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Jose Antonio "Tony" Cua-Toc, age 27, is currently awaiting deportation at the ICE Stewart Detention Center in Lumpkin, Georgia ...


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If passed, Senate Bill 458 would bar illegal immigrants from attending approximately 35 universities and 25 technical colleges in the state of Georgia. ...

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The dense bureaucracies that are the United States Department of State (USDOS), the United States Department of Labor (USDOL), United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), the United States Customs and Border Patrol (USCBP) and the Immigration and Customs Enforcement Agency (ICE) present an issue to foreign nationals and employers wishing to successfully navigate applications through them. Our attorneys value their ability to make the immigration process as smooth as possible. Clients can expect thorough in-depth advice, streamlined processes, experienced staff, and quick responses to their questions and queries, whether e-mailed, phoned, or in-person. With certain immigration issues, there may be no time to waste and having a competent lawyer by your side is the best way to ensure everything runs efficiently and quickly.

You can become a permanent resident and receive a green card through various methods. The most common ways to obtain a green card are through a job, family, or through refugee or asylum status. The steps to become a permanent resident are different for each category and will depend on if you reside inside or outside of the United States. During the process of obtaining a green card, it is valuable to have an experienced and knowledgeable immigration lawyer working for you who can make the process run more smoothly and deal with any legal issues or conflicts that may arise.

Do you wish to come to the United States in order to obtain employment? Our immigration law attorneys represent those in other countries that would like to relocate to the United States on a H1-B, L-1A, or L1-B work visa. Our attorneys also represent large companies, small businesses, and other financial endeavors throughout the United States looking to employ individuals from foreign countries.

In addition to H1-B, L-1A, and L1-B work visas, our immigration law attorneys can provide clients with legal assistance regarding the following business and work visas:

- E1 Visas
- Q Visas International Cultural Exchange Program
- R Visas Religious Worker
- E2 Visas
- P Visas for athletes, entertainers, and artists
- O Visas for individuals of extraordinary ability

One industry that has a large amount of potential for foreign employment due to it being the fastest growing industry is the information technology industry. Many IT professionals have been helped by our immigration law attorneys and been brought over to the United States to lawfully obtain IT employment under a business work visa.

If you need legal assistance for your Immigration case, please consult with a local professional Immigration Attorney to discuss your case.

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Immigration FAQ

Q: How can a foreign national obtain LPR, or legal permanent resident, status in the United States?

A: The two principal methods in which a foreign national can achieve LPR status is to be sponsored by a qualified individual. This individual can be an employer or a family member currently residing in the United States as a legal permanent resident or as a United States citizen.


Q: If a foreign national is unable to obtain legal permanent resident status, are there alternate methods for lawfully entering the United States?

A: Foreign nationals may be eligible to come to the United States for a brief amount of time with a nonimmigrant visa. On the other hand, to obtain a nonimmigrant visa, the foreign national must meet the guidelines for one of the nonimmigrant classifications. For more information, be sure to speak to an immigration law attorney.


Q: What is the diversity lottery?

A: The diversity lottery is a program created by the Department of State that gives out 50,000 visas annually to foreign nationals from nations with low immigration frequencies to the country. Foreign nationals who are eligible for the lottery are put into a pool and chosen at random by a computer program for the obtainable visas.


Did you Know?

Various education programs can qualify someone for a student visa.

Some of these institutions include colleges, accredited high schools, universities, and more. The requirements for application vary depending whether the prospective student applies after already coming to the United States or while abroad.