Fighting for Your Rights

We understand the complexities and challenges individuals face when navigating the intricate legal landscape of Immigration and Naturalization. Our expertise is in the following areas:

Family-Based Immigration: Reuniting families is at the heart of our practice. We assist with sponsorships, visas, and green cards to bring your loved ones to the United States.

Employment-Based Immigration: Navigating the employment immigration process can be daunting. Our team helps individuals and businesses obtain work visas and permanent residency for foreign employees.

Investor Visas: We provide comprehensive assistance to investors seeking visas, such as the EB-5 program, guiding them through the complexities of the investment and immigration processes.

Citizenship Applications: Our team assists eligible permanent residents in their journey towards becoming U.S. citizens. We guide eligibility, documentation, and the naturalization interview.

Dual Citizenship: We provide tailored advice and solutions to ensure compliance with relevant laws for those navigating the complexities of maintaining citizenship in multiple countries.

Why Choose the Federal Practice Group

Expertise and Experience: Our attorneys bring a wealth of knowledge and experience to every case. With a deep understanding of immigration law, we can handle even the most challenging cases.

Personalized Approach: We recognize that each client’s situation is unique. Our team takes a personalized approach, working closely with clients to understand their goals and develop customized strategies for success.

Responsive Communication: We prioritize open and transparent communication with our clients. Our team is dedicated to informing you throughout the legal process and promptly addressing your concerns.

Multilingual Support: Our firm proudly offers services in multiple languages, ensuring that language barriers never impede your access to quality legal representation.

Results-Oriented: We are committed to achieving positive outcomes for our clients. Whether you are seeking family reunification, employment-based immigration, or naturalization, we are focused on delivering results.

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If you are navigating the complex landscape of immigration and naturalization, our team is here to help.

Contact us today and take the first step toward achieving your immigration goals.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Immigration law refers to the set of rules, regulations, and policies that govern the entry, residence, and legal status of foreign nationals in a country. It covers various aspects of immigration, including visas, citizenship, deportation, and asylum. 

A visa is an official document issued by a country’s government that allows a foreign national to enter and stay in that country for a specific purpose and duration. There are different types of visas, such as tourist visas, student visas, work visas, and family-sponsored visas. 

A green card (officially known as a Permanent Resident Card) grants a foreign national the right to live and work permanently in the United States. Citizenship, on the other hand, confers the full rights and privileges of being a citizen, including the ability to vote and hold public office. Green card holders are not citizens but can apply for citizenship after meeting certain eligibility criteria. 

Asylum is a form of protection granted to individuals who have a well-founded fear of persecution in their home country based on factors such as race, religion, nationality, political opinion, or membership in a particular social group. To be eligible for asylum, you must apply within a specific timeframe after arriving in the country where you are seeking asylum. 

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