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There are four basic paths for obtaining lawful permanent residence in the United States:
- Through a family relationship
- Through employment sponsorship
- Through the diversity program
- Through asylum
(Initial Consultation is Not Free. Details Will be Provided.)
Lawful permanent residents are non-U.S. citizens who have authorization to work and live in the United States indefinitely. They can serve in the U.S. military, but they may not vote. They have to follow certain rules to maintain their status, both when traveling abroad, and while staying outside of the U.S. for extended periods of time. They may lose their status if they commit crimes.
Obtaining permanent residence is usually a lengthy and complex process, and requires a careful analysis of an individual’s circumstances.
A person who has remained a lawful permanent resident in the U.S. for five years (or sometimes three years), and has been physically present in the U.S. for half of that time can qualify for U.S. citizenship. A person who is married to and residing with a U.S. citizen can typically apply for U.S. citizenship after three years.
HLF practices Immigration Law in the following areas:
I-751 | CONSULAR PROCESSING | PARENT | 601 HARDSHIP WAIVER | 245I | MOTION TO REOPEN | SIBLING | STEPCHILDREN | FIRST PREFERENCE
MARRIAGE IMMIGRATION (SUBSTITUTION):
CSPA | EMERGENCY | ADVANCE PAROLE | I-90 CRIMINAL ISSUES
EB-2 I-140 | NURSE PRACTITIONER | NATIONAL INTEREST WAIVER | PERM | REGISTERED NURSE | EB-3 I-140 | EB-11 | PHARMACISTS | L-1
H-1B | J-1 WAIVERS | J-2 WAIVERS | K-1 FIANCE | VISA WAIVER | F-1 | B-2 VISITOR | H-4 | F-1 REINSTATEMENT
TERMINATION | MOTION TO REOPEN | JAIL CASES | CANCELLATION OF REMOVAL | ARRIVING ALIEN | BIA APPEAL
Call HLF at 1-202-234-2727 of fill out the INITIAL CONSULTATION form.
Andrew Heidarpour is a member of the DC Bar, and founding attorney of Heidarpour Law Firm, PLLC. While in law school, Mr. Heidarpour interned at multiple law firms, focusing on contract and Healthcare Law. Mr. Heidarpour also conducted over 150 pro bono hours at the Employment Compensation Appeals Board, in the U.S. Department of Labor, located in Washington, D.C., under the supervision and direction of then acting Chief Judge, where he evaluated and studied the validity and viability of claims submitted for Appeal.
Mr. Heidarpour, has worked with a network of highly experienced attorneys, to bring about the highest quality legal work to each client, every day.
Mr. Heidarpour holds a Bachelor degree in Business Administration, with an emphasis in Legal Studies, from the University of Central Oklahoma, as well as a Juris Doctorate degree, from Arizona Summit Law School.
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