MICHIGAN VISA ATTORNEYS
Results-Oriented Immigration Representation in Southfield, Dearborn, Warren, and Detroit
Looking to visit, study, live, or work in the United States? You will need the appropriate visa to enter and remain in the country. A variety of temporary and permanent visas may be able to help you accomplish your goals, but understanding which visa is right for you and how to efficiently obtain one can be a daunting challenge.
At Haque Legal, we can help you achieve your immigration objectives. Our Michigan visa lawyers are familiar with the most popular visas, including green cards, but we are also prepared to pursue innovative immigration strategies that meet your needs. After assessing your specific goals, our team can walk you through your visa options and discuss the most viable path forward. From there, we can assist with the preparation of application materials, represent you in communications with United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and do everything in our power to get you the visa you need as efficiently as possible.
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Many visas are categorized as “temporary, nonimmigrant” visas. This means that they come with an expiration date, though some can be renewed. Only green cards allow you to remain in the United States indefinitely. Getting a green card is also a crucial step in becoming a U.S. citizen.
Our Michigan visa attorneys can assist you with:
- Employment visas. To get an employment-based green card, you must find a U.S.-based employer that is willing to offer you a job and sponsor you. You and your prospective employer will generally need to obtain a labor certification from the USCIS, which requires you to demonstrate your taking the position will not take jobs away from U.S. citizens. Note that a limited number of employment-based green cards are available each year, so even if you have a labor certification and an enthusiastic sponsor, you are not guaranteed a visa. Your qualifications, level of education, and occupational history will determine which of the employment immigration categories you are eligible for, which in turn influences the likelihood of obtaining a green card. If procuring a sponsor or green card is impractical, we can also help you explore temporary nonimmigrant employment-based visas that allow you to work certain types of jobs in the U.S. for specified periods of time.
- Student visas. If you are hoping to study in the United States and have been accepted by a school authorized to admit international students, we can help you obtain an F-1 student visa that allows you to remain in the country for the duration of your education. We can also assist with M-1 visas for students in vocational or certain non-academic programs.
- Investor visas. If you have considerable financial resources at your disposal, you may be able to get a temporary visa or a green card through investment. You can potentially obtain the EB-5 investor green card if you invest a minimum of $1 million (or $500,000 in a targeted employment area) in a U.S.-based enterprise that creates at least 10 American jobs (or in some instances, preserves at least at-risk American jobs). E-1 and E-2 visas are nonimmigrant visas available to those who facilitate substantial international trade with a treaty country or come to the U.S. to support a significant financial investment in a U.S.-based enterprise. Both of these visas can be renewed an unlimited number of times so long as their respective conditions are met.
- Family and marriage visas. U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor certain relatives for green cards. Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, including spouses, receive priority over other types of eligible relatives, including those of existing green card holders. Because USCIS remains concerned about immigration fraud, you will need to prove the legitimacy of your relationship with your spouse if you seek a green card through marriage. We can provide support and advocacy throughout this process. Our team can also help you “remove conditions” from a marriage green card.
- Tourist visas. Citizens of many countries can travel to the United States for business or pleasure for up to 90 days without a visa so long as they have an Electronic System for Travel Authorization (ESTA). If you are not a citizen or national of a participating country, the B-2 visa allows you to travel to the U.S. to vacation, visit family or friends, receive medical treatment, or participate in events. We can help you obtain the B-2 visa and review its limitations.
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You do not have to go through the complex process of seeking a visa alone. At Haque Legal, our Michigan visa lawyers will be here to provide personalized guidance and support your immigration journey from start to finish. No matter your goals, we are ready to do whatever it takes to help you achieve them.