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Family Immigration Law
Marriage and fiancé immigration law is the area of immigration law that Mr. Snaid describes as “a joy to practice.” Why? Because it is replete with love stories of how people of different cultures and countries found each other.
Unfortunately, the U.S. Immigration Service does not share our view on romance. There are complex immigration laws that can create havoc and hardship on couples, if they innocently believe that love and marriage to a U.S. citizen is all they need to get green cards.
We will only take on genuine marriage cases.Our reputation and integrity is too precious to us to be involved in phony green card applications.
Permanent Residence Work Visas
Getting a green card through a person’s occupation under the U.S. immigration laws generally requires a Labor Certification through a PERM application, but there are employment green card categories, where a person can apply for permanent residence straight off, without going through the Labor Certification (PERM) process.
The Labor Certification process requires an employer to prove to the Department of Labor that there are no U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are ready, able and willing to do a particular job for the prevailing wages and working conditions associated with the job in a particular geographic area.
The categories of green card applications that do not require Labor Certifications include:
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