Queens Immigration Visa Lawyer
Immigrant Visa Categories in Queens and NYC
An immigrant visa is also referred to as a
green card and grants you permanent residence in the United States. This comes with
most privileges citizens enjoy, save some such as the right to vote or
unlimited restriction regarding your time in and out of the United States.
You are able to live and work permanently in the county as soon as your
immigrant visa is issued. A
Queens and Manhattan immigration lawyer from our firm can help to determine whether or not you qualify for immigrant
status and assist you through the application process.
Green Card Qualifications
The ways in which you may obtain a green card for
permanent residency in the U.S. include:
Family relationships. If you are related to a United States citizen or
Legal Permanent Resident (LPR), you may qualify to immigrate based on
this connection. Spouses, minor children and unmarried children over 21
years of age are allowed this privilege under
family immigration, requiring all necessary paperwork is correctly submitted and processed.
Parents, siblings and fiancés may also enjoy this privilege in
Employment immigration. Certain jobs may allow you to obtain immigrant status.
asylum status can lead to you being granted permanent residence.
- Certain special adjustment programs. These are very specific, however,
you may qualify, for example, if you are an informant, were born to a
foreign diplomat in the United States or fall under certain other categories.
Our NYC Immigration Attorneys Can Help With Your Visa
100 years of combined experience, Musa-Obregon & Associates is well-versed in all aspects of immigration
law and processes. We will review your personal circumstances for any
way in which you may qualify or become qualified for an immigrant visa.
We are a full service firm and take pride in our insightful legal representation
that has allowed many of our clients to obtain residency.
Contact a Queens immigration attorney for help pursuing the right to live and work permanently in the U.S.
We represent individuals throughout Queens, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Manhattan,
Rockland County and Westchester County.