I am …

  1. Outside the U.S.
    1. I want to come to the U.S. temporarily
      1. Work or Business Visas
      2. Tourism Visas
      3. Educational Visas
    2. I want to move to the U.S. permanently / I want a Green Card
      1. Lawful Permanent Residence
      2. Permanent Employment Based Immigration
      3. Family Visa Petitions
      4. Asylum and Refugee Status
      5. I am the victim of a crime
      6. Diversity Visa/ Visa Lottery
    3. A U.S. Employer wants to hire me
      1. Obtaining Employment Authorization
      2. Work or Business Visas
      3. Permanent Employment Based Immigration
  2. A Visa Holder
    1. I want to extend or change my status
      1. Extension and Change of Status
    2. I want to get a Green Card
      1. Lawful Permanent Residence
      2. Adjustment of Status
      3. Consular Processing
    3. I want to work in the U.S.
      1. Obtaining Employment Authorization
      2. Work or Business Visas
      3. Permanent Employment Based Immigration
    4. I have a J visa and need a waiver of the home residency requirement
      1. J-1 Visa: Exchange Visitor and Waiver of the 2-Year Home Residency Requirement
    5. I need a copy of my immigration records
      1. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  3. A Lawful Permanent Resident
    1. I want to become a U.S. Citizen
      1. Naturalization
    2. I want to petition my relative
      1. Family Visa Petitions
    3. I want to travel abroad
      1. Abandonment and Reentry Permits
    4. I need to remove the conditions on my permanent residency
      1. Removal of Conditions
    5. I have been detained or placed in removal proceedings
      1. Removal/Deportation
      2. Detention and Bond Hearings
    6. I need a copy of my immigration records
      1. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  4. A U.S. Citizen
    1. I want to petition my relative
      1. Family Visa Petitions
    2. I need to apply for or renew a passport
    3. I need a copy of my immigration records
      1. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  5. An Employer
    1. I want to hire a foreign worker temporarily
      1. Obtaining Employment Authorization
      2. E-1 & E-2 Visas: Treaty Traders and Investors
      3. E-3 Visa: Australian Specialty Occupation
      4. H-1B Visa: Specialty Occupation
      5. L-1 Visa: Intracompany Transferees
      6. O-1 Visa: Extraordinary Ability and Achievement
      7. P-1 Visa: Athletes and Entertainment Groups
      8. R-1 Visa: Religious Workers
      9. TN Visa: NAFTA Professionals
      10. Healthcare Workers
    2. I want to hire a foreign worker permanently
      1. Obtaining Employment Authorization
      2. EB-1: Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Executives and Managers of Multi-national Companies
      3. EB-2: Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
      4. EB-3: Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Other Workers
      5. EB-4: Special Immigrants and Religious Workers
      6. EB-5: Investors
      7. Labor Certification / PERM
      8. Healthcare Workers
    3. I need help with worksite compliance
      1. I-9, E-Verify, Audits, and Training
  6. In the U.S. Unlawfully
    1. I am in removal proceedings
      1. Removal/Deportation
      2. Relief from Removal
    2. I want a Green Card
      1. Unlawful Presence and the 3/10 Bar
      2. Adjustment of Status
      3. 245i
      4. Hardship Waivers
      5. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
    3. I am a battered spouse or child
      1. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
    4. I want to leave the U.S./travel abroad
      1. Unlawful Presence and the 3/10 Bar
    5. I am being detained
      1. Detention and Bond Hearings
    6. I am the victim of a crime
      1. S, T, and U Visas
      2. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
    7. I am Looking for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
      1. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
    8. I need a copy of my immigration records
      1. Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
  7. A Criminal Defense Attorney
    1. Removal/Deportation
    2. Relief from Removal
    3. Detention and Bond Hearings
    4. Advising of the Immigration Consequences of Criminal Pleas
  8. Detained or in Removal Proceedings
    1. Removal/Deportation
    2. Relief from Removal
    3. Detention and Bond Hearings
  9. A Victim of a Crime
    1. S, T, and U Visas
    2. Asylum and Refugee Status
    3. Violence Against Women Act (VAWA)
  10. An Investor or Trader
    1. E-1 & E-2 Visas: Treaty Traders and Investors
    2. EB-5: Investors
  11. A Healthcare Worker
    1. Visa Options for Physicians
    2. Visa Options for Nurses
    3. Immigration and Certification of Physical Therapists
    4. "Schedule A" Shortage Occupations: Groups I Nurses and Physical Therapists
    5. Other Healthcare Workers
  12. A Researcher
    1. O-1 Visa: Extraordinary Ability and Achievement
    2. J-1 Visa: Exchange Visitor and Waiver of the 2-Year Home Residency Requirement
    3. EB-1: Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Executives and Managers of Multi-national Companies
    4. EB-2: Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
      1. National Interest Waivers
      2. "Schedule A" Shortage Occupations: Group II: Exceptional Ability
  13. A Professor
    1. O-1 Visa: Extraordinary Ability and Achievement
    2. EB-1: Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Executives and Managers of Multi-national Companies
    3. EB-2: Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
      1. National Interest Waivers
      2. "Schedule A" Shortage Occupations: Group II: Exceptional Ability
  14. A Computer/IT Professional
    1. H-1B Visa: Specialty Occupation
    2. TN Visa: NAFTA Professionals
    3. EB-2: Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
      1. "Schedule A" Shortage Occupations: Group II: Exceptional Ability
    4. EB-3: Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Other Workers
    5. Labor Certification / PERM
  15. An Entertainer or Athlete
    1. P-1 Visa: Athletes and Entertainment Groups
    2. O-1 Visa: Extraordinary Ability and Achievement
    3. EB-1: Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Professors and Researchers, and Executives and Managers of Multi-national Companies
    4. EB-2: Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
      1. "Schedule A" Shortage Occupations: Group II: Exceptional Ability
  16. An Asylee or Refugee
    1. Asylum and Refugee Status
    2. Cuban Adjustment Act
  17. A Religious Worker
    1. R-1 Visa: Religious Workers
    2. EB-4: Special Immigrants and Religious Workers
  18. A Trainee
    1. H-3 Visa: Nonimmigrant Trainee or Special Education Exchange Visitor
    2. J-1 Visa: Exchange Visitor and Waiver of the 2-Year Home Residency Requirement
  19. Cuban
    1. Cuban Adjustment Act
  20. Australian
    1. E-3 Visa: Australian Specialty Occupation
  21. Interested in Temporary Protected Status
    1. Temporary Protected Status (TPS)
  22. Interested in Learning about Government Agencies
    1. Government Agencies
  23. Interested in Learning About Nonimmigrant Visas
    1. Nonimmigrant Visas
    2. Dependants
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