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Illinois Immigration Lawyer

Addison immigration visa lawyer

Immigration Attorneys for Family Visas, Employment Visas, Green Cards, Deportations, and Visitor Visas in Elmhurst, Oakbrook Terrace, and DuPage County

Whether you are applying for a visa for your spouse or fighting deportation proceedings, the immigration lawyers at Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC will serve you with tenacity and skill. Immigration law can be complex, and it can be difficult to understand what type of visa you should pursue or what you can do when your immigration case fails. We believe in being committed to each one of our clients, which is why our attorneys will be with you every step of the way to ease your anxieties and answer any questions you have related to your case.

Legal Services for Immigration

If you need a visa for a family member abroad:

  • Family-based immigration. If you are a U.S. citizen or resident, you may petition for a close family relative to come to the U.S. and become a lawful permanent resident.
  • Family preference immigrant visas. Distant relatives of U.S. citizens can apply for family preference immigrant visas. A limited number of these visas are issued annually.
  • Fiancé visas. Foreign fiancés of U.S. citizens can enter the U.S. and temporarily stay in the country through a K-1 visa so that they can marry their intended spouse and their immediate relative visa can be processed after the marriage takes place.
  • Green cards. Also called permanent resident cards, green cards allow non-citizens and non-residents to permanently live and work in the U.S.
  • Waivers of Inadmissibility. If your spouse or relative is ineligible to enter the U.S. or to be granted U.S. residential status, our attorneys will assist you with applying for a waiver so they can be admitted into the U.S.

If you need a visa to conduct business or work in the U.S.:

  • Employment-based immigration. If you are a citizen of another country and wish to come to the United States temporarily for work or certain training, then you can apply for a temporary work visa.
  • H1-B Visa. Foreign nationals can use the H-1B visa to temporarily work in a specialty occupation in the U.S.

If you are facing deportation:

  • Deportation and Removal. If you are facing deportation because of criminal convictions or illegal entry, our attorneys can fight the removal proceedings.
  • Deportable crimes. Under federal law, non-citizens who are conditional permanent residents may be removed from the United States if convicted of certain crimes.
  • Specialty Immigration. U and T visas, battered spouse waivers, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and asylum are types of specialty immigration and visas that are designed to provide immigration protections for children, individuals whose safety is at risk if they return to their home country, and abused men and women.

If you or a family member would like to visit the U.S.:

  • Visitor visas. If a foreign citizen wishes to visit the U.S. for tourism or for business purposes, he or she will need to apply for a visitor visa. A visitor visa grants foreign nationals a temporary stay in the U.S.

If you are a foreign student who would like to study in the U.S.:

  • Student visas. Foreign students who wish to study in the U.S. can apply for a F-1, J-1, or M-1 visa.

Dedicated Immigration Lawyers Serving Cook and DuPage County

At Khan Nayyar & Associates, we fight for families and their loved ones abroad or in the United States. We understand the stress and emotional burden that is placed on families when visa applications are denied or when loved ones are deported. Our legal counsel works to help separated families be together again.

To speak with our immigration lawyers, call 630-LAWYERS or contact us online. We serve clients in Oak Brook, Elmhurst, Villa Park, Addison, Lombard, and throughout Illinois.

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