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Most persons hire an immigration attorney when they need assistance in submitting an application for some type of immigration document, such as a visa or green card. This is especially true when the person is unable to fully understand the various requirements under immigration law.
There are certain instances when hiring an immigration attorney is advisable. Some of these situations include:
If an applicant has been convicted of a crime: Nearly all USCIS forms ask whether the applicant has been convicted of a crime. The applicant must disclose their entire criminal record, even for charges that were dropped or expunged. It is usually not necessary to hire a criminal attorney, but the Law Office Of Brad Nance, LLCs always understands how immigration and criminal law overlap.
Prior immigration applications have been denied: The Law Firm Of Brad Nance, LLC will be able to determine why the application was denied. They can also tell if it is possible to appeal the application or re-apply later in the future.
If the person has previously been deported or excluded from entry into the U.S.: Sometimes deportation or exclusion means that the person is permanently barred from future applications. The Law Firm Of Brad Nance, LLC can provide advice on the effects of deportation and exclusion.
If an applicant has a medical condition: Some, but not all medical conditions may prevent a person from obtaining entry into the U.S. (such as some communicable diseases).
When an applicant is waiting an unreasonably long time during the application process: The Law Office Of Brad Nance, LLCs is familiar with application processes, including deadlines and waiting times. Our Firm can sometimes help the applicant obtain expedited or rush processing.
If the applicant is seeking an employment-based visa, but their prospective employer is not assisting with immigration issues: Processing for employment-based visas can be complicated. The Law Office Of Brad Nance, LLC can help ensure that future employers are fulfilling their obligations to future immigrant workers.
If the applicant’s marriage to a U.S. citizen was terminated before they were able to have conditions removed on their permanent resident status: Visa applications based on marriages are usually filed jointly. If the marriage has been terminated due to divorce or death, it can be particularly difficult to prove that the marriage was not fraudulent.
If an applicant is seeking to adjust their permanent resident status but was recently divorced and married to a different U.S. citizen: The main issue here is that the first marriage may be suspected to be a scam. Hiring the Law Office Of Brad Nance, LLC may be necessary and vital to prove that the first marriage was legitimate.