Immigration Lawyers in Boston, Massachusetts
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Below are some of the most common U.S. immigration petitions utilized to immigrate to the U.S. Our immigration lawyers in Boston, MA are highly experienced handling all types of immigration petitions, including minimizing the consequences of a past criminal charge or conviction in an immigration case. At the outset of our relationship with clients, we take the time and care to understand our client’s goals and personal situations to make sure we craft the best strategy for the case in order to achieve our client’s objective. This is important as there may be different ways to reach a goal, but only by focusing our client’s needs and situation we can figure out what will be the best way for them.
Our attentive and experienced immigration lawyers in Boston, Massachusetts will help make the process more effective and less stressful, by breaking down the processes in to action items and supporting and advising you at every step of the way. Our goal is to solve your immigration problems effectively and provide you with the best immigration legal services in Boston.
Click on the name of the immigration petition for more information on eligibility requirements, benefits, processes, documents needed, and legal fees, as well as frequently asked immigration questions, client immigration success stories and testimonials. If you are interested in immigrating to the United States or legalizing your immigration status in the U.S. and your are located in the Boston area or want to establish yourself in the Massachusetts, New Hampshire or Rhode Island area call us at: 617-303-2600 (Ext. 0) and make an appointment to meet with one of our immigration attorneys who will be happy to assist you. Once you schedule your appointment make sure to read: How to prepare to meet with us.
U.S. Permanent Residency / U.S. Green Card – U.S. Immigrant Visas
A U.S. Green Card holder (legal permanent resident) is someone who has been granted authorization to live and work in the United States on a permanent basis. As proof of that status, a person is granted a permanent resident card, commonly called a “Green Card.” You can become a legal permanent resident in the U.S. in different ways; however, most individuals obtain their U.S. Green Card being sponsored by either an immediate family member or by an employer in the United States. Click on the links below for details in obtaining a Green Card through marriage to a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident, U.S. Residency through an immediate family member (parent, child or sibling) or a Green Card through work or employer. You may also read our infographic on Obtaining a Green Card / Residency in the U.S.
Visas to the U.S. – Non-Immigrant U.S. Visas
Although many immigrants come to live permanently in the United States through a family member’s sponsorship, employment sponsorship, or a job offer, there are other ways to obtain a non-immigrant U.S. visa, that will grant permission to live and work in the U.S. for a specific period of time or on a temporary basis. Below are some of the most common non-immigrant US visas:
- E-1 Visa and E-2 Visa for investors and traders
- L-1 Visa for intra-company employee transfers
- H-1B Visa for professional employees
- K-1 Visa for alien fiancé (e)
- O Visas- for foreigners of outstanding ability
- U Visa for victims of crime
Other U.S. Immigration applications and services
There are other immigration services that you may need to employ at some point. At FitzGerald Law Company, we work together with you and your family members to meet your immigration service needs, no matter how complex your specific situation is. Below are some of the additional immigration services that our Boston immigration lawyers provide in the Massachusetts area:
- Citizenship – Naturalization
- Cancellation of removal / deportation (10 Year Law)
- Deferred Action for Young Immigrants (DACA)
- TPS (Temporary Protected Status)
- Lawsuits against the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS)
- Same sex marriage immigration benefits
Immigration and criminal defense
- Vacating criminal convictions for immigration purposes
- Minimizing immigration problems due to criminal charges or convictions
Additional information about U.S. Immigration
- Frequently Asked Immigration Questions
- U.S. Immigration Application Schedule
- Our immigration legal fees
Video client testimonials, client success stories and immigration videos
- Success stories of our clients
- Immigration videos
- Video client testimonials about their experience with our immigration attorneys
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