There are very few situations we haven’t handled in the past 10 years. That is why we have over 10,000 approvals!
Whether you have a fiancé or spouse you want to get a Green Card, a family member you'd like to bring to the USA, if you're looking to file for Asylum, get US Citizenship, or a business visa, give us a call and see if we can help.
Every situation is unique, but we've successfully provided our services to 1000's of clients over the last decade.
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If you want to get married to someone overseas, we can help get them here. We've helped thousands of clients.
Are you already married to a foreigner? If they are in another country, we can help. If they are here, check out the Green Card page.
Green Cards / Permanent Resident Status
If you are married to a foreign citizen and they are in the US on a fiance visa or another type of visa, we can help keep them here.
Are you in the United States and afraid to go home for political, race, religion, sexual orientation, or other reasons?
If you've been in the United States with a Green Card for 3 years and married to a US Citizen, or 5 years otherwise, you can become a citizen.
Family Immigration & Visas
Parents, Children, and Siblings are eligible for Green Cards in certain circumstances. We can also help with B1/B2 Visitor Visas.
Are looking to expand your business to the US market? Looking to invest or start a new business here? If so, check out our business visa page.
Removal of Conditions
Have you been married to a US Citizen and held a Conditional Green Card for almost two years? If so, it's time to remove the conditions on you Permanent Residency.
O1 Visas - Actors / Artists / Athletes / Scientists / Musicians / Scientists / Educators, etc.
Are you a top-level actor, artist, musician, or athlete? Do you need to come to the US to pursue your talent, such as a concert, sporting even, or film shoot? If so, contact us.
Green Card Through Marriage
Obtaining a green card through marriage is one of the most common ways people work their way toward United States citizenship.