Not all immigration lawyers are the same, as each will handle your case based on their experience and knowledge of immigration law. Even among those who have extensive experience, you can always find one who goes the extra mile to make sure you get the best representation possible. That is what the immigration attorneys at Joseph & Hall P.C. routinely do for our clients in the Denver metro and surrounding areas.
We handle a variety of immigration cases, including the following:
The law allows U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents (Green Card holders) to petition to have their qualifying relatives be given permanent residency (Green Cards) based on that qualifying relationship. Not all relatives qualify to obtain a Green Card through this process, but typically, those who do are spouses, children, or parents of a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
There are about 140,000 employment-based immigrant visas that are made available under U.S. immigration law to qualified applicants. These employment-based immigrant visas are divided into five preference categories:
If you are an employer or prospective employee and wish to know whether you can hire and obtain a foreign worker in any of these categories, you will need to speak to one of the experienced lawyers for an answer to that question.
Whether you are immigrating under the family-based or employment-based process, if you are presently outside the United States, then you must commence and conclude the process through consular processing. This means once the person or entity sponsoring you – meaning the U.S. citizen or permanent resident relative or employer has filed and had a petition approved for you – you will need to start the immigrant visa process by submitting required documentation to the U.S. consulate in the country where you live. If there is none, the law specifies where you should submit that documentation.
You will then – at some point – be required to appear at the consulate for an interview before final action on your application. Having an experienced consular processing immigration lawyer can make a difference in speeding up the process and the outcome in your case.
Much as one would wish things to go smoothly and they get the benefit they seek from the Immigration offices, often that is not the direction things go. Rather, many applicants find themselves facing deportation because either the petition filed for them is denied or the application they filed after a petition is approved is denied.
When you have any type of immigration case, it is best to have an experienced immigration attorney by your side. If you are in the Denver Metro area, contact us at Joseph & Hall P.C. today to schedule an appointment for your initial consultation.
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