Going through the US immigration process can be a frustrating experience, and in many cases, a daunting one. This is because the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), the agency with a shared responsibility for processing visas, has complex rules and regulations that are confusing and not always evenly applied. This can lead to the unnecessary denial of cases filed with that agency. At Joseph & Hall, P.C., we help both companies and individuals in Buena Vista to successfully navigate the complex immigration system. We can do the same for you.
When you contact us, we will schedule you for an initial consultation, where the objective is to try and understand precisely what your immigration needs are. We do this by asking you questions and reviewing any documents you may have concerning your immigration situation or need.
We would normally ask you to bring these documents and information with you when you come for your consultation. If you do not have the documents but have previously processed something with the USCIS, we may arrange to obtain a copy of your immigration file, depending on what your immigration needs are and time consideration.
You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have during this initial consultation, and we will provide you with answers.
Once we understand what your immigration needs are from this initial consultation, we decide on the best strategy to address your needs and explain it to you, and the strategy can go different directions, depending on your individual needs.
For example, if you are a US employer who wishes to hire a foreign worker, we can guide you as to what is the best visa option to pursue, given the position you have available. Deciding on what visa to apply for your prospective foreign worker is the first step in ensuring successful completion of the visa petition and processing. This is because there is a range of options employers must choose from in seeking to have a foreign worker to work for them, but each has unique requirements that must be satisfied before the visa is approved.
Once we have helped you in deciding the best visa to apply for your prospective foreign worker, we prepare the paperwork necessary and have it filed on your behalf. This is a critical part of the process and where experience matters because if you try to do it on your own, chances are you will not know exactly what needs to be filed, or you may make errors in the paperwork that would result in unnecessary delays or denial of your request for the visa.
Maybe you are a United States citizen or green card holder and wish to have a family member obtain a green card based on your familial relationship. We can help with this, as well.
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