- P Visas for performers, athletes, and entertainers
- O Visas for foreign nationals with extraordinary ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business or Athletics
- EB-5 Investment visas
- EB-1Extraordinary Ability
- E visas for treaty/traders
- Fiancé(e) and marriage visas
- NAFTA TN visas
- Cancellation of removal
- For Certain Permanent Residents
- For non Permanent Residents
- H-1B visas for specialty occupations in fields requiring highly specialized knowledge
- L-1 visas for intracompany transferees
- Lawful permanent residency (Green Card)
- Visa extensions & Humantiarian Parol
- Inadmissibility waivers
- Student visas and Exchange visitors
- VAWA for individuals who are victims of domestic violence
- Special Immigrant Juvenile
- U visas for individuals who are victims of crimes
- I-601 Waivers
Non-Immigrant Visas >
- A professional seeks a visa status that will allow him/her to pursue the profession in the United States.
- A company abroad wishes to transfer employees from abroad to an affiliated company in the United States.
- A foreign-born person or foreign corporation has established or wants to establish a business in the United States and wants to bring in his/her family and business personnel.
- A religious institution wants to hire a foreign national to perform religious functions within the organization in the United States.
- A student abroad has always desired to study in the United States.
- A foreign national wants to invest in a business opportunity in the United States.
Immigrant Visas >
- A United States employer wants to retain a valuable employee who does not possess permanent residence in the United States.
Employer Sanctions >
- A United States employer is confused by the immigration documents ncessary regarding compliance with employer sanctions laws.
Family Immigration >
- A United States citizen intends to marry a foreign national and wants to bring him/her to the United States or obtain permission for him/her to remain here permanently.
- A United States citizen or lawful permanent resident wants to bring relatives to the United States to remain either temporarily or permanently.
- An individual obtains conditional resident status on the basis of a good faith marriage to a United States citizen. Unfortunately, the marriage dissolves, but the conditional resident wishes to remove the conditions and remain in the United States.
- You or a close friend or family member is apprehended and placed in deportation/removal proceedings.
- A permanent resident is convicted of a crime and placed in deportation/removal proceedings.
- A foreign national employee or non-citizen is stopped at the airport and denied admission to the United States.
- A permanent resident wants to become a United States citizen.
- An individual derived citizenship as a child, but was never made aware of his/her derivative citizenship.
- A permanent resident wants to appeal the denial of his application for citizenship (criminal record, failure to register with the Selective Service or other grounds).