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Immigration Law

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From the beginning, the United States of America has been a nation of immigrants. Millions of people around the world have left their homelands to be part of the “American dream” hoping a chance to start a new life in this country. Some came in to the United States as workers, students, others based on marriage, a bunch of came as businessmen while many escaped from their countries as refugees to overcome political persecution.

The United States still relies on the talents, business investment and workforce of immigrants for the development, finance, information technology, research and innovation and essential labor contribution that keeps the United States economy moving forward.

At Caglar Law Firm, P.C., we realizes that the United States Immigration laws, rules and regulations are complex which make it difficult to navigate. Most importantly, Immigration laws are being modified periodically and governmental agencies which administer immigration system regularly update their policies, procedures, and forms.

In addition, applying for any type of visa is not just sending forms to the USCIS. Each type of visa sets its own requirements, which must precisely fit with your skills, experience, knowledge and or education and any mistake no matter how small or big  on your application may cause delays and possibly a denial of the visa you requested.

We constantly follow the immigration rules and regulations to stay in track. We will develop unique solutions for your complex situations and pursue your immigration case with due diligence.

If you are interested in obtaining or learning more about United States visas, please contact us at (646) 923 1070 or schedule an appointment with our firm at its Manhattan office.

We offer following legal services in areas related to:

  • Asylum Application
  • Asylees/Refugees
  • Adjustment of Status
  • International  Adoption
  • Domestic Adoption
  • Naturalization and Citizenship
  • Consular Processing
  • PERM
  • Removal and Deportation
  • Foreign Skilled Worker
  • Family-sponsored green cards
  • Green Card Lottery
  • A – Diplomatic, Ambassadors
  • B-1 visitors for business and B-2 visitors for tourism
  • Employment-based EB-1, EB-2, EB-3 Green cards
  • E-1 treaty trader and E-2 treaty investor
  • E-3 – Australian Specialty Occupation Workers
  • Investor-based EB-5 Green Cards
  • Investor- based Green Cards (EB-5) through Regional Centers
  • F-1 student and F-2 for the spouse or child of F-1
  • G – Foreign Government Agencies
  • H-1B specialty  occupations
  • I – Foreign Media Representatives
  • J – Exchange Visitors
  • K – Fiancé of U.S. Citizen
  • L –   Intra-company transfer visas
  • M – International Vocational Student
  • N – Children of Special Immigrants
  • O – Aliens of Extraordinary Ability
  • Q – Cultural Exchange Visa
  • R – Religious Visa