Citizenship   Deportation   Employment
   
         

U.S. Citizenship is obtained either by birth, derivation or naturalization. U.S. citizens may live and work in the U.S. permanently, and can not lose this status by extended travel abroad. U.S. citizens have many benefits and privileges, including the privilege of voting in U.S. elections. U.S. citizens may petition for the permanent resident status of their parents, spouses, children and siblings.

 
Deportation (also called “removal”) is the formal expulsion of an immigrant from the United States when that person has been found removable for violating U.S. immigration laws or other serious criminal laws. All countries, including the United States, reserve the right to deport foreigners, even those who are long time legal permanent residents.
 
If you are looking to work legally in the U.S., an employment-based visa is available. In order to apply, a foreigner must comply with U.S. immigration laws and procedures. Through the Immigration and Nationality Act, a minimum of 140,000 employment-based visas are available yearly. Each occupational category has certain requirements that must be met.
 
 
         
Family Visas   Federal Litigation   Other Visas
   
         
The most common method of migrating to the U.S. is through family-sponsored migration. U.S. Immigration law permits U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents to apply for the legal entry of specific family members.
 
Pereira Immigration Law Group have litigated complex matters in the U.S. Courts of Appeals and U.S. District Courts in the United States. When you decide to bring your case to federal court, you want a lawyer with the depth of knowledge and years of experience needed to achieve a successful outcome.
 
The law office of Kathia Pereira represents individuals and businesses to obtain permanent residence in the U.S. A green card can be granted to individuals based upon family relationships, employment through a U.S. employer, extraordinary ability, and various other pathways.
 
 
         
         
 

 

   
     
 

Renovación de TPS y Seminarios Gratis

Esta semana las noticias de inmigración fueron varias. Primero el gobierno anuncio la décima extensión del TPS para El Salvador. Estas son buenas noticias para todas aquellas que ya tienen un permiso de trabajo por el TPS. Si

   
   
   
 

Seguimos trabajando por la” Reforma Migratoria” integral

Seguimos trabajando por la” Reforma Migratoria” integral que beneficie no solo a 5 sino a 11 millones de personas que se encuentran indocumentadas dentro de los Estados Unidos. Este es el

   
   
   
 

Empezaré por desearle una linda Navidad

Empezaré por desearle una linda Navidad a usted que tiene a bien leer a esta humilde abogada. Que Dios les conceda a todos muchas bendiciones y sobre todo mucha

   
   
   
 
   
         
 
 

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