Seeking help with immigration issues?
Here at Nave Law Firm, our experienced team is ready to offer expertise and guidance every step of the way. We get to know our clients and their issues and work tirelessly to obtain great results. With immigration issues ranging from deportation to naturalization, our team is equipped to handle a variety of related cases. Think you might be in need of legal help? Check out some of our different practice areas related to immigration below or contact us today at (866) 792-7800.
Employment-Based Green Cards
Employment-Based Green Cards allow foreigners to live and work in the United States. This is one of the most popular kinds of green cards. Contact us if you need help obtaining an employment-based green card or have related questions.
Family & Marriage Based Green Cards
Immediate relatives of U.S. citizens are able to apply for green cards as long as they meet eligibility requirements. Those considered immediate family are parents of U.S. citizens that are 21 or older, children of U.S. citizens who are 21 or younger, and spouses. Come to Nave Law with any family and marriage based green card questions you might have.
Immigrant Visas and Consular Processing
Consular processing is when a foreigner applies for an immigrant visa, either through a foreign consulate or through the U.S. embassy. Contact us for help obtaining your immigrant visa.
Nonimmigrant (Temporary) Visas (e.g., tourist, student, business, etc.)
There are many different kinds of temporary visas. Whether you need one for travel or to study in a foreign country, the Nave Team is equipped to help you along the way.
Political asylum is sought by those who are looking move away from their home country due to their disagreement with their government. If you or a loved one are seeking political asylum, reach out for support and expertise from the Nave Team.
Removal Deportation and Exclusion Proceedings
When a foreign citizen has violated immigration laws, it can lead to removal deportation, in other words, a legal process in which the non-citizen is formally removed from the country. Exclusion proceedings occur when a non-citizen is denied entry into a country.
Naturalization and Citizenship Labor Certification (PERM)
A foreign citizen is naturalized in the United States when they have fulfilled the requirements outlined in the Immigration and Nationality Act and are granted citizenship.
When an employer would like to hire a foreign worker on a permanent basis, rather than using an employment-based green card, they would require a Permanent Labor Certification.
I-9 Compliance and Audits
If you need help with I-9 (employment eligibility verification) issues, the team at Nave is here to help!
Administrative Appeals and Judicial Review
If you are not happy with a decision or do not think an act was constitutionally valid, contact the team at Nave Law to help you through the appeal & the judicial review process.