Navigating The Visa Application Process
Immigration laws concerning visas are complex and the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) strictly reviews visa applications and determines if the applicant is eligible for a visa under the immigration laws. At Amicangelo & Theisen, we have the knowledge and experience to help you make sure that you are in compliance with the visa application guidelines. Our attorneys stay abreast of changing laws and recent court rulings that may have an impact on your visa application. We understand that for many people, the accurate completion and filing of forms is critical to reuniting families and securing employment.
When you come to us for help with a visa application, you work directly with an attorney. We tailor our services to meet your specific needs and work with you hand-in-hand throughout the process.
Reuniting Families With Family-Based Visas
For people seeking family visas, we take the time to get a full understanding of the circumstances of the person seeking the visa. Ensuring that all information is accurate and complete can significantly reduce the amount of time it takes to get a decision on your visa. We assist with all types of family visa applications including:
- K-1 visas for fiancés and fiancées
- K-3 visas for spouses
- Visitor visas
- Immediate relative visa (for children, parents, brothers and sisters)
- Family preference visa (for more distant family with a relationship to a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident)
We keep our clients updated on the progress of visa applications and respond quickly to any issues that arise.
Employment-Based Immigration Visas
The application process for getting an employment-based visa is time-consuming and complex. Simple mistakes can derail the whole process and cause extended delays. At Amicangelo & Theisen, we will assist you in accurately completing, filing, and submitting the necessary forms and evidence to keep the process moving. We help clients with all types of employment visas including:
- H1-B visas for specialty workers
- H1-C visas for nurses
- EB-1 visas for priority workers
- EB-2 visas for professionals with advanced degrees and exceptional abilities
- EB-3 visas for skilled, professional and unskilled workers
- EB-4 visas for special immigrants such as religious workers, Afghan and Iraqi translators
Federal immigration laws allow spouses and children to accompany immigrants with employment-based visas in most cases.
For Help With The Visa Application Process, Contact Us Today
If you are applying for a visa, don’t run the risk of costly delays caused by errors in the application process. Contact us for an initial consultation to see how we can help. Call 814-841-4044 or fill out our online contact form.