Immigration Attorneys in Arlington
Helping Individuals and Families Live & Work in the U.S.
There are many reasons someone wants to live or work in the U.S. Some are fleeing life-threatening situations in their home country. Others seek greater economic opportunities. Parents want to give their children a better education and a brighter future.
Comprehensive Immigration Services Available in Arlington
Immigration law is among the most complex legal areas to navigate. Simply looking at the website for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) can leave non-lawyers wondering what to do next.
Those who attempt to proceed through the system on their own are often met with denials and delays. Our smart and focused immigration team cuts through the noise and develops strong strategies in an effort to achieve our clients’ goals of living and working in this country.
Our immigration services include the following:
- Adjustment of Status
- Work Visas
- Family-Sponsored Immigration
- Green Cards & Naturalization/Citizenship
- Removal Defense
Advocating for Immigrants Facing Deportation
Deportation back to their home country is often a scary prospect for an immigrant. In many cases, they left the country because of fear for their life or an inability to financially provide for themselves and their families. Norred Law provides aggressive advocacy for those facing deportation.
The removal process can begin for any of the following reasons:
- Violating U.S. immigration law
- Committing a crime (even some misdemeanors are deportable offenses)
- Violating the terms of their visa
- Failing to provide a change of address to USCIS within 10 days
Legal Counsel for Employers Needing Temporary Workers
Not everyone entering the U.S. wants to be here permanently. They often work seasonally and return home. Foreign companies with a presence in this country may also need to have employees temporarily come to the U.S. to help with certain projects or initiatives.
U.S. employers petition for employment-based visas based on the worker and the type of worker needed: E visas, H visas, L visas, and P visas. In many cases, the spouse and unmarried children under age 21 can petition to accompany the worker to this country.
Norred Law provides strategic counsel to employers needing to bring foreign workers temporarily into the U.S. to provide a valuable service that cannot be met by the current American workforce.
Family-Based Immigration Services
We appreciate the value of strong family units in Arlington. Family-based immigration services are a central part of our immigration practice. U.S. citizens can petition to bring their non-citizen family members to the U.S. Family sponsorships are usually for spouses, minor children, siblings, or parents. Lawful permanent residents (Green Card holders) can file a petition for their spouse or unmarried children.
Our high-powered attorneys are ready to utilize their knowledge, skill and experience to provide strategic solutions to your legal needs.
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I would highly recommend Norred Law to anyone in need of legal assistance.- Allison Wilbanks
I Love this place so much that I even work here.- Chad Lampe
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