We Can Help Navigate The Visa Process
Foreign citizens who intend to enter the United States must first obtain a visa. According to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), there are more than 180 different types of visas, all of which fall under one of two distinct immigration categories.
At The Díaz Firm, PLLC, we can help make this complicated process go smoothly. With over 30 years of experience working with immigration issues and the visa process, you can rest assured that you are in good hands. Our attorneys take a personal interest in every client. We strive to offer comprehensive legal help and will help you understand the best choices for you along the way.
Foreign nationals who plan on immigrating to the United States on a permanent basis must apply for an immigrant visa. Applicants must first complete the process for permanent residency through either employment-based immigration or family immigration.
In some cases, refugees, asylum seekers and other certain foreign citizens may also be able to obtain immigrant visas. These visas allow foreign citizens to enter a U.S. port of entry, where they can receive their permanent resident status.
All foreign citizens who want to visit the United States on a temporary basis must apply for a nonimmigrant visa. Temporary nonimmigrant visas may be granted for a variety of reasons and usually include information about the purpose of a person’s visit and the duration of their stay in the United States.
Some of the most common types of nonimmigrant visas include:
- Student visas
- Tourist visas
- Temporary worker visas
- Investor visas
Our Approach To Working With Clients
Our experienced and patient team is prepared to assist you. We can help determine which visa is most appropriate for your needs. We will help you navigate the complicated application process.
We are committed to helping all interested clients swiftly and successfully handle the immigrant or nonimmigrant visa application process. We also provide comprehensive legal assistance for additional visa issues such as visa waivers, provisional waivers and renewals.
We Are On Your Side
Because this process requires extensive legal work and procedural specifications, having a qualified immigration lawyer on your side can alleviate frustrations and reduce the risk of errors.