United States Immigration
The United States is a country of immigrants, and these immigrants have made our country the finest in the world. There are several ways to legally immigrate to the United States. United States Citizenship is the greatest benefit
when immigrating to America. Citizenship is the next step after obtaining the
permanent residence or Green Card. It is possible to apply for a Green Card by Marriage
with an American citizen, being sponsored by a United States employer, by investing in the United States,
through relatives who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents and by the
Diversity Immigrant Visa Program (Green Card Lottery). Most citizens receive
their citizenship by birth even when they are born abroad from American parents, but
non-Americans, can apply for U.S. citizenship through the process of
Naturalization. After an individual has been a United States permanent resident
for a few years then can apply for the U.S. Citizenship. Residents
who have been married to a U.S. citizen for at least 3 years are eligible to
apply for the Citizenship after 3 years, but other residents have to wait 5
years to apply for naturalization. Citizenship provides the maximum available
rights in a country. Citizens of the United States may find many advantages,
like using an American passport when traveling abroad.
|United States Visas
There are several types of immigrant and non-immigrant visas to enter the
United States. It is very important that you request the
right type of visa for your situation, according to your travel
intentions to the United States. The visitors coming as tourist or for
business that wish to enter the United States temporarily and
stay for a short time, should request a non-immigrant visa.
The people that wish to live in the U.S., and that are eligible
for any of the available visa types, should apply for an
immigrant visa, either through employment, or request the
permanent residence through immediate relatives that are U.S. citizens.
|Ask the Immigration Lawyer
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Ask questions to a United States
Immigration Lawyer. Send your
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attorney will answer The attorney will answer your
questions during a phone consultation or by e-mail. In addition
to the Ask Lawyer service you also can order the answer to US Immigration
Ask the Immigration Attorney Kristy Figueroa-Contreras
Attorney Kristy Figueroa-Contreras
specializes on U.S. immigration law, if you have immigration
related questions, you can use our service to submit
online and she will answer by e-mail in 2 business days, or
you can schedule a
phone consultation to ask
questions and receive answers and comments from this
immigration attorney over the phone. Ms.
Figueroa-Contreras Law firm is based in Miami, Florida and she
can help you process your case and submit your immigration
application. She is very experienced in all the aspects of
business and family immigration. The lawyer Kristy Figueroa
Contreras is the founding partner of The Law Offices
of Negri & Torres, P.A. in Miami, Florida, an international
trade, business and immigration law firm based in Buenos
Aires, Argentina, with offices and affiliates across Latin
America. In Miami she handles all types of matters about
U.S. immigration, visa, naturalization, and consular law.
The Attorney Kristy Figueroa-Contreras is the founding partner
of The Law Offices of Negri & Torres, P.A. in Miami,
Florida, an international trade, business and immigration
law firm with offices and affiliates across Latin America.
She handles all types of matters about U.S. immigration,
visa, naturalization, and consular law. She is an expert in
family-based immigrant petitions, including adjustments of
status, K-1, K-2 and K-3 visas and Special Immigrant (I-360)
petitions. She has experience with non-immigrant work and
investor visas in the E, H, TN, L, O and P categories, as
well as business (B-1) visitor visas. This attorney has
experience obtaining permanent resident (“green card”)
status for individuals in EB-1 and EB-2, and also experience
as a legal translator. She speaks English, French, Spanish
Submit your immigration questions now to the immigration
attorney Kristy Figueroa-Contreras.
Ask the Immigration
Lawyer David Katona
David Katona specializes on immigration law,
you can submit immigration questions online and he will
answer in 2 business days. Learn more about
David Katona and how to ask
questions online. He
can help you processing your case and submitting your
application. Mr. Katona is very experienced in all the
aspects of business and family immigration, and in the
defense and federal appeals of removal (or deportation).
This U.S. immigration lawyer is an active member of the
American Immigration Lawyers Association and the New York
City Bar Association. He currently serves as the Co-Chair of
the Corporate Practice Committee of AILA's New York Chapter.
Mr. Katona serves as a co-founding partner of the law firm
Katona & Mir LLP and continues to practice exclusively in
the area of immigration law. In addition to being a partner
at Katona & Mir, Mr. Katona also serves as an Of Counsel
immigration consultant to law firms in New York City and
Palo Alto, California. He speaks 3 languages, English,
Spanish and Hungarian.
Submit your immigration questions to
the immigration lawyer David Katona.
Ask the Immigration Lawyer Waverley Madden
This specialized attorney is available to answer your
questions about U.S. Immigration in English
Click here to
submit your immigration questions now. Ms.
Waverley Madden is the attorney founder of Madden Law Firm P.C.
in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; member of the Pennsylvania Bar
Association and admitted to practice Law in the United States
District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Specializes in Immigration, Bankruptcy, Entertainment, Business,
and Family law. She is a lawyer and licensed Notary Public. Ms.
Madden earned her law degree from Howard University School of
Law, Washington D.C. in 2002. Graduated cum laude from McGill
University School of Law in Montreal, Canada. She speaks English
and French, and has Spanish speakers on her staff.
Submit your immigration questions to
this immigration attorney now.
Through Marriage, Relatives, Employment, Investment or Lottery
Application, Eligibility, Rights, Obligations and Privileges.
If your Green Card has been lost, robed,
destroyed or expired, you should immediately request a new one.
& Visa Waiver
Information about the
Tourist Visa. Citizens of some countries don't need visa to travel to the United States with a maximum
stay of 90 days.
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