Some people may think a lawyer is only necessary if they’re dealing with a serious legal dispute, but attorneys can actually help with a variety of issues concerning immigration law. Immigration refers to the act of leaving one country to live in another, either on a temporary or permanent basis. Immigration law handles anything regarding immigration, from becoming a U.S. citizen to preventing deportation.
Whatever type of immigration issue you’re dealing with, it’s always best to rely on the legal guidance of an experienced, knowledgeable attorney.
About Immigration Law
People come to the United States for a wide variety of reasons. Some come to the U.S. for vacation, or to visit friends and family members, while others relocate on a more permanent basis. If you only plan on staying in the U.S. for a short while, you may not need any special documents at all, but if you plan to work or live in the States on a semi-permanent or permanent basis, you should definitely find out what applications and documents you need.
For most immigrants, either a green card or a visa will serve to prove the individual’s legal right to reside in the United States. Obtaining either of these requires the applicant to fill out several forms and applications, some of which may be rather difficult to understand.
The Role of an Immigration Legal Advocate
Immigration law is extremely complex, which is why it is so important to work with an attorney you trust. There are several different types of visas, either for immigrants or non-immigrants, depending on your purpose in the U.S. and whether or not you have family members traveling with you. In order to make sure you fill out the proper forms at the right time, you need the guidance and knowledge of an attorney who has handled cases like yours before.
A lawyer can help with the following:
- Employment-based immigration
- Family-based immigration
- Removal proceedings, or deportation
- Obtaining citizenship through naturalization
- Obtaining permanent residence status with a green card
- Hiring foreign-born workers as an employer
- Dealing with inadmissibility
- Issues relating to asylum or refugee status
- Student visas
If you are dealing with an immigration law issue, make sure you have the knowledge and support you need. Our experienced attorneys can provide you with the guidance you need to help you, your family, or your employees enter or remain in the United States.
Contact K. Dean Kantaras, P.A. today to discuss your case with our attorneys.