Immigration attorney Jayne Bouchfaa utilizes family based and employment based immigration laws, among other immigration policies, to open the doors to the U.S. for many foreign nationals. We provide reasonable flat fees and a commitment to excellence for every client. Our law office is dedicated to offering premier quality and professional service, objective advice that is consistent with truth and honor, loyalty, and affordable fees.
Immigration Attorney, Jayne Bouchfaa, proudly provides the following Immigration Services at very affordable attorney rates:
- Green cards through marriage, green card for parents, and green cards for children
- Fiancee visas and spousal visas
- Green card through employment
- Green cards through EB-5 investment
- H-1B Visas for Professionals
- H-2A Visa Program Agricultural Workers
- H-2B Visas for Temporary Nonagricultural Workers
- P-1A Athlete Visas
- P-1B Entertainment Group Visas
- P-3 Visas for Artists/Entertainers
- NAFTA Treaty Visas
- B-1 Visitor Visas
- O-1 Visas
- J Visas
- L Visas for Intracompany Transferees
- R Visas for Religious Workers
- E-1 and E-2 Visas
- EB-1 Visas, EB-2 Visas, EB-3 Visas, EB-4 Visas, and EB-5 Visas
- PERM Labor Certification
- Unlawful Presence Waivers
- Battered Spouse Waivers, Battered Children Waivers, Battered Parents Waivers (VAWA petitions)
Family sponsored immigration is based on your relationship with a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident. If you are a U.S. Citizen, who is at least 21 years old, you may sponsor a foreign national immediate family members to become permanent residents of the U.S., you may file a petition for any of the following people: your children who are under the age of 21 and unmarried; your spouse, and your parents.
Foreign nationals are sponsored by their U.S. employer and may become permanent residents through their job. These immigrants are divided according to several categories of preference. Please contact attorney Jayne Bouchfaa with questions about your eligibility.
Naturalization & Citizenship
If you are a permanent resident who has continuously lived in the U.S. for 5 years after becoming a permanent resident and are at least 18 years old, you may qualify to obtain U.S. citizenship through naturalization.
This process is only available when an alien is in immigration court. However, people who qualify for benefits under the Nicaraguan Adjustment and Central American Relief Act (NACARA) may apply regardless of whether they are in removal proceedings. Legal Permanent Residents (LPRs) must meet specific requirements to qualify for Cancellation of Removal and they are different from the requirements that non-LPRs must meet.
Adjustment of Status
You may apply for permanent residence through this process in the U.S.A. with the USCIS. One advantage here is that you may obtain employment authorization while you wait for the processing of your case to take place.
Waivers of Inadmissibility
The type of waiver that you need greatly depends on the grounds of inadmissibility or deportability that is preventing you from proceeding with your visa application or adjustment of status. You may also need a waiver if you are in removal proceedings. Once a waiver is granted, the barriers to obtaining an immigrant or nonimmigrant visa or adjustment of status to that of a lawful permanent resident are lifted.
Visas for Fiancées
There are two types of visas in this category and the one applicable to you depends on whether you are already married or about to be married to a U.S. Citizen and in what country that marriage took or will take place. Minor children may also be included as derivative beneficiaries for admission.
This type of temporary visa is for a business person who is a native of Canada or Mexico, who is admitted under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), and who seeks to engage in business activities at a professional level in the U.S.
Contact immigration lawyer, Jayne Bouchfaa, for a consultation.