Temporary Visa Attorney in New Jersey
Get Help with a Fiancé Visas, Student Visas or Other Temporary Visa
The most common temporary non-employment visas are the fiancé visa, student visa or visitor visa. These visas allow one to travel to the US for a particular purpose. The fiancé visa K-1 is issued to fiancé of US Citizens who will be allowed to enter the US conditioned upon marriage within ninety days (90) of entry. The student visa is issued to students seeking to pursue a full course of study in the US with an option to pursue work in the field of study during or after completion. The visitor visa is issued to visit the US for business or pleasure.
The other common temporary nonimmigrant visas are:
- S Visa for Witnesses and Informants of Crime
- Visa for Victims of Trafficking
- U Visas for Victims of Crime
Do I Need a Lawyer for Help with a Temporary Visa?
If you want legal advice and assistance concerning your visa application, whether you're a future spouse, a student, or here for business/tourism, call our New Jersey immigration attorney today and schedule an initial consultation. During this time, we will review your immigration history and decide whether you qualify. Additionally, we will look at your complete immigration history along with the immigration status of your family to determine if there is another path available. Only an immigration lawyer can give you legal advice.
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Practicing since 1987, my firm has the resources, knowledge, and skills necessary to achieve your goals. We have helped over 10,000 immigrants with their immigration matters. We are committed to providing you with the highest quality legal services and we promise to immediately begin working on your case to achieve those goals. We will always respond to your questions or concerns. In addition, we will keep you informed and educated about the process every step of the way. Contact us today to discuss your case.
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