Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys Can Help You Obtain Your Visa
If you or someone you know is trying to gain temporary access to the United States, Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorneys have the experience and knowledge to find the right visa for you. There are over 180 different types of Visas in the United States. It is important that you apply for the appropriate visa based on both your purpose for coming to the United States as well as how long you intend to stay.
The most common ways individuals visit the United States are by using either the F-1 (Academic Student), M-1 (Vocational Student), or J-1 (cultural and educational Exchange Visitor) temporary visas. The most common temporary work visas that allow you to obtain employment in the United States include E, H, L, and P visas.
At Ritchie Reiersen Law, our team of Immigration Attorneys have years of experience helping people with all of their immigration needs. We are passionate about helping our clients achieve their immigration dreams, and will do all we can to assist you in making that happen. Whether it’s for a short visit or to become a permanent resident, our skilled Immigration Lawyers can help you. We have offices in Kennewick, Yakima, Moses Lake, Tacoma, Seattle and Auburn to serve all your needs. Call today for a free consultation with an experienced Ritchie Reiersen Immigration Attorney –1 (888) 884-7337.
How To Obtain A Temporary Visa
Having an experienced Immigration Lawyer can drastically increase your likelihood of obtaining a visa to visit the United States. There are over 180 different types of US visas – each with a time-consuming application as well as significant application fees. Because of the complex nature of the immigration system, it can be easy to inadvertently choose the incorrect type of visa or make mistakes in the application. However, with an Immigration Attorney on your side, you can be assured that you are on the right path to obtaining the proper visa.
The Immigration Lawyers at Ritchie Reiersen Law understand how confusing the immigration applications and process can be. With years of experience, we have a firm understanding of how to successfully help our clients achieve their immigration dreams. Call us today for your free immigration consultation. We provide immigration services in Kennewick, Yakima, Moses Lake, Tacoma, Seattle, and Auburn. Call us today and find out how we can help you with all your immigration needs. 1 (888) 884-7337.
Why You Should have An Immigration Attorney
Many people with immigration needs find it very helpful to have an experienced Immigration Attorney assisting them. The United States immigration laws are complicated, confusing, and constantly changing. Additionally, the paper work can be very overwhelming and time consuming. At Ritchie Reiersen Law, our team of Immigration Attorneys wants to help each of our clients to get the best possible outcome. With years of experience helping thousands of individuals with their immigration challenges, we understand the many facets of the U.S. immigration system and we stand ready to help. We provide immigration services in Kennewick, Yakima, Moses Lake, Tacoma, Seattle, and Auburn. Call us today at (888) 884-7337 to schedule a complimentary consultation.
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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.
Frequently Asked Questions
I am in the United States on a temporary visitor visa. I would like to change that to a permanent visa. What do I need to do?
My visa has expired. What can I do?
Who is eligible for asylum?
What is the difference between a green card and a visa?
A green card is a permit that allows you to not only enter the United States, but stay in the U.S. for as long as you wish. A green card typically does not have an expiration date, although this can depend on the type of green card that is granted. A green card holder can work in any industry or occupation in the U.S. and are granted the same rights as U.S. citizens except for voting, serving on a jury, and receiving federal aid for college expenses.
A visa, on the other hand, is a temporary pass that allows you to enter the United States and stay for a specified period of time. Visas do expire. An individual with a visa may not seek employment in the United States unless they have a specific work visa.
What types of visas are available if I want to come to the U.S. for a visit or a temporary stay?
What type of visa should I apply for if I want to become a permanent U.S. resident?
I have been a victim of a crime in the United States, but I do not have status. Should I still report the crime?
I am a victim of abuse living as a foreign national in the United States. Is there a visa that can help protect me?
You may be eligible for relief based upon the abusive relationship. An experienced Immigration Attorney who is knowledgeable about the many complexities of immigration law can advise you on your legal options. Consulting with an immigration attorney can help you determine how to keep yourself and your children safe and will give you an advisor who can help you determine what the best option would be for you.
How do I qualify for a visa to visit the U.S.?
- Purpose of the trip to the U.S. is tourism, pleasure, or visiting
- Applicant is a permanent resident of another country and they intend to return to that country
- Applicant has connections to home country in the form of job, property, or family
- Applicant is not entering the United States with the intention of seeking employment
- Applicant has the financial resources to cover the expenses of the trip
The duration of time that the person is allowed to stay in the U.S. varies and is determined by the immigration officer at the port of entry. Generally, the maximum allowed time is six months.
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