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Immigration Attorney

Lawyers Helping People Throughout the U.S. With Visas, Green Cards, and Citizenship

Immigrating to the United States can be a complex and confusing process. At Immigrate Lawyer, we help people from all over the country navigate the immigration system. We have a deep understanding of the laws that affect immigrants and their families, and we are here to provide legal help and guidance throughout you every step of the process.

Whether you are looking to obtain a Green Card, sponsor a family member for an immigrant visa, or apply for citizenship, we can assist you. immigration law is constantly changing, but we are always up-to-date on the latest developments. We know how important your case is, and we will do everything we can to help you achieve your goals.

Immigrants and their sponsors must meet a variety of complex requirements, and mistakes made when submitting forms and documents can cause significant delays, or they may even prevent a person from being able to immigrate to the United States. We are here to take the confusion out of this process as much as possible. We will advise you of the steps you will need to follow, ensure that you have prepared the proper supporting documents, and make sure you will be able to properly address any issues that you may encounter.

Work with a Skilled Attorney to Apply for Your Visa

Most of the time, obtaining an immigrant visa is the first step in the immigration process. After a person is approved for a visa, they will be able to enter the United States and receive authorization to work. We can provide guidance during the visa application process and ensure the groundwork is laid to receive a Green Card and eventually apply for U.S. citizenship.

Can We Help With Your Immigration Case?

1. Are you currently located in the United States?


Immigrants who are physically present in the U.S. may qualify for adjustment of status.

Immigrants outside of the U.S. may apply for visas that will allow for entry to the United States.

2. Have you ever been deported or denied entry to the United States?


While you may still have options for immigration, you may need to take steps to address inadmissibility. Please contact us to discuss these issues and determine how to proceed.

3. Have you lost your immigration status in the United States?


If you have violated U.S. immigration laws by staying in the country after the expiration of a temporary visa, or if you have lost your legal immigration status for any reason, you may need to take steps to defend against deportation. If you are removed from the country, you may not be allowed to re-enter the United States. In these situations, additional steps may need to be taken when applying for a visa, Green Card, or citizenship. Please contact us for more information.

4. Have you been convicted of any crimes?


Certain types of criminal convictions, including aggravated felonies and "crimes involving moral turpitude," will cause you to be inadmissible to the United States. In some cases, waivers of inadmissibility may be available, and you may still be able to apply for a visa or Green Card. Please contact us to discuss these issues.

5. Do you have a family member in the United States who can sponsor you for immigration?


Depending on your relationship with your family member and their status as a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may qualify for a spousal visa, a fiancé visa, or another type of family visa. To learn how we can assist with applications for visas, Green Cards, or citizenship, please fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Unfortunately, you may be unable to apply for a visa or Green Card without sponsorship from a family member. However, other methods of immigration may be available in certain situations. Please contact us if you have questions about the options that may be available to you.

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Family Visa

Sponsorship by family members who are currently living in the United States is one of the most common avenues for immigration. We can advise you on whether you will qualify for a visa through sponsorship by a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, and we will make sure you follow the correct steps when applying for the appropriate family visa.

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We will review your case and advise you on your immigration requirements.

Experienced Legal Help With Immigration Applications

With our help, you can make sure you will be able to approach the immigration process the right way, compile the necessary documentation, and submit all required applications and forms. We will review the current status of immigrants and sponsors, help you understand the types of visas you may qualify for, and ensure that you prepare all of the information that you will need to provide to immigration officials. We will make sure all forms are completed properly and submitted correctly to different agencies, and we will follow up to make sure you are always informed about the status of your case.

The immigration process can be overwhelming, but with the right legal assistance, you can navigate it successfully. Let us help you achieve your immigration goals and make the journey to living in the United States as smooth as possible. Contact Immigrate Lawyer now or call us at 844-464-4727 to get started.

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Our Results-Driven Process

Submit an online contact form to let us know about the immigration issues you need to address

We will get in touch with you to gain more information about your case

We will advise you of the forms that you will need to complete and the supporting documentation you will need to provide

We will make sure all documents are prepared and submitted correctly

We will follow up with you as your application is processed and address any issues that may affect your case



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“William Vásquez is the best professional that I have ever worked with. There are lot of good lawyers with great knowledge of the immigration law.William sets himself apart by being a great, understanding, helpful, supportive, emphatic person. That is rare in this world. He will bend over backwards to work with you.”


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