Immigration

Immigration law is vast and complex, with lasting effects on the lives of immigrant families.

Our job at Plan Life Law is to provide comprehensive information and effective representation in the various areas of immigration law to our clients and their families seeking legal status in the U.S.

Family-based Immigration Law

Family-Based Immigration

The unification of families is a significant part of US immigration policy. Therefore, US citizens and lawful permanent residents (LPRs) can bring non-US national family members to join them in the US.


Plan Life Law is here to make the process go smoothly and quickly. Your family member will acquire a Green Card once you both meet the eligibility criteria. 


We prepare your family member and you for the interview process. And we attend the interview upon your request.

Employment-based Immigration Law

Employment-Based Immigration

The US provides the Employment-Based (EB) category as a way for employers to fill job openings that they are unable to fill with US workers. It allows the US employer to petition for a foreign national to obtain their green card. 


The process of obtaining an EB visa can be very difficult. Employers are required to document and show proof of their attempts to hire a US national among other requirements. The employees must provide extensive documentation of their abilities and/or qualifications. 


At Plan Life Law, we'll help you with all the required documentation! 


U.S. Citizenship

Citizenship/Naturalization Application


While all US residents are protected under the Constitution, there are certain additional rights that only US citizens are allowed. 

A US passport allows you to enter numerous countries without having to obtain a visa, and while overseas you will be able to get assistance from the US government if needed. 


You are enabled to take part in civic and legal processes as a US citizen. Obtaining US citizenship is at the heart of your American Dream. It allows for an upward trajectory in that you will have access to a wider range of government benefits, federal jobs, and federal grants and scholarships. 


If you are unsure of your eligibility or what steps to take, We will guide you through the process, prepare you for your test and attend the interview upon your request.



If you are a widow or a widower of a US citizen, you may be eligible to obtain your green card.


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Asylum Claims 


If granted, asylum seekers may obtain Lawful Permanent Residence (LPR) in the US. This relief is for persons who have suffered persecution or fear that they will suffer persecution due to race, religion, nationality, or based on other group class. Foreign nationals who fit the requirements of "refugee" under international law and are already in the country or are at the border may seek asylum.

 

Too often, asylum applicants give up on their pursuit of LPR because of the complicated process, which requires a sworn statement with a detailed and comprehensive explanation of the applicant's experience. However, Plan Life Law is here to lift the burden by walking you through the entire process.



Effective May 11, 2023, if you unlawfully enter the US through Mexico or the coastal border, the U.S. government will generally presume you to be ineligible for asylum, unless you can demonstrate an exception to the rule or rebut the presumption. 


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