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Kazakhstan Immigration Lawyers in Chicago

Cook County Kazakhstan immigration lawyers for visas and Green Cards

Immigration Services for Kazakhstani Citizens

If you are a resident of Kazakhstan and wish to come to the United States, or if you are seeking to sponsor a Kazakhstani citizen for immigration, navigating the complex legal requirements you will need to meet can seem overwhelming. Whether you are seeking family-based immigration or employment-based immigration or need to address concerns about your legal status in the U.S., working with an experienced immigration attorney can greatly increase your chances of success. At Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC, our dedicated team is well-versed in U.S. immigration law, and we can provide guidance throughout every step of the immigration process.

Family-Based Visas

If you have family members who are either U.S. citizens or permanent residents, they may be able to sponsor your application for a family-based visa. These types of visas allow certain relatives (such as spouses, parents, children, and siblings) of U.S. citizens to join them legally in the United States. Lawful permanent residents may also be able to sponsor their immediate family members (spouses, parents, and unmarried children younger than 21 years old) for family visas. U.S. citizens who plan to get married to Kazakhstani citizens may apply for fiancé visas.

Our attorneys will work closely with you and your relative(s) to gather all required documentation and prepare a persuasive case that highlights your familial relationship. This includes providing evidence such as birth certificates, marriage certificates (if applicable), proof of financial support from sponsoring relatives, and other supporting documents. We will make sure you take the correct steps to receive authorization for a Kazakhstani citizen to enter and live permanently in the United States.

Employment-Based Visas

The United States offers various employment-based visas to immigrants who desire to live and work in the country temporarily or permanently. An experienced immigration attorney at Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC can assist you in determining which visa category is most appropriate based on your specific situation. We can assist with:

  • H-1B Visas: This nonimmigrant visa is available for professionals working in specialty occupations that require a bachelor's degree and knowledge or experience related to a specific field or industry. A limited number of these visas are available, making them highly competitive and sought-after.
  • EB-1 Visas: These employment-based visas may be available to individuals with extraordinary abilities in certain fields. As immigrant visas, they will allow an employee to live in the United States on a permanent basis.
  • EB-2 and EB-3 Visas: These categories of immigrant visas are for professionals with advanced degrees, people in occupations that require bachelor's degrees, and employees who are classified as skilled or unskilled workers. In addition to helping immigrants and employers apply for these types of visas, we can also help determine when immigrants may qualify for national interest waivers.

Our team will thoroughly review an immigrant's qualifications, work experience, and educational background to determine the type of visa they may qualify for. We will compile all necessary documentation, such as job offer letters, degrees or diplomas, proof of knowledge or experience in a particular field, and any other supporting evidence required by each visa category.

Green Cards and Adjustment of Status

A Green Card grants an individual lawful permanent resident status in the United States. It offers numerous benefits, including the ability to live and work permanently in the country. Depending on your circumstances and eligibility criteria, our immigration attorneys can guide you through the process of applying for a Green Card.

For immigrants who are already present within the United States on a nonimmigrant visa, adjustment of status may provide a method of changing their nonimmigrant status into that of a lawful permanent resident while remaining in the country. An accomplished attorney at Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC can provide guidance during the complex process of applying for adjustment of status, ensuring compliance with all regulations and deadlines.

Waivers of Inadmissibility

For immigrants who have been deemed inadmissible to the United States due to criminal activity, immigration violations, or other issues, obtaining a waiver of inadmissibility will be an essential step that must be completed when seeking authorization to enter or remain in the U.S. A skilled immigration attorney can assist with gathering evidence and making a persuasive case that demonstrates an immigrant's eligibility for a waiver.

Whether applying for an I-601 waiver (for unlawful presence), an I-212 waiver (for previous removal orders), or any other type of waiver required based on a person's unique circumstances, our experienced attorneys will provide guidance throughout the immigration process and ensure all necessary documentation is compiled along with strong supporting evidence.

Contact Our Chicago Kazakhstan Immigration Attorneys

The journey to obtain legal status and work authorization in the United States can be complex and challenging. However, with the assistance of the skilled immigration attorneys at Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC, immigrants and their sponsors can significantly increase their chances of success. We are committed to helping individuals from Kazakhstan navigate through every step of the process of applying for visas and Green Cards, and we can assist with adjustment of status applications and waivers of inadmissibility if necessary. To schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable attorneys and learn more about how we can help address immigration issues, please contact us or call us at 630-529-9377.

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