Law Offices of David M Haghighi, APC
Law Offices of David M Haghighi, APC | Law firm in Los Angeles, California
LOS ANGELES IMMIGRATION ATTORNEYS AGGRESSIVE IMMIGRATION LEGAL REPRESENTATION IN LOS ANGELES, CA United States immigration law is a notoriously complex subject, one that presents challenges and confusions even to those who work in the field on a daily basis.
If you or a loved one is facing deportation or removal from the United States, are afraid to return to your home country, are in need of a visa for temporary travel to the U.S. or are interested in helping an employee or family member to immigrate to this country, it is in your best interests to hire a Los Angeles immigration attorney who has experience with the system and can help you navigate the process from start to finish.
Come to the Law Offices of David M. Haghighi, APC for a team of immigration lawyers who have a solid reputation for results-driven legal practice. While there is no way to guarantee results, the firm’s attorneys always do their absolute best to help their clients in every case they represent.
When you contact the firm for a free initial consultation, a lawyer from the team will take the time to answer all of your questions about the situation. They can provide you with honest advice, and they will give you an unbiased opinion of your legal options.
The attorneys know how much may be at stake for you, and they would never advise a course of action that they would not provide to their own family members. By choosing the firm, you will be giving yourself the benefit of working with a team who has been in your shoes-they are all immigrants who have themselves undergone the process.
They work to make their clients feel comfortable at every stage of the case by working directly with them, rather than passing them off to paralegals or assistants. Your attorney will carefully evaluate your case to find any and all options which may be available to you and will work with you to come up with meaningful solutions for achieving your goals.
Applying for an Immigrant Visa in Los Angeles Foreign nationals who hope to immigrate permanently to the United States will normally do so through either one of three options: asylum based immigration, family-based immigration or employment-based immigration.
Under the provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), there is an unlimited number of immigrant visas available for the immediate relatives of U.S. citizens, in addition to an annual quota of 226,000 visas for the immediate relatives of lawful permanent residents and for other family members of citizens.
The INA also allocates approximately 140,000 visas for employment-based immigration, with several different subcategories of visas for different types of workers. This figure includes visas for investment based (EB-5) immigration, which is for individuals who are planning to come to this country for the purposes of investing in new or established enterprise.
There are also dozens of unique types of non-immigrant visas available to those who travel for short-term employment, to visit with relatives, for pleasure or study.
WHY HIRE A LOS ANGELES IMMIGRATION LAWYER?
You are not legally required to retain legal representation for your immigration case, but it is highly advisable that you do so.
Your attorney can assist you with gathering any and all documentation that may be necessary for your petition, as well as working to expedite the case and ensure that your application is approved with a minimum of delay.
In the event that your petition is wrongfully denied, we can work to resolve any complications and fight for the results that you deserve.
Applying for a visa can be a frustrating and confusing experience, but you can level the playing field between you and the authorities by hiring us to represent you. We are compassionate. We are experienced.
We are aggressive and do our best for every client. You can expect a call back within 24 hours of contacting us; we urge you to seek our help now.
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