Experienced Mesa AZ Lawyers For Immigration Issues
Immigration law is quite complex. Not only has the law changed substantially over the years, the current immigration system now involves a complicated web of multiple federal agencies. The experienced Mesa immigration lawyers at Gunderson Law Group can help you navigate the legal system to achieve the immigration status that you or a loved one need.
Type of Immigration Cases We Represent
Many people who are unfamiliar with the immigration system believe that obtaining legal status is as simple as submitting a single application for a visa. Unfortunately, it is usually never that simple. In addition to applications for visas, there are a variety of other immigration issues that you or a loved one might face. At Gunderson Law Group, we represent clients in Mesa and throughout the world with a variety of immigration needs.
An Arizona immigration lawyer from our team can help you understand your options, whether you wish to relocate to the United States on a temporary basis or you want to immigrate permanently—becoming a permanent and/or eventually a U.S. citizen. Our team can also help you if you have already been living in the United States for a while now but want to change your immigration status.
While immigration law is complex, working with an immigration lawyer can make it a little easier by helping you put together a stronger case that is tailored to your unique circumstances. Call Gunderson Law Group in Mesa today to get the experienced legal help that you need.
By working with an experienced immigration lawyer on these and other issues, you can better understand your rights and improve your chances of getting the visa or residency status you want.
You may have already attained the immigration status that you want, but you may still want to help family members from your home country immigrate to the United States. Our Mesa family immigration lawyers can help.
If you have become a permanent resident or a naturalized U.S. citizen, you may be able to sponsor other family members. Your lawyer can let you know what the options are and what the process is for each.
By helping you understand your legal options, your lawyer can help you find a way to bring your family members to live with you in the United States as soon as possible.
Hiring the best talent for the job sometimes means looking beyond Mesa or even the United States. If you have found an overseas applicant that you want to hire, you may be able to sponsor that applicant and help him or her obtain an employment-based visa. Our employment immigration lawyers can help you understand what is involved and guide you through the whole process to increase your chances for success.
Other Immigration Cases We Handle
Deferred Action (e.g. DACA)
We will help you understand the requirements for each type of visa or residency status and then build a case that will increase your chances of having your application approved.
Call the estate planning lawyers at Gunderson Law Group to start working on your Mesa estate plan. If you already have an estate plan that hasn’t been reviewed in several years, we can help you ensure that your plan still meets your goals and objectives. You can rest easy knowing that your wishes are protected.
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