Becoming a U.S. citizen can be a daunting process seemingly covered in miles of red tape.
But it is worth the effort.
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Beaverton Law Group understands the immigration process and how it relates to you. Call today to set up a free, no-obligation consultation. During the initial interview, you will tell us about your immigration goals and we will explain your rights and your options.
As your lawyer, we can discuss several non-immigrant and immigrant visas and determine which best meets your needs.
Beaverton Law Group focuses on all aspects of the immigration process, including:
• Legal permanent residence (LPR)
• Family visas
• Fiancee visas
• Business compliance
• Student visas
• Work visas
• Status adjustment
• Family petitions
• Deportation defense
The terminology used in the immigration process can be confusing. Explanation of Terms:
You may qualify for a student visa if you hope to attend a technical, two-year or a four-year program. After completion of your education program, you may qualify for a work visa or gain training for a limited time span while still residing in the U.S.
The fiancée visa expressly notifies USCIS that your intent is to remain in the country by concluding a valid marriage with a U.S. citizen. This visa is the first step in the process, allowing you to legally enter the U.S.. After marriage, your new spouse will proceed with a Petition for Alien Relative.
Business Personnel Visas
For individuals wishing to come to the U.S. for employment, there are several options, including:
• E Visas (Investors)
• H Visas (Specialty occupations, temporary agricultural workers, skilled/unskilled workers, trainees)
• L Visas (In-company transfers)
• O Visas (Persons of outstanding or extraordinary ability in arts, science, education, business or athletics)
• P Visas (Athletes and group entertainers)
Permanent Residence (Green Card)
Technically a status adjustment, we can help if you qualify for either of the following processes of becoming a permanent resident:
Parents, children and siblings can sponsor relatives for permanent residency. Waiting times differ depending on your country of citizenship and the number of people applying for citizenship that year.
Employers may sponsor an individual for permanent resident status. There is an annual limit on the number of permanent residents.
If you are currently a permanent resident or want to know what it takes to become a U.S. citizen, call Beaverton Law Group today.
To schedule a consultation with Beaverton Law Group, call (503)-644-2146 or email today.