Whatever the type of case, Jamie is dedicated to getting it right the first time so that immigrants and their families are able to accomplish their immigration goals as quickly and smoothly as possible.
Most immigration into the United States occurs because of family or work. United States citizens and lawful permanent residents can sponsor certain relatives who are seeking permanent residence in the United State.
Work-based immigration applies to people seeking legal permanent residency, commonly known as a green card, or non-immigrant work visas. For the most part, work-based immigrants and visa holders must be sponsored be sponsored by a U.S. employer.
He is committed to helping families and employers of immigrants bring relatives and workers into the United States. His goal is to finish the process speedily and smoothly, completing all required paperwork correctly and meeting all deadlines so that the immigrant is able to enter the country as soon as possible. He knows that nothing is more frustrating than to have an application rejected on procedural grounds; he works hard to get it right the first time.
Both types of immigration are quite technical, and it is easy to make mistakes. This is why it is essential to have a knowledgeable attorney to assist.
At the Hawkes Law Firm, we answer wide range of questions about family and work-based immigration, including:
When there are obstacles to obtaining work-based visas or green cards for family members, we work hard to develop effective strategies to overcome problems.