The Singular Law Group helps you immigrate to the U.S. for work, education, or family reunification.
Your Arizona immigration and visa lawyer makes the immigration process easy and stress-free.
Do not let the complexities of United States immigration law stand in the way of your American dream. Even if you do everything right, U.S.C.I.S. might give you a hard time about your plans to settle in the United States and continue on your path to citizenship. For example, it is not your fault if your employer promised to sponsor you for a green card but they are still dragging their feet by the time your visa is about to expire. Likewise, your spouse might have seemed like a completely different person before you got married and moved to the United States, but when you arrived, your spouse and your in-laws turned out to be dishonest and abusive. Your spouse might try to scare you out of filing for divorce by saying that you will lose your green card, but that is not the whole story. An Arizona immigration lawyer can help you.
An Arizona immigration lawyer can help you prove to U.S.C.I.S. that you have been following the law.
If you are filing an immigration petition or are in danger of losing your immigration status, a Maricopa county immigration lawyer can help. A professionally prepared application makes a difference. We have experience with the following practice areas:
Naturalization and Permanent Residency: An immigration lawyer can help you apply for citizenship or adjust your status to get a permanent green card.
Fiance Visas: You can get a fiancé visa if you got engaged to a U.S. citizen in your home country. You must marry your American fiancé within four months of arriving in the U.S. Then you can get a green card by applying to adjust your status. Your lawyer can help you avoid obstacles.
Work Visas: The work visa rules are complicated and vary according to profession. Your visa may enable your spouse and children to immigrate, too.
If you enter the United States on a nonimmigrant visa, your employer, university, or fiancé might treat you like you are at their mercy. You have rights in the U.S. regardless of your immigration status, and an Arizona immigration lawyer can help you exercise them.