At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Denver visa attorneys are committed to solving problems in immigration law. We are proud to be recognized as leaders in our field—handling visa cases with a personal touch and a focus on superior client service. If you have questions about your rights or your options, we are available to help. To arrange an initial confidential consultation with a top-rated Colorado immigration lawyer, please reach out to us at our Denver metro law office today.
Visas give foreign nationals the authorization to enter, live, and/or work in the United States. While there are many different types of visas, they all fit into one of two broad categories — immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas.
An immigrant visa is for those who desire to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. As a general matter, immigrant visas also offer a path to American citizenship. For example, a K-1 fiancé(e) visa is a common type of immigrant visa. With a K-1, the fiancé of an American can obtain permanent lawful residence in Colorado.
In contrast to immigrant visas, a non-immigrant visa is reserved for a person who is planning to come to the country on a temporary basis — with no straightforward path to permanent residence or U.S. citizenship. For reference, most employment visas are non-immigrant visas.
Navigating visa applications can be challenging. Even with a well-prepared application, processing can be frustratingly slow. Further, unfortunately, problems can arise during any stage of the process. Our law firm is here to help clients find reliable solutions. Among other things, our Denver visa lawyers are prepared to:
Every visa application is different. We will put in the time and resources needed to help you obtain the best possible results. Our Colorado visa lawyers personalized representation to our clients. We are proud of our extensive, well-documented record of successful results and client testimonials.
At Joseph & Hall P.C., our Denver immigration attorneys are committed to solving problems for our clients. If you need help with a visa application, we are here as a resource. For a confidential consultation, please contact us. We represent communities throughout the Denver metro area, including in Aurora, Commerce City, Thornton, Westminster, and Littleton.
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