Experienced Immigration Attorneys
Immigration law in the U.S. can be particularly complex, and it’s important to have an experienced immigration attorney on your side if you’re applying for a visa, permanent residence, U.S. citizenship or facing deportation. When it comes to applying for visas, permanent residence or citizenship, you will need legal counsel that can advise you about the right one for your situation. It is important to remember that the immigration rules and regulations are extremely complicated, and you shouldn’t try to navigate them on your own.
At J.J. Kim & Associates, our dedicated immigration attorneys have years of experience handling cases in employment and international law. That experience provides us with a unique position from which to handle immigration law issues. Contact us today to learn more about our immigration law services.
Acquiring a U.S. Green Card
Our dedicated immigration attorneys will answer your questions about obtaining a green card, or permanent resident status, as well as renewing your green card.
- EB-1 category for individuals with extraordinary abilities in certain fields such as arts, sciences, education, business or athletics, outstanding professors and researchers, and multinational managers and executives
- EB-2 category for professionals holding advanced degrees, or for individuals with exceptional abilities
- EB-3 category for foreign professionals, or for skilled workers who will perform work in the U.S. requiring at least two years of training or experience, and for unskilled workers who will work in positions requiring less than two years of training or experience
- EB-4 category for religious workers who, for the past two years, have been working as a minister, priest or member of a religious denomination with a nonprofit affiliate in the United States
- EB-5 category for individuals with investment of at least $500,000
- The spouse, minor child, or parent of a U.S. Citizen
- An adult son or daughter of a U.S. Citizen
- The spouse or children of a lawful permanent resident
- The sibling of a U.S. Citizen
Applying for a Non-Immigrant Visa
Our immigration attorneys will assist non-citizens who want to come to the U.S. only for a temporary period of time with a specific purpose. Each non-immigrant visa category has strict requirements, and you need to consult with professional immigration attorneys.
- B-1/B-2 visas for business visitors and tourists
- E-1/E-2 visas for treaty traders and investors
- F-1 visas for students
- H-1B visas for temporary workers in specialty occupations
- J-1 visas for exchange visitors in internship or training program
- K visas for fiancées or fiancés
- L-1 visas for employees of international companies seeking to relocate to the U.S.
- O-1 visas for individuals with extraordinary abilities in the science, arts, or athletics
- R visa for religious workers
Becoming a U.S. citizen
If you’re a non-citizen seeking to become a U.S. citizen, the experienced immigration lawyers at J.J. Kim & Associates can assist you to acquire U.S. citizenship. You can become a U.S. citizen by birth or through naturalization.
- by birth: if you were born in the U.S. or if you had a parent or parents who were citizens at the time of your birth and meet other requirements
- by naturalization: the process by which a foreign citizen becomes a U.S. citizen
Immigration Law and Deportation
In some cases, immigrants to the U.S. may face deportation. Some common reasons for deportation include: criminal convictions, unlawful entry to the U.S., and status violations. At J.J. Kim & Associates, we can take a close look at your deportation case today.
Our immigration attorneys can also assist non-citizens with applications to remain in the U.S. We can help you with some of the following petitions:
- VAWA petition; or
- Deferred Action and the DREAM Act
Contact an Experienced Immigration Attorney
At J.J. Kim & Associates, we handle a variety of immigration law matters. Contact us today to learn more about how we can assist you.