We can help family members who are United States citizens or Lawful Permanent Residents filing a petition for their relatives to obtain an immigrant visa. This doesn’t necessarily grant United States citizenship, but it’s a start.
Traveling to the United States to conduct business for a limited duration of time requires a visa unless you qualify for entry under the Visa Waiver program. Demand is high and waits can be long, but that’s why we’re here.
United States immigrant visa is available for individuals and their family who will be making an investment between $500,000 and $1,000,000 in an economy-stimulating business that produces at least 10 full time jobs.
Becoming a United States citizen opens new opportunities while adding to the rich heritage this country was founded upon. It’s a worthwhile lifelong goal that we’re honored to help you reach.
Whether it’s full time student, vocational or cultural exchange program, we can help you enter the United States temporarily
for academic, business, employment or tourism.
At Araz Law, we understand immigration first hand. We get that every case is unique. So is our approach. Whether you’re an individual, small business, or multinational corporation, we provide the strategy, representation, and advice you deserve with the support you need. And no matter where your journey begins, we’re with you every step of the way.
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