What Can an Immigration Attorney Do for You?


We live in a world that is driven by convenience. Technological innovation seeks to optimize everything in our lives from how we consume social media content to managing our passport review at the airport. Even the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) provides every immigration form online and attempts to make it easy for everyone. The major problem with all of these conveniences is that there is very little oversight and a lot of room for error. When it comes to immigration law, some matters seem simple, but there are no safety nets to ensure accuracy. Utilizing the expertise of an immigration attorney can save you time and money in the long run.

Legal Experience

The field of immigration law is constantly evolving. The highly politicized nature of immigration in general, makes it difficult for many individuals to fully understand what options are available to them and how long they will remain a viable avenue. An immigration attorney spends a significant amount of time staying up-to-date with the latest legislation. Their clients depend on that expertise for accurate and reliable advice. All regulations, procedures, and deadlines stay top of mind so that you can receive services that are appropriately tailored to your specific situation. Working with an experienced immigration attorney can prevent costly mistakes and delays that have the potential to end your career in the U.S. or prevent your family abroad from reuniting with you.

Personalized Assistance and Care

When looking for ways to stay in or come to the U.S. there are dozens of visas and eligibility requirements to sift through. You could believe you’re eligible for a specific visa, only to find out after paying for the application and waiting weeks (or months) that there was an error on the form, and you must start the process all over again. An immigration attorney can provide specific guidance and personalized suggestions based on your circumstances. After assessing your goals, eligibility, and potential challenges, they will work with you to develop a strategy for a positive outcome. 

The immigration process is overwhelming for a lot of people. There are a lot of complicated forms and legal terminology that can prevent people from fully understanding visa requirements or how to work with an employer for sponsorship. Your attorney will simplify the process, advocate on your behalf, and ensure that your application is completed without error and has all the appropriate supporting documentation.

Someone to Fight By Your Side

There are some cases where immigration applications are denied even after careful preparation, or the stakes are high, and a quick solution is necessary. Your attorney can assist you in appealing a decision, challenge immigration authorities, and represent you in case court proceedings are required. Not only do attorneys have the training to help you navigate the legal system, but they can also tap into their experiences to try to find the best possible solution. It’s important to have someone in your corner for any legal situation, and immigration is no different.

When the stakes are this high, it’s best to turn to a proven immigration attorney like Dr. Tamara Relis. Dr. Relis and her caring team are changing peoples lives for good! They are here to help individuals from across the world legally live and work in the U.S. Call our office at 866-918-2117 for a free initial consultation today.

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We help people from around the world to live and work freely in the U.S., to achieve their dreams, unite families, or escape persecution. No matter what immigration service you need, RelisLaw will provide caring and dependable counsel to you and aggressive advocacy to vigorously fight for you using every available legal avenue. As a global firm, we work with people in countries around the world. We meet clients across the U.S., as well as in New York, Toronto, and Montréal. We also meet with clients globally, located in any country, via Skype and other platforms.

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