Romanian Immigration Lawyer

SG Legal Group: Romanian Immigration Lawyers

Immigration is a much more complicated process than one might think. At SG Legal Group our Romanian Immigration Lawyers will find the right solutions to your immigration and business legal needs. So whether you are coming to the United States to travel, study, work temporarily or permanently, start a business, or to be with your family, our goal is to help you achieve your dreams. Successfully mapping your immigration journey is our business! 

Areas Our Romanian Immigration Lawyers Specialize In 

Family Based Green Cards 

At SG Legal Group, we really enjoy what we do, especially when it involves bringing family members together. We do not stop until the long and arduous process is complete and the families are reunited.

Our Romanian immigration lawyers have legal expertise both on a personal and professional level with family immigration and empathize with the struggle to meet the immigration obstacles you face along the way. Contact our firm to learn more about how we can help with family-based green cards. 

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Employment-Based Green Cards 

The United States allows individuals from around the world to come into the country to pursue employment opportunities on a temporary or permanent basis. A number of employment-based visa categories are available to foreign nationals whose objective is to work or open businesses in the United States on either a temporary or permanent basis. Most work visa categories require a U.S. employer who will sponsor the foreign national for employment. 

 

To learn more about how we can assist you or your company with employment-based green cards please contact us today. 
 

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E-2 Visa 

The E-2 nonimmigrant visa authorizes a citizen of a treaty country to oversee their investment in the U.S. or work with a U.S. business which is at least 50% owned by citizens of the treaty country. 

Strong E-2 cases tell a compelling story. It is as much a sales pitch as it is a legal application. The government wants to see the entrepreneurial spirit of the investor along with the positive local, regional, and/or national economic impact of the investment conveyed through a business plan and represented on your visa application. Presentation is key. Consult with our Romanian Immigration Lawyers to learn more about how we can assist you with your E-2 Visa Application. 

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Naturalization

One of the greatest joys of working in the immigration law field is helping clients achieve their goals of becoming citizens of the United States. The process, though challenging, is ultimately very rewarding when all is said and done.

There can be pitfalls to obtaining citizenship. People who have been arrested or convicted of certain crimes, and people who have spent long period outside the United States must be particularly cautious. If you made a decision to pursue Naturalization, schedule a consultation with our Legal Group to review your eligibility and ensure compliance under U.S. immigration law.

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Waivers

An individual may be refused entry to the United States due to a finding of “inadmissibility”. Under immigration law, an individual can be found inadmissible on the basis of numerous grounds–including criminal, drug-related, security, medical and immigration violation grounds.

Assuming the Waiver is approved, the applicant attends a visa interview in his or her home country and is issued an immigrant visa. Whether one qualifies for this program should be carefully examined, as the program all but eliminates family separation for the majority of applicants. Note, this program has been criticized as failing to meet its original purpose as unduly harsh adjudication techniques have neutralized some of the positive effects of the program. For this reason, and the inherent difficulty of a waiver to begin with, a detailed and complete evaluation of each case is critical.

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