- An attorney will scrutinize your case and will plan your course of action regarding: U.S. citizenship or visa.
- An attorney will make you aware of all your benefits for which you may be entitled under the law and propose the best way for you to obtain legal resident status.
- An attorney will help you to fill the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services forms and submit it properly. Incomplete or incorrectly filled form often becomes a reason for rejection of immigration applications, hence it can help you avoiding unnecessary delays and problems caused otherwise because of errors in application forms.
- May keep you updated with the status of your application forms
- Can act as your attorney and present your court in case if needed
- Help you to utilize U.S. immigration laws to your benefits
What is Immigration?
Immigration is the act of moving to or settling in another country or region, temporarily or permanently. An immigrant is someone who intends to reside permanently, and not a casual visitor or traveler. Immigration means “in-migration” into a country, and is the reverse of emigration, or “out-migration.” The long term and/or permanent movement of human population in general, whether into, out of, or within countries (or before the existence of recognized countries) is regarded as migration.
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