Legal Immigration Representation
- Do you know the best visa option and course of action for your situation?
- Do you know the all the various forms required for your visa application?
- Do you know how to complete the visa application forms correctly and completely?
- Do you know which supporting documents are required for your visa application and what type of documents not to include?
- Do you know how the forms and supporting documents need to organized before sending it out?
- Do you know who is authorized to sign the various forms?
- Do you know which U.S. government agency or agencies you have to submit your visa application to?
- Do you know which mailing address you have to send the visa application to?
- Do you know if there is a deadline or cut-off date for you to file the application?
- Do you understand the possible repercussions of filing the incorrect forms or supporting documentation or filing late or early?
- Are you clear about the process of applying for a U.S. visa at a U.S. Embassy/Consulate abroad?
- Are you absolutely positive that you will not commit any fatal mistakes while filling out the forms or preparing the visa application?
If you answered “NO” to any of the questions above, then it is imperative that you seek the advice of an experienced immigration attorney. VisaPro Law Firm’s immigration attorneys are well-versed with the entire U.S. immigration process and are able to handle the full gamut of immigration issues and problems that may arise.
If you need to hire a foreign national or would like to work in or immigrate to the U.S. as soon as possible and with the least possible efforts, it's important to do it right the first time and the best way to achieve that is have an experienced and reputable immigration attorney represent you.
VisaPro Law Firm’s immigration attorneys review your background, identify the legal issues involved, assist you in overcoming any hurdles, prepare your visa application and file your visa application with all the appropriate U.S. government agencies (USCIS, DOS, DOL, etc).
What Our Legal Immigration Representation Entail?
- Initial Review
Before we actually start the visa process and before you actually invest your money in the visa process, our attorneys carefully review your situation and will determine which visa is most appropriate for you. Our attorneys will then propose a case strategy that is tailored to your specific goals and needs.
Our attorneys also take the time to explain how and why you qualify for the specific type of visa or why you may not immediately qualify.
- Case Analysis
Our attorneys identify and solve important legal issues that may affect every aspect of your visa application. We also ascertain the strength of your case and may recommend that you apply either sooner or later to strengthen the case. Our highly experienced immigration attorneys also advise you on how to improve your chances of success.
- Document Collection and Review
Our immigration attorneys will instruct you on which documents to collect and will thoroughly review all supporting documents before they are attached with your visa application.
- USCIS Forms Preparation
Our attorneys prepare all required government forms for you based on the information and documents you provide us. Upon completion, we will send all the forms for review and signature.
- Support Letter Preparation
Our attorneys will write any required supporting letters for you.
- Filing the Petition with USCIS
Our attorneys will submit the application to the appropriate U.S. government agencies on your behalf.
- Consular Processing
Our attorneys prepare all Embassy forms for you shortly after the USCIS petition is approved and will send the forms for appropriate review and signature.
- Embassy or Consulate Interview
If a consular interview is required, our team of immigration experts will contact you by telephone and conduct a mock interview so that you are absolutely clear about the process and the kind of questions you will be asked at the consulate. Our team ensures that you are ready to face even the most difficult interview at the U.S. Embassy or Consulate.