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“Your Immigration Status Matters to Us” and we would be very pleased to assist you with any type of process you might need or visa you are seeking to obtain. 

 
According to the U.S. immigration laws, all foreign nationals need a visa whether a temporal or permanent one before seeking lawful admission into the United States. In addition, the purpose of the travel determinate: 
 
  1. The type of visa is required to obtain; and 
  2. The requirements an applicant must meet in order to be eligible for that particular visa.

In general, there are two categories of visas:

  1. Immigrant Visa (Permanent)
    This visa grants to the foreign national the right to live and work permanently in the United States and foreign nationals who are holders of these visas are called Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs); typically after meeting some requirements these LPRs can apply to become U.S. citizens.
  2. Non-Immigrant Visas (Temporary)
    These visas allow foreign national temporary admission to invest, work, train, or reside in the United States. Each visa has its own specific requirements, benefits, restrictions, and period of time; typically these visas are not a path to become LPRs.

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Citizens are allowed to petition for some qualified relatives to come and live permanently in this country with them.
Among this process there are five (5) preference categories through which an individual can seek to live and work permanently in the United States.
These visas allow to the foreign national temporary admission to invest, work, train or reside in the United States.
Not every person qualifies for this type of process that allows an applicant to waive something that makes that person inadmissible.
The Immigration and Nationality Laws protects individuals who are experiencing special situations within their families or due to humanitarian reasons.
There are twelve (12) principal types of immigration proceedings conducted by the Immigration Court.
The United States has always welcomed immigrants from all over the world and values all their contributions as enrichment to this country.

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