Few things are as personally challenging for an individual to cope with than obtaining or defending the right to live or work in the United States legally. For an individual, U.S. immigration system can be complicated and unforgiving, so it’s usually a good idea to have an expert Immigration Attorney navigate you through the process.
At Demidchik Law Firm, your immigration issue is in good hands. Our team of expert immigration attorneys will do everything required for a successful outcome of your case, while also reducing your stress by carefully taking you through every step of the process. We combine expert knowledge of immigration law, client-oriented approach and affordable fees to best serve our clients.
Our immigration services include, but are not limited to
If you cannot return to your country because you are afraid you will be persecuted by the government or harmed in other ways, the attorneys of Demidchik Law Firm have the knowledge, experience and skills to help you with your application for asylum in the United States. Read more>>
The EB-5 program was created in order to encourage foreign investors to make capital investments and help fuel the U.S. economy through job growth. This program allows investors who financially have the means to invest in the American economy to obtain a green card. All investors that are interested in an EB-5 visa must invest in a new commercial enterprise. Read more>>
Becoming a legal resident or a citizen of the US is a complicated process, which includes multiple stages. First, your residency has to be reviewed to determine eligibility. Second step is to evaluate impediments to citizenship that may arise. Third step is to file proper paperwork. Read more>>
A Green Card shows that you have lawful permanent residency in the U.S., meaning that you have rights and privileges second only to those of U.S. citizens.
The process of getting a green card, however, is complex and daunting. It also varies depending on whether the Green Card is applied for from within or outside the U.S. Read more>>