Immigration Lawyers in Tucson
Monday, 04 April 2011 21:15There are dozens of law offices in Tucson that specialize in immigration law. Lawyers who have chosen to focus on immigration can help clients navigate the legal issues surrounding entrance to the country. They help clients secure different types of visas, provide legal counsel for court proceedings, and guide immigrants through the naturalization process. Most immigration lawyers are also bilingual to better assist their clients. Here, I'll list links to some of the more prominent immigration lawyers in Tucson, followed by their addresses and brief mission statements summing up what they offer.
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5151 E Broadway Blvd, Suite 1600
"We offer ongoing advice and assistance on immigration and naturalization matters, for self, family, work, prospective employment, and investment. We can help avoid expense, inconvenience, heartache, and irrevocably lost opportunities."
382 South Convent Avenue, Tucson
"By working closely with our clients and their families and frequently visiting the detention centers, we are able to help people with a variety of immigration concerns, including:
-Immigration court proceedings
-Green cards and non-immigrant visas
-Citizenship and naturalization
-Bonds and release from detention
-Helping Your Detained Loved One
-Federal and immigration crimes
100 N Stone Ave # 302
"We provide a complete range of immigration legal services including, business visas, student visas, work permits, business immigration, family immigration, corporate transfers of employees, investors, naturalization and citizenship applications, but focus on representing individuals who are in Deportation, Exclusion, or Removal proceedings."
5151 E Broadway Blvd #1750
"The Firm's practice is focused in the following areas:
· Priority Workers
· Intra-company transfers
· Outstanding Researchers
· National Interest Waivers
· Labor Certification
· Corporate Compliance
· Employer Sanctions Defense
· Family-Based Immigration Issues
· Naturalization Issues
· Immigration Appellate and Judicial Review Issues"
2802 East 22nd Street
"Our proximity to the U.S.-Mexico border gives rise to pressing legal immigration issues which require the prompt attention of a law firm that is up-to-date on current immigration processes, efficient, and well-organized, as well as one that does not lose track of your case.
We are dedicated to finding solutions that will allow you to reach your immigration goals – regardless of whether your goal is to live in freedom or benefit from transacting business in the United States."
Ste 150, 1661 North Swan Road
"The emphasis is on business immigration and family immigration. Business immigration cases include non-immigrant work visas for professionals, professors, scientists, researchers, specialized workers, intra-company transfers, investors and employment based immigrant processing for those working in non-immigrant status, including executives and managers in intra-company transfer status. Family immigration cases include fiancé visas and immigrant processing for spouses and children of American citizens and permanent resident, both through adjustment of status and through consular processing. Derivative citizenship cases and naturalization are also handled."
Suite 400, 4801 East Broadway
"We help individuals and families who are foreign nationals find the best way to gain legal status to live and work in the United States. We also help U.S. employers who want to obtain legal status for their foreign national employees.
Our clients range from high-tech companies in the software and telecommunications sectors, to management consulting firms, and to hotels and resorts seeking seasonal labor. Our clients are located throughout the United States and the world."
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