Please contact our Elmhurst immigration attorneys today to schedule a free consultation:
We are happy to meet with you at our Elmhurst office, our our other convenient locations in Downers Grove and Naperville.
We are also happy to speak to you by phone or at any other location in Illinois convenient to you.
If you have a legitimate fear of persecution in your home country, you may be eligible to apply for permanent residency in the United States through either Affirmative Asylum or Defensive Asylum.
Asylum from oppression or persecution based on race, ethnicity or nationality;
Our Elmhurst Immigration Attorneys Have Experience In A Variety Of Areas Of Immigration Law
Our expert team of Elmhurst immigration attorneys will help you accomplish your goals of living and working in the United States. We have the skill and experience necessary to tailor a creative solution to your specific needs. Our experience includes, but is not limited to the following areas of immigration law:
Elmhurst Business Immigration And Visa Attorney
Our Elmhurst immigration attorneys will help you work with your employer to obtain a business immigration visa.
We will ensure that the proper paperwork is filed on time and error free, and that all deadlines are met. Even a minor error or missed deadline can cause significant complications in the visa process, and may even require starting the lengthy process from the beginning. That is why it is important to have the right immigration attorney to make the visa process go smoothly the first time.
Our Elmhurst immigration attorneys will work proactively to avoid the many pitfalls in the visa process. We will communicate with you regularly about your case and stand by your side until your visa is obtained successfully.
Our Elmhurst Immigration Attorneys Will Work With You To File The Appropriate Visa Petition For Your Situation
Our experienced Elmhurst immigration attorneys will assist you in obtaining an immigrant visa to remain in the U.S. permanently, or a non-immigrant visa to allow you to work in the U.S. temporarily.
How Can I Become A U.S. Citizen?
You can become a U.S. Citizen in one of three ways:
What Is The Naturalization Process?
If you have entered the United States Legally and have lived here for at least 5 years (or 3 years if you are the spouse of a citizen), you can be naturalized as a citizen if you meet the following requirements:
Our Elmhurst immigration attorneys will help you keep your loved ones together by filing for family-based visas, such as fiancee and marriage visas, visas for parents, siblings, and extended family, re-entry visas, and the visa lottery.
We will review your situation from every angle to assist your family members in filing petitions for green cards. We will determine which green card is appropriate for your situation and stand by your side every step of the way.
Elmhurst Immigration Removal Attorney
The citizenship interview is a key piece of the naturalization process. You will be interviewed by an official from U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Our team of Downers Grove immigration lawyers will help you overcome the stress of this situation by preparing you for this interview and educating you about what you will be asked. We will stand by your side from the start of the process until you obtain citizenship.
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