Immigration Law Attorneys
Confused about your immigration status? Call an immigration lawyer for assistance on your green card status, citizenship, deportation / removal, and all other concerns!
Immigration law is an area that can change very often because according to the political climate some policies can become more lenient and at other times more stringent. Hundreds and thousands of people immigrate to the United States every year and even though the laws that govern immigrants primarily come from the country they are immigrating too, in some cases international laws and treaties are also important. Due to all complex policies that govern immigration law you will need an excellent immigration lawyer to help you navigate through the intricacies of the transnational and national immigration laws.
The Department of Homeland Security, the Department of Justice, the Department of State, the Department of Labor, and the Department of Health and Human Services are the five major federal government departments that are involved in the immigration process. Even though many departments are involved the Department of Homeland Security alone enforces all immigration laws and provides immigrants with benefits. It is subdivided into three departments the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, and Customs and Border Protection.
Immigration law does not only apply when you are considering coming to the United States but also when you are residing in it. It is always best to try and reside in the United States in a legal manner. Illegal immigration is a large body of law that is changing the most often, and in order to get to the status of being a legal permanent U.S. resident you will have to assess all your options of qualifying for a visa, asylum, or a green card you will need to contact an immigration lawyer today. Let an immigration lawyer ease the transition into a status of a permanent, temporary, or student residency.