Immigration is a highly complex area of law, especially since the policies and guidance continually change in the United States. It is not only wise to hire an immigration attorney for any type of matter, but you also want an experienced immigration attorney who has handled your type of case. The right legal representation can help to avoid costly delays or even denials in your situation.
The key in all of that is choosing the right immigration lawyer to advise you or to handle your immigration matter. At Joseph & Hall P.C., we have experienced Grand Junction immigration lawyers who are ready to help you. We can provide you with the information you need and navigate the often complex immigration system on your behalf to get the benefits you seek whenever possible.
We can assist in any immigration issue or matter, including the following:
A U.S. citizen or permanent resident with qualifying relatives here in the United States or outside the country may be able to have those relatives approved and given permanent residency (Green Card) through that family relationship. However, not all relatives qualify to get Green Card based on family relationships. Rather, those who qualify are mostly spouses, children, and parents of U.S. citizens and permanent residents. And even among those relatives, they may be eligible to obtain a Green Card, but how long it takes will depend on what subcategory they fall under.
For example, spouses and children under 21 of U.S. citizens get their Green Cards approved much faster—typically within one year or less but way ahead of, for example, brothers and sisters of adult U.S. citizens who, in most cases, it may take more than 14 years to be approved and obtain permanent resident status.
While the waiting and processing times are fixed and determined by sheer processing time, how you file your case may have an impact on how long it ultimately takes to have your immigrant visa processed. For example, if your petition is incomplete or has errors, this could cause significant delays as you must provide that information or fix the errors before the petition is accepted for processing or to be further processed.
Employment-based immigration (EB) is another way many foreign nationals find their way into the United States as Green Card holders. However, not all employment qualifies, and not all foreign workers qualify to be admitted into the United States under this EB category.
If you are an employer or foreign worker who wishes to know whether the employment you have qualifies or if you or the foreign worker qualify to have a successful EB case filed, you need to speak to an experienced immigration attorney at Joseph & Hall P.C.
If you have a need to resolve an immigration matter or simply need help to petition for a relative or seek some other U.S. immigration benefit, our immigration team is ready to help. Please contact us today for a consultation.
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