There are many ways of immigration to the United States, each of which has its own requirements defined in the U.S. immigration law. We will help you to understand all the intricacies of the immigration process and properly prepare the necessary documents for your case.
It is also important to consider that immigration to the United States has many legal implications. It is extremely important to mention that there are tax consequences which are often ignored by immigration lawyers; this may cause major problems with the IRS in the future. Due to the fact that different immigration statuses have different tax treatments, you must be aware of the possible results before you start your immigration process to be able to prepare for it.
We understand how difficult and stressful it can be to relocate to another country; therefore, we are committed to provide you with the highest quality legal services. We offer our clients personal attention, an individualized approach, and frequent updates on their cases.
Our immigration practice includes representation in the following matters:
- Business and Investment Immigration
- Green Card Through a Job
- Green Card Through Family
- Immigrant Visas
- Non-Immigrant Visas
NEW! Now we offer to take a “second look” at your documents, if you decide to prepare your immigration petition by yourself. One of the main reasons for delay or even rejection of your immigration case is filing incomplete documentation. We can review your petition prior to filing. Moreover, we can advise you on how to make your case stronger and what supporting documents to include together with your petition. This is a great option for those who want to minimize the risks and avoid delays. And you will not even need to schedule an appointment or come to the office. (read more)
In addition, we can prepare you for the immigration interview over the phone or in person. Immigration Officers ask most people the same questions; however, depending on the circumstances of your case, you may be required to answer some unique difficult questions. Also, Immigration Officers are trained to “read” your body language and to elicit information from you. We can help you to get ready for the interview by going over the potential questions and discussing the interview process. It is much easier and more relaxing to go through the interview when you know what to expect and when you are prepared. (read more)
Are you trying to obtain a green card in order to work in the U.S.? If so, contact the Los Angeles Immigration Center at (310) 933-4455 or fill out our online form.