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Cook County Greek Immigration Attorney

Cook County work and family visa lawyer for immigrants from Greece

Chicago Lawyers Assisting With Family-Based and Employment-Based Immmigration From Greece

Greek immigrants make up a thriving part of the "melting pot" that is the United States. Chicago, along with its surrounding suburbs, is one of the centers of the Greek population in the U.S., with around 100,000 people of Greek descent living in the area. The Greektown area of Chicago is home to the National Hellenic Museum, and many Greek Americans live in neighborhoods such as Rogers Park, Edgewater, South Chicago, Forest Glen, and Beverly, as well as suburbs such as Arlington Heights, Des Plaines, Oak Lawn, Skokie, and Park Ridge.

Because of the many opportunities offered to those who live in the United States, immigrants may be planning to come to the country from Greece, and they often choose to live in the Chicago area due to its large Greek population, as well as the availability of Greek Orthodox churches and schools. Generations of Greek immigrants have engaged in chain migration, with those who have become U.S. citizens or permanent residents sponsoring family members or others for immigration from Greece to the United States.

At Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC, we provide dedicated and experienced legal help with the immigration process, and we regularly work with Greek immigrants and their families to ensure that they can meet the requirements to live and work in the United States, including assisting with obtaining visas.

Immigration Visas for Greek Families

Many Greek families are very close, and those who have already come the United States will often make an effort to bring their loved ones across the ocean. This will allow them to enjoy the opportunities for employment and education in the U.S., while also fostering family togetherness and building community. Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC understands the importance of family, and we can help you complete the family-based immigration process successfully.

Depending on the immigration status of family members who are currently in the United States, different types of family immigration visas may be available. Immediate Relative (IR) visas will allow a U.S. citizen's immediate family members to enter the country, including their spouse, unmarried minor children, or parents. Family Preference (F) visas are available for immediate family members of Green Card holders, as well as other relatives of U.S. citizens, including siblings, married children, and their own spouses and children. K-visas are also available to allow U.S. citizens to bring their fiancé(e)s to the United States so they can get married.

Work-Based Immigration for Greek Immigrants and Employers

One reason Greek immigrants have thrived in the United States is their strong work ethic. There are a variety of employment-based visas available for foreign workers, including H-1B visas for specialty workers who have earned advanced degrees and temporary visas for agricultural workers or other types of seasonal or temporary employment. We can assist with applications for these types of visas, and we also work with employers who wish to sponsor employees for immigrant visas that will allow a person to live in the United States permanently and obtain a Green Card.

Contact an Illinois Greek Immigration Lawyer

Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC assists Greek families, workers, and employers with the immigration process, including applying for visas and adjustment of status. We can also help with any issues related to inadmissibility to the United States. With our knowledge of immigration laws and procedures and our dedication to meeting our clients' needs, we can help you complete the immigration process successfully. Contact us today at 630-LAWYERS to learn more about the services we provide.

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