As immigration law continues to evolve in the United States, our attorneys provide high-quality, up-to-date insights on navigating the process and its complexities. Laws and regulations determine the status of anyone who wishes to visit, live, or work in the United States, and they outline what rights and responsibilities those people will have. At Worldwide Legal Services, we use over three decades of immigration law experience to help individuals and businesses enter and remain in the United States legally. We also work with anyone who entered the country without documentation, overstayed their visa, or violated existing immigration laws. Our extensive services include:
Our attorneys understand the long but rewarding journey toward becoming a citizen of the United States. With a comprehensive knowledge of naturalization laws, we not only set our clients on the path to citizenship, but follow them every step of the way.
For individuals who wish to remain a permanent resident of the United States, we help them secure a green card to do so. We also walk our clients through the various methods of obtaining their lawful, permanent residency and decide which one is most appropriate for their situation.
Our clients can also become legal residents by seeking a family-based visa. For individuals who have relatives living in the United States as citizens, Worldwide Legal Services shows you the various methods of achieving a visa and helps you through the sponsorship process.
Worldwide Legal Services advocates for the public’s right to transparent and accessible information about our government and its actions. With a thorough knowledge of the history and practice of Freedom of Information laws, we work with our clients to obtain records pertinent to their needs.
Individuals who have been persecuted in their home countries – or who fear they will be persecuted based on their race, religion, nationality, or political affiliations – may apply for asylum or other temporary protections in the United States. Our team will guide you through the process of seeking asylum while defending and strengthening your case.