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A Green Card enables you to live and work in the United States for the rest of your life – in other words, to become a permanent resident.

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Green Card Through Family Members: Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys

Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys have years of experience working through the U.S. immigration system, and can answer your immigration questions about how to get your Green Card. Most people obtain their Green Cards either by being sponsored by a family member, or through their employment. A U.S. citizen may sponsor their spouse, minor children, adult children, parents or siblings. A permanent resident is limited to sponsoring only their spouse, minor children and unmarried adult children.

At Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Law, our team of Immigration Lawyers are experienced and can help with all your immigration needs. We provide immigration services in Kennewick, Yakima, Portland, Tacoma, Seattle and Auburn. Call today to book your free consultation with a skilled Immigration Attorney. (888) 884-7337

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Green Card Through Employers: Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys

If you are trying to obtain your Green Card through an employment-based petition, the Immigration Lawyers at Ritchie Reiersen Immigration have years of experience and can help you through the process. Immigrants can be eligible to become permanent U.S. residents through their employment, based upon specific skills. Depending on the type of work and position, however, in order for employers to obtain permission to solicit immigrant employees, the employer must provide proof that finding U.S. workers has been exhausted and unfruitful. Once an employer has established the need for immigrant workers, those workers can begin the process of obtaining their Green Cards.

Employment-based immigration can be a cumbersome and confusing process to manage alone. Contact Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Lawyers for an appointment to have a risk-free consultation. We will answer your questions and help you determine the best option for yourself and your loved ones. Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Law provides immigration services in Kennewick, Yakima, Moses Lake, Tacoma, Seattle, Auburn, and Portland. Call today at (888) 884-7337.

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Why You Should have An Immigration Attorney

Many people with immigration needs find it very helpful to have an experienced Immigration Attorney on their side. The laws involving United States immigration are complicated and constantly changing. Additionally, the application paperwork is time consuming and can quickly become overwhelming and frustrating.
At Ritchie Reiersen Law, our Immigration Attorneys are dedicated to helping our clients achieve the best possible outcomes with their immigration needs. With respect and attention to detail, we will help you understand the immigration options that are available to you and guide you through the process. Our team of Immigration Lawyers is experienced with all your immigration needs and stand ready to help.

With immigration services in and around Kennewick, Yakima, Moses Lake, Tacoma, Seattle, Auburn, and Portland, we are ready to help you where and when you need it. Call today to schedule your free consultation with an experienced and compassionate Immigration Attorney near you.

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The process to becoming a U.S. citizen or receiving any type of visa can be very complex and confusing – and often quite frustrating.  An experienced immigration lawyer at Ritchie Reiersen Law will care for you and help you understand each step of the immigration process.

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