Many immigrants have a goal of uniting their families in the United States. Others have a long-term goal of becoming a U.S. citizen. Unfortunately, many immigrants encounter stumbling blocks along the way. Confusing application requirements or personal situations that do not meet these requirements can Immigration result in your application being denied or even deportation in some cases.
At Nur Law, we are here to remove stumbling blocks and help you obtain your immigration goals. Whether it is obtaining a green card, bringing your family members to the United States or becoming a naturalized U.S. citizen, we have the experience to help you achieve a positive result. We can also defend you against criminal charges that could bring your immigration dreams to an end. We have offices in Everett and Seattle, Washington to serve you best.
Do I Need A Lawyer's Help To Apply For Citizenship?
While you can apply for citizenship on your own, an experienced lawyer can make sure that your paperwork is filled out correctly. This can help you avoid delays and requests for additional information from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Even more importantly, a lawyer can protect you from mistakes that could end up hurting your chances to become a U.S. citizen. For example, if you have a criminal record, no matter how far in the past it occurred, it can bar you from naturalization and may lead to removal proceedings and the loss of your green card.
Do I Need A Lawyer's Help To Bring My Family Members To The United States?
The USCIS issues a limited number of family-based immigrant visas each year. Since the number of visas is limited, it is important to avoid mistakes. This will result in requests for additional information that will delay your goal of bringing your family members to the United States.
Protecting Your Best Interests
You should always talk to an immigration lawyer before you talk to the USCIS. We will be your representative and act as a buffer between you and the USCIS. If you face an obstacle on your path to citizenship, we may be able to help you overcome it. If we can't overcome it, we will advise you when it would not be in your best interests to seek citizenship.
Mr. Nur is both an immigration lawyer and a criminal defense lawyer. Because of this, he is familiar with how criminal convictions or arrests will affect the outcome of an immigration application.
We provide a wide range of immigration services, including:
- Citizenship and naturalization
- Family-based immigration
- Applying for green cards for permanent residency
Discuss Your Case With A Lawyer
For a free half-hour consultation with an attorney concerning immigration, call 425-998-7040 (Everett office) or 206-422-4222 (Seattle office) or fill out our simple contact form. We offer evening, weekend and jail consultations. Foreign language interpreters available.