Our immigration and green card attorneys handle all types of applications for United States permanent residency (family, employment, etc.). We do not simply fill out forms; we review your particular circumstances and present detailed, comprehensive packages that easily guide an adjudicator through your qualifications and issues, greatly speeding up the process.
We have helped thousands of immigrants to get their green card or visa without problems from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) (formerly known as the INS). For information about our success in helping our clients obtain green cards, please see our notable cases.
Lawful permanent residency is also known as a green card. It gives a person permanent permission to live and work in the United States. Immigrants commonly may qualify based on family, work, or investment status.
For more free information on U.S. green cards, see these government websites:
Green cards expire, usually every ten years. Your permanent resident status does not expire, but the card is your proof that you are a permanent resident. Whenever you need to prove that you are a permanent resident, you need a valid, unexpired green card. For example, you need it when traveling and returning to the United States.
Issues to be aware of when renewing your green card:
Our green card lawyers have the legal training to prepare your visa and green card application correctly the first time or to amend and resubmit the application if it was previously incorrect. We’re always thinking two steps ahead: taking the right precautions early on to set the stage for success in the event we must take the case to the appeals court in order to win for our client.
If you need to apply for a green card or are facing a hearing in immigration court after a green card application was rejected, contact Hill & Piibe to talk to an immigration attorney.
With offices in Downtown L.A. and San Juan Capistrano, our immigration and green card lawyers serve clients of all nationalities living in the Los Angeles, California area, including Riverside and Bakersfield and all of San Bernardino County, Orange County, San Diego County, Ventura County, and Santa Barbara County.
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