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Albuquerque Immigration Lawyers

Albuquerque, NM visa and green card lawyer

Attorneys for Family-Based and Employment-Based Immigration in Albuquerque, NM

Because U.S. immigration laws change regularly, people who plan to come to the country from elsewhere in the world may struggle to determine what requirements they will need to meet and what types of information they will need to provide. Different rules apply for immigrants who plan to become permanent residents and those who will be making temporary visits. In addition to receiving authorization to enter the country, immigrants may also need to determine what steps they will need to take to prevent a forced departure. When navigating the complex rules, requirements, and regulations that play a role in this process, an experienced immigration lawyer can be an invaluable guide while also serving as an advocate in legal proceedings. John W. Lawit, LLC works with immigrants, temporary visitors, family members, employers, and others to address these issues. We serve clients in the Albuquerque area and throughout the United States, and we work with people from all over the world to ensure that they can address immigration issues effectively.

Effective Representation in Albuquerque, New Mexico Immigration Cases

Our attorneys have been working in the field of immigration law for over 40 years, and we have helped tens of thousands of people address these matters and resolve issues that affect their ability to enter the U.S. as temporary visitors or permanent residents, ensure that they can continue living in the country, and maintain the proper legal status. We provide legal help with multiple types of cases, including:

  • Albuquerque family-based immigration - Family members in foreign countries may be able to receive sponsorship from loved ones who have U.S. citizenship or lawful permanent resident status. We work to help families determine the types of visas they may qualify for, and we ensure that they provide the correct information during the visa application process. After receiving immigrant visas, family members may also be able to apply for green cards, ensuring that they will be able to live together and pursue opportunities for employment while receiving other benefits.
  • Albuquerque removal defense - Many immigrants will be worried about the possibility that they may face deportation, especially if they are concerned about issues that may threaten their health and safety in their home countries. We provide representation for those who are involved in removal proceedings, helping them determine their options and working to protect their safety.
  • Albuquerque citizenship and naturalization - U.S. citizenship provides many benefits, and immigrants who have made a permanent home in the country may seek this status after meeting the requirements for residence, moral character, and knowledge of U.S. history and civics. We assist with naturalization applications and ensure that immigrants are fully prepared to provide the necessary documentation and take citizenship tests.
  • Non-immigrant visas - Foreign citizens may make temporary visits to the U.S. for a variety of reasons, and they will need to obtain visas allowing for entry and providing them with authorization to participate in certain activities. We assist with applications for student visas and tourist visas. We can also help determine what types of temporary employment-based visas may be available to people based on their experience and abilities, and we help investors apply for non-immigrant visas or determine whether they qualify to apply for green cards.
  • Appeals - Immigration court judges may make decisions that affect a person's ability to stay in the country, or applications submitted to immigration officials may be denied. We work to help our clients determine their options in these cases, including advising them on whether they can appeal a decision that was made in error or provide additional information that may allow a request to be granted.

Contact Our Albuquerque Immigration Attorneys

From our Albuquerque office, we offer experienced and dedicated legal help to people who need to address issues related to visa or green card applications, citizenship, deportation, or other immigration issues. Please contact us today at 214-609-2242 to arrange a confidential consultation.

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