Here’s why immigrants, both documented and documented, need to retain a US immigration and visa lawyer now before it’s too late.
The Trump Administration has made it clear that they are tightening immigration laws and don’t intend to stop. Many people, some who have been living in the U.S. for 20+ years, have found themselves being detained and/or deported while others have been subjected to unfair treatment despite their current status. Because the President is working hard to restrict immigrants from various countries from entering into the U.S. or allowing them to reside here, many are finding it difficult to pursue the life they could only dream of or acquire the documentation they need to live here.
If you are someone who is currently living in the U.S., whether it is on a visa, or you have a family member who is needing to obtain the proper documentation so that they can come and live with you, you are going to need an experienced US immigration lawyer to help you. And in the event you are dealing with a more serious immigration-related matter such as facing deportation because you or a loved one was recently arrested, you too will want to hire an attorney as soon as possible who has experience in handling immigration cases.
USAttorneys.com works closely with some of the best US immigration attorneys and can help you get connected with a legal professional immediately. Some immigration matters must be dealt with in a timely manner and we understand that you don’t have time to waste searching for a lawyer who may or may not be able to help you. At USAttorneys.com, your time is valuable and we will work to find you a local lawyer in your city who is capable and qualified to assist you.
If you don’t want to risk having your visa application denied, you will want to hire a US immigration lawyer to help you with the filing process.
What are some things our immigration attorneys can help you with?
- Help you fill out and file your visa application. If you weren’t aware, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently announced that they would be allowing agents who are responsible for processing visa applications to make the decision as to whether they wanted to approve or deny an application that was missing information. Unlike before, USCIS agents would reach out to the applicant and request the missing information so that they could process it. Now, instead of requesting this information and giving the applicant the opportunity to provide it, they can simply deny the application and your chance to receive your visa. You can read more about this policy by clicking here.
So, rather than risk submitting an incomplete or inaccurate visa application, it is best you let an immigration attorney help you. Something else you should know is that if your renewal application is denied, USCIS will likely refer you for deportation if your documents show you are no longer legally permitted to live here.
- Assist you with the filing process for other applications. If it isn’t a visa you are applying for, our lawyers will still help you with the filing process to increase the chances of getting your application approved.
- Prevent you or a loved one from being deported. If you are facing deportation or a family member of yours has been placed in the removal proceedings, our immigration and deportation attorneys can work to get the decision reversed.
Now, let’s say you are not dealing with an immigration matter right now but fear with all the new laws and policies taking effect that one day your status in the U.S. might be affected. Maybe you have a few questions you would like answered but don’t have a reliable source to turn to. If either is the case, you also would benefit from consulting with an immigration lawyer.
The fact is, immigrants, now more than ever, need to have an attorney in mind so that if they ever need their help, they know who to call. At USAttorneys.com, we can provide you with the contact information for some of the top performing immigration attorneys in your area should the time come where you need their assistance.
Call us today and let one of our agents guide you in the direction of finding the legal assistance you need to deal with or solve your immigration matter.