Being placed in immigration court proceedings is scary and overwhelming for both you and your family. There’s the uncertainty of the future, as well as the fear that you’ll be separated from your loved ones. At Baptiste Law Group Baptiste Law Group , you are guided through this process with representation in immigration court by knowledgeable attorneys so that you are placed in the best position not only to stay in the United States, but to also potentially obtain a green card.
Baptiste Law Group offers a variety of business immigration services. We evaluate each clients’ unique circumstances and determine the employment-based or business immigration benefits for which they are eligible. Our attorneys have extensive experience preparing and executing non-immigration and immigrant visa applications. We assist individuals and companies with hiring foreign talent and provide guidance and advocacy in handling the immigration process with United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS), Customs and Border Protection (CBP), the Department of State, and Department of Labor (DOL). Whether our client is a foreign national seeking an employment-based immigration benefit, or a U.S. company seeking employment-based immigration solutions for their foreign employees working in the United States, we assist and advocate for our clients every step of the way.
Our business/employment-based immigration services include, but are not limited to: EB-1, EB-2 National Interest Waiver, EB-3 Skill and Unskilled Workers permanent residence applications; and O, H, E, F, B, J, L, M, P, R, and TN temporary nonimmigrant work and study visas.
There are many ways to obtain a Green Card for a family member. Provisional Waivers for Unlawful Presence are made available to persons who did not enter the country legally, but have a spouse or parent who would suffer tremendously if they were not permitted to remain in the United States. Adjustments of Status are generally made available for persons who entered the country with inspection, and have a qualifying family relationship with either a U.S. citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident. However, each case is affected by it’s particularities, and it’s important to see an attorney in order to determine which pathway is best for you or your relative.
Victims of persecution in their native countries are able to stay in the United States under international asylum laws. They are also able to obtain permanent residence (“green cards”) in the United States. Typically, people are able to obtain asylum if they’ve been persecuted due to race, religion, national origin, political opinion or being a member of social group. Their government of origin must have been unwilling or unable to stop the persecution.
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