your complex immigration case.
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There are 2 main categories: nonimmigrant and immigrant visas.
Nonimmigrant visas include students, travel and business visas.
Immigrant visas are also known as “green cards” are granted to an immigrant if they applied and met the requirements or through the family-based immigration process.
It depends on your current immigration status or situation.
Fiancé visa – if you are a foreign national engaged to a U.S. citizen.
Family visas – if you have a relative that is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
Work visa – if you have a permanent employment opportunity and whether that employment fits under one of the five eligible employment categories.
A U.S. citizen can file a petition for “immediate relatives” as defined by immigration law:
-Children, unmarried and under age 21;
-Parents, if the petitioner is age 21 or over; and
-Spouse or Fiancé
A fiancé visa is a temporary visa available only to fiancés of U.S. citizens who are living outside of the United States and intend to get married within 90 days of arriving in the United States while a marriage green card is available to spouses of both U.S. citizens and U.S. green card holders, whether living in the United States or abroad.
Refugees are individuals who have fled their homes to avoid persecution or war to seek protection in the United States.
It is a form of protection available to refugees. You must meet certain conditions in order to request asylum in the United States. Once approved, you may request permission to bring your spouse and children to the U.S. or become a permanent resident.
A green card is officially called the “Permanent Resident Card”. It gives you the opportunity to reside in the United States permanently. It is different from being a citizen, but a permanent resident has similar rights and responsibilities. It takes a lot of time and effort to get a green card, but once you have one, you don’t have to worry about your visa expiring and other immigration-related issues in the future. You’ll be allowed to live and work in the United States indefinitely.
Naturalization is the process for a lawful permanent resident or green card holder who wants to become United States citizens. After a green card holder has resided in the U.S. for at least five years, you may be eligible to take the English and civics tests, take an oath and become a naturalized U.S. citizen. If your spouse is a U.S. citizen, you may also become a naturalized citizen after three years.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS): USCIS oversees immigration to the United States and approves (or denies) immigrant petitions.
Petitioner: A U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident family member or employer (or the employer’s agent) who files a family-based or employment-based immigrant visa petition with USCIS.
A person is subject to deportation if they have been identified to have violated certain immigration laws and forfeited their right to remain in the United States. The immigration authorities will initiate the process by issuing an NTA (Notice to Appear) containing the information on why the person should be deported. The NTA is served to the “alien” (a foreigner, especially one who is not a naturalized citizen of the country where they are living.) and filed with the immigration court. A hearing will then be scheduled, for an immigration judge to determine if the information in the NTA is valid. If proven correct, the deportation of the alien will be ordered.
Yes. They have 30 days to appeal the decision to the Board of Immigration (BIA). If you receive a deportation order, hire an immigration attorney right away, and seek legal assistance right away to start building your defense.
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