Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC

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Naperville Immigration Attorneys

Lawyers in DuPage County for Visas and Naturalization Concerns

At Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC, we understand that people from all over the world come to the United States for a wide range of reasons, both personal and professional. Based in the suburbs of Chicago, we recognize that Northern Illinois is an area that is often attractive to individuals and families in other countries. Our team has the knowledge and experience to help you and your loved ones navigate the often complex process of immigrating to the U.S. legally. We will work with you to find immigration solutions that are cost-efficient and give you the best chance of a favorable outcome. Contact us or call us at 872-205-4119 to learn more about our immigration services.

Immigration Law

The laws pertaining to immigration in the United States are extremely complex and, in many areas, they can be quite controversial. It can be incredibly confusing for a person who wishes to gain legal entry into the United States to even know where to begin. At Khan Nayyar & Associates, LLC, we provide trusted counsel for those who wish to enter and remain in the U.S. while staying fully compliant with all applicable laws. We are also dedicated to protecting the rights of prospective immigrants throughout the process.

We can help with:

  • Family-based immigration
  • Employment-based immigration
  • E-2 treaty investors
  • Green Cards
  • Adjustment of status
  • Waivers of inadmissibility

Assistance With Visa and Green Card Applications

It is possible to legally enter the U.S. in several different ways, but most immigration-related cases involve visas. There are many types of visas that may be available, and the appropriate choice will depend on a number of factors, including the person's reason for coming to the United States and their relationship with those who will be sponsoring their visa applications. Our attorneys can help prospective immigrants determine the types of visas they may qualify for, and we can assist with the application process, ensuring that all required information is submitted correctly. We can also help ensure that immigrants will receive Green Cards that recognize them as lawful permanent residents of the United States and provide them with a pathway to citizenship.

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Overcoming Obstacles That May Affect Immigrants

There are some situations where immigrants may encounter issues that affect their eligibility for a visa or Green Card, or they may even face the possibility of deportation. A person may be deemed inadmissible to the United States for medical reasons, because they have been convicted of certain types of crimes, or because they violated immigration laws by entering or remaining in the U.S. without authorization. Fortunately, waivers of inadmissibility may be available to some immigrants, or other options may allow immigrants to overcome these obstacles. Our lawyers can provide guidance when addressing these issues, and we can also assist with "crimmigration" cases in which criminal charges may affect an immigrant's legal status.

Business Representation

Helping Employers and Employees Address Immigration Issues. Our attorneys can assist with:

  • EB-1 visas (workers with extraordinary abilities)
  • EB-2 visas (professionals with advanced degrees)
  • EB-3 visas (professionals and skilled and unskilled workers)
  • H-1B visas (specialty occupations)
  • H-2A visas (agricultural employees)
  • H-2B visas (non-agricultural employees)
  • H-3 visas (trainees in fields other than medicine or education)
  • E-2 visas (treaty investors)

Employers in the United States can often benefit by hiring foreign workers who are qualified to perform specific duties. Sponsorship from an employer is one way that immigrants may be able to come to the United States. Depending on an immigrant's qualifications, they may qualify for different types of employment-based visas. In some cases, non-immigrant visas may be available that will allow a person to live and work in the U.S. temporarily, and in others, sponsorship from an employer may allow a person to obtain a Green Card and resettle in the United States permanently. Our attorneys can provide guidance on the types of visas an immigrant may be eligible to apply for, and we can assist employers and employees in preparing and submitting the required documents and applications.

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