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Immigration law and obtaining legal status

On Behalf of | Jun 11, 2024 | Immigration

Immigrating to the United States is a dream for many foreign nationals, but it can feel just out of reach due to the complex laws and lengthy processes involved. You may feel overwhelmed by the idea that something could go wrong, and you could lose your chance to come to America.

While it is natural to have concerns and be nervous when embarking on this life-changing path, you should know that you have rights and options when it comes to this process. You do not need to navigate a legal system that is foreign to you on your own.

Immigration law

At Talmud law, our law firm understands that immigrants come to America at New York and other ports of entry for a wide range of reasons. For many, the reason is to permanently immigrate to the United States and obtain citizenship. Because each individual and family seeking to immigrate to America has their own unique situation, goals and needs, our attorneys take the time to listen to our clients, helping them make their dreams a reality.

Immigration law can be difficult to understand, and the process will take time. Our law firm ensures that our clients understand their situation, giving them a realistic timeline and expectations. If issues arise or a setback occurs, we work diligently with our clients to help them successfully navigate these matters.

Legal status

Obtaining legal status in the United States is possible through various avenues. The visa you apply for will depend on your specific and unique situation and goals. This could include applying for a fiancé visa or spousal visa, pursuing a nonimmigrant visa, seeking an immigration waiver or obtaining a green card through a family member or through an employer.

You may encounter issues due to your criminal record, find yourself in a removal proceeding or receive a denial for citizenship. In these matters, you have rights and legal options to pursue. These decisions are not always final and could be appealed or defended.

Immigration law and the processes required to obtain legal entrance and status can be complex, requiring detailed paperwork and possibly interviews and hearings. Thus, it is imperative that you consider the legal rights afforded to you. A legal professional can answer any questions you having, helping you make an informed decision.