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What We Can Do For You

Our team of consultants are eager to assist you with your immigration needs while maintaining adherence to all regulations and guidelines established by USCIS. We seek to provide solutions that are effective and beneficial. The services we offer are the following:

Immigration Counseling Client
  • Document completion

  • Securement of supporting documents

  • Form filing

  • Attorney Referral Services

Document Completion

As part of our document completion services, we can help you complete any official forms provided by State or Federal offices, recommend any other forms you may require, and review forms before submission.

Supporting Documents

For many of the immigration forms, supporting documents, such as a birth certificate, are required. We can provide assistance in obtaining these documents and including them with your document submission.

Form Filing

Not all immigration forms are filed, or submitted, in the same place. Some forms are required to be mailed in; other forms can be submitted online. To avoid confusion and ensure a smooth filing process, we can ensure all your documents are submitted correctly.

Document Completion

As an immigration consultant, and not an attorney, we can only offer nonlegal assistance or advice. If such legal services are required, we can quickly connect you with an immigration attorney.

Complete List of Services

Below you can find a list of some of the essential processes we can assist you with.

Green Card

A green card can be obtained through marriage, close relatives, and many other ways.

Fiancé Visa

A fiancé visa can provide a way for your foreign significant other to enter the United States.

Family-Based Visas

A current United States resident can petition for a family member to receive a visa.

Visa Renewal

Temporary visas often need to be renewed so the immigrant will not overstay and possibly be deported.

B1/B2 Tourist Visa

A visa that is available to many visitors is a tourist visa, which is selectively issued due to restrictions on United States embassies.

Employment/Business Visas

Many seek employment in the United States through various visas sponsored by an employer.

Student Visa

A visa for those seeking to study in the United States is often complicated and can be rejected if not done correctly.

Form I-90 is filed in order to replace a Lawful Permanent Resident card.
Form I-102 is filed in order to receive a form I-94/95 (Nonimmigrant Arrival/Departure Document)
The H1B1 visa is for professionals from Chile and Singapore.
TN Visa
The TN visa is for Mexican and Canadian professionals.
O1 Visa
The O-1 visa is for individuals with extraordinary ability or achievement.
Form I-485 is filed in order to register permanent residence or adjust status (e.g. marriage or other family-based status adjustments)
AC21 requests allow those who immigrate through employment to possibly transfer their process to another employer.
B1/B2 Visa Renewal
The B1/B2 visa is for non-immigrant visitors to the United States, whether for business or tourism.
Form N-400 is filed in order to receive United States citizenship through naturalization after a certain period of time as a Lawful Permanent Resident.
After achieving lawful permanent resident status when having been married for a short amount of time, conditions will be placed on your status. Form I-751 is filed in order to remove these conditions.
Form I-539 is filed in order to extend or change non-immigrant (status without intention of permanence) visa/status.
A change of address needs to be reported within 10 days, and form AR-11 is filed in order to do so.
Form I-821 is filed in order to receive Temporary Protected Status. This helps nationals and people of certain designated countries.
Form I-821D is filed in order to grant or renew DACA status.
Form G-639 is filed in order to request and access records of US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Form I-600 is filed in order to classify an orphan as an immediate relative.
Form I-600A is filed in order to determinate eligibility of US citizens for the adoption of an orphan from a non-Hague Convention country.
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