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Boston Immigration Lawyer

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Immigration Lawyer in Boston

Did you know that there are over a dozen types of visas in the U.S.? The government has put in place a complex immigration system. While the country has good reason to do this, the problem is that the process can get confusing, especially with the changes different administrations have implemented over the years. These shifts can cause undue strain on immigrants who are trying to reside permanently in the country.

You need someone to guide you through the system, someone who knows the best approach to achieve your goals. A knowledgeable Boston immigration lawyer can provide you with such assistance and offer just such an approach..

Immigration Services

At Nomos Law Group, we offer immigration services designed to guide you through every step along the way. Whether you need help for sponsors to collect evidence or take necessary legal action against unreasonable delays, our Boston immigration lawyers are here for you. Contact us today if you need help with:

Applying For An Immigrant Visa

The U.S. government requires visas to visit or live in the country. There are many types of visas available, depending on your purpose. If you plan to stay permanently in the country, you will need an immigrant visa.
There are two main types of immigrant visas:

  • Family or immediate relative-sponsored visa
  • Employer-sponsored visa

The immediate relative-sponsored visa means you are joining close family already in the United States. They can be your U.S. citizen parents, spouse, or children under the age of 21.
Several additional sub-types of family or immediate relative-sponsored visas exist. What you will apply for depends on your specific situation.

An employment-based visa is for immigrants who are moving to the U.S. permanently for work. There is a limited number of visas given out every fiscal year, and it is prioritized based on the nature of the job and profession.This can be a lengthy and complex process.

Citizenship And Naturalization

Becoming a U.S. citizen is a huge decision. The process is called naturalization and is granted to permanent residents who meet the requirements. You can apply for this if:

  1. You have been a permanent resident for at least five years
  2. You are married to a U.S. citizen and have had your Green Card based on the marriage for at least 3 years
  3. You are the child of a U.S. citizen
  4. You are serving in the U.S. military

Each situation has unique requirements and specific processes. If you need help understanding the process, you can reach out to Boston immigration lawyers at Nomos Law Group today. Feel free to call (833) 617-8654.

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Why Choose Nomos Law Group?

  • Free Consultation With an Attorney – You will discuss your immigration needs directly with an attorney during a free 30-minute consultation.
  • Communicate in Your Native Language – Our lawyers and support staff speak English, Portuguese, Spanish, Greek, and French, so you do not have to worry about communication barriers.
  • Experience in All Immigration Matters – We help individuals, families, and businesses with all immigration matters, including citizenship, work-based green cards, and deportation.
  • Reliable Immigration Results – Immigration is our sole focus, allowing us to devote time and resources to finding solutions to your issues.
  • We Put the Client First – Our clients are our top priority, meaning that they come first and everything else is secondary.
  • Compassionate Legal Services – Our attorneys and staff members are compassionate and sensitive to immigration issues and treat each client with the respect they deserve.

Nonimmigrant Visas

If you want to visit the U.S. temporarily, you need a nonimmigrant visa. It is designed for tourists, people who are traveling for business, and people seeking medical treatment.

You can apply for these visas directly with the U.S. consulate or embassy nearest you. But, if you need help navigating the process or are unsure of your status, you can always reach out to our immigration lawyers.

We have experience in assisting clients in obtaining different types of nonimmigrant visas. Talk to us to get a better understanding of what you need.

Deportation Defense

The USCIS oversees non-citizens and ensures they do not commit fraud or other crimes. Even if you have a green card, petty infractions can cause long-term damage to your status. If you have been convicted of a crime, there is a chance you can get deported.

You have to know that when faced with deportation, you have the right to be represented by a lawyer. Our Boston immigration lawyers can help you navigate the process since the law can get complex.

Should you find yourself in this situation, schedule a consultation at the Nomos Law Group today.

Professional Associations

American Immigration Lawyers Association
Law Society of Ontario

Why Nomos Law Group LLC?

Nomos Law Group L.L.C. is a law firm that focuses on immigration law, with commitment, dedication, compassion and responsibility.

Our mission is to help individuals, families and businesses with the following immigration solutions for: family migration, asylum, citizenship and naturalization, work-based green card, temporary work visas, deportation and removal advocacy, visa change, visas students and visitors, and all other issues related to immigration.

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