Immigration Law

Immigration Law, Visa, Residence, Naturalization

The Jackson Law Firm has extensive experience in handling immigration law matters, and provides a variety of U.S. immigration law services. Many immigrants arriving in the United States are not familiar with immigration laws and seek legal advice from friends, relatives, translators, or notaries. They often obtain wrong information, and as a result, can encounter serious problems in the future during their application for permanent residence (green card), citizenship, and family reunion, and can even face removal proceedings and visa denials. Without the assistance of a knowledgeable immigration attorney, it is very difficult to understand the complex immigration laws of the United States. To many people, it can appear that in order to obtain immigration benefits, it would be sufficient to merely fill out a form, attach copies of the necessary documents and pay the government filing fee. In reality, however, in order to provide appropriate immigration advice, it is necessary to know the U.S. immigration laws and to ascertain in detail the immigration history of each applicant.

The highly-qualified attorneys at The Jackson Law Firm have a very professional approach to each individual’s case, and will be able to prepare a complete packet of documents from the beginning to the end of the immigration application process in order to pursue the necessary immigration status for our clients. The Jackson Law Firm has offices throughout the country, and its immigration attorneys are able to assist on U.S. immigration law matters across the United States. Whether you are an individual or corporate client, our firm will focus on ascertaining the best solution for you under the U.S. immigration system.

The areas of U.S. immigration law in which our firm can provide such assistance include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • E-1 Treaty Trader Visas;
  • E-2 Treaty Investor Visas;
  • EB-5 Investor’s Visa;
  • L-1A Visa;
  • H1-B Temporary Professional Worker Visas;
  • Family-Sponsored Permanent Residence;
  • K-1 Visas for Fiancées/Fiancés of US Citizens;
  • J Waivers;
  • National Interest Waivers / Extraordinary Ability Permanent Residence;
  • Naturalization; and
  • Permanent Residence Through Employment.

The Jackson Law Firm will gladly provide you with a consultation on any immigration issue, and we are able to handle immigration matters of varying complexity on your behalf.

We encourage you to contact our law firm to discuss your options regarding your U.S. immigration law matter, so that we can map out an appropriate solution to your particular immigration situation.

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