Immigration Lawyer in Fort Myers
At Patrick McLain Law, we will take care of all your immigration needs, from a temporary work visa to U. S. citizenship and everything in between. If you have doubts about your eligibility for a specific visa; if you have been notified of deportation proceedings against you; if you are applying for asylum; or need to sponsor your employee, we will help you get the visa you need. Make an appointment today with our immigration lawyer in Fort Myers for these and any other immigration issues.
Temporary Work Visas
Temporary visas may be granted to individuals wishing to enter the United States and work for a specific period of time. In all cases, temporary visas must start with an employer filing a petition with USCIS and the approved petition must accompany the visa application.
Temporary work visas are given to individuals who possess a specialty occupation and have a higher education degree. Also, they are available to seasonal agricultural workers, and other categories that fall under Free Trade Agreements.
Resident Status (Immigrant Visas / Green Cards)
Having a Green Card is the dream of many people who want to make the United States their permanent home, allowing them to not only live and work in this country, but also to achieve citizenship eventually. As your immigration attorney, we will explain the eligibility requirements for this coveted document, the steps needed to achieve it, the processes and procedures it entails, and what you can and cannot do while you are waiting for your green card to be approved and granted.
We have helped many people through this complex process and understand the importance of a seamless application. Whether you qualify through family sponsorship, through your employment, because you are a special immigrant and are seeking asylum, or have refugee status, we know the steps needed to be taken to get you the permanent residency you seek.
As a business owner or representative of a large corporation, you are aware of the fact that many competent employees come to this country from abroad in order to contribute to the growth of your business. However, this benefit is accompanied by a range of legal issues that must be addressed. At Patrick McLain Law, we are committed to helping you resolve all of your corporate immigration issues and avoid any problems associated with U. S. immigration laws.
We can help you with a wide variety of corporate immigration matters, such as I-9 compliance, legal status compliance, verifying employee visa eligibility, notifying USCIS when a foreign employee has been terminated, and any other corporate immigration sponsorships and issues. We can also help you design a policy that will prevent any immigration matters from affecting your business. Give our immigration law firm a call to learn more about the way we can help.
If you are looking to become a citizen of the United States and are a Green Card holder, you want to do everything in your power to have this desire come true. An experienced immigration attorney from Patrick McLain Law will guide you every step of the way to ensure you will not be denied citizenship due to an unintended mistake or omission within your application. If you are at least 18 years of age, have been a lawful permanent resident of this country for at least the past three years, can prove that you have resided and had physical presence in this country, and fulfill all other requirements, talk to us about taking that final important step and becoming an American citizen. Don’t jeopardize your chances by doing this on your own. Call our immigration attorney in Fort Myers now.
Other U. S. Immigration Matters
There are plenty of reasons why you would need an immigration attorney from Fort Myers by your side. If you were brought to this country by your parents when you were young and are now having issues with DACA, if you come from a country that has Temporary Protected Status and need to obtain or renew your visa or if you want to sponsor a relative to join you here, we have the legal expertise you need to get your immigration issue solved.
If you have been informed that you may receive a visa because you have been the victim of crime in your country of origin or want to apply for asylum or as a refugee, or see if you qualify for a humanitarian visa, Patrick McLain Law can help you navigate the complex legal scene in an efficient and effective way.
When you need to change the status of your visa, inform the immigration authorities of a change of address, or if you need an extension of status to continue your presence in the United States, our immigration law firm is prepared to assist you and get you immigration matters resolved.