Immigration Attorneys to Help with Visas, Asylum & More
Legally entering the United States can be a dizzying process for anyone. Immigration processes may involve as many as three federal agencies. Individuals and businesses who try to handle visa and green card applications without an experienced immigration lawyer may find themselves overwhelmed by the procedures involved.
At the law firm of Valverde & Rowell, P.C., in Virginia Beach, Virginia, we are familiar with visa procedures. We know how to organize petitions and applications, and we understand how the many parts of the immigration process work, and work together. Contact us in Virginia Beach, Va for help from an experienced immigration lawyer in any of the following areas, but not limited to:
- Family visas : Visas and green cards for dependents, immediate and extended family members (including K-3 for spouses of American citizens, K-4 for children of American citizens and I-130 for alien relatives)
- Spouse and fiancé based visas : Visas and green cards for the spouses, children and fiancés of U.S. citizens (including K-1 for a fiancé or fiancée, K-2 for children of a fiancé or fiancée, K-3 and K-4 visas)
- Provisional Unlawful Presence Waiver : Waiver for undocumented spouses, parents and children of U.S. citizens apply for this I-601A provisional waiver
Work, Student and Visitor Visas
- H-2B guest worker visas : Visas for temporary seasonal employees in industries that have a peak season
- Visas for professionals : H-1B visas, O-1 visas and green card opportunities via the PERM program and employer-based preferences (EB-1, EB-2 and EB-3)
- Immigration and international business: Visas for traders, investors and multinational employees, including the E-1, E-2, L-1 and L-2 visas as well as the EB-5 immigration preference for major investors
- Religious worker visas: R-1 temporary visas for workers in religious occupations
- Other special work-related visas: Including H-3, P-1, P-2, P-3 and TN visas
- Student visas: F-1 visas for academic students and M-1 visas for vocational students
- Visitor and exchange visas: B-1, B-2, J-1 and Q-1 visas as well as the visa waiver program
Asylum and Detention
- Asylum: Legal immigration for people fleeing persecution in other countries
- Removal and detention proceedings: Helping people who are accused of violating immigration laws fight deportation and detention by Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)
- Offering consultation services to criminal defense attorneys on the adverse immigration consequences of convictions and plea agreements.
Our attorneys have helped many clients through multiple stages of the complex immigration law process. For instance, we have helped family members of U.S. citizens in lawful, permanent residences or employees of U.S. corporations obtain green cards, we have helped people who enter under student visas obtain professional visas upon graduation as well as those who came to the US as a young age but had no immigration status (DACA) – Deffered Action for Childhood Arrivals.
To work with a skilled attorney who can help you with all aspects of U.S. immigration and citizenship law, contact us today. You will meet with an immigration lawyer who understands the law, and has helped other families achieve their dreams of U. S. residency or citizenship. Call 757-422-8472 locally to schedule a confidential consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer.
Bradford A. MillerAssociate at Valverde & Rowell, P.C.
Hugo Raul ValverdePartner at Valverde & Rowell, P.C.
R. Barry RowellPartner at Valverde & Rowell, P.C.
Andrew J. ReigelAssociate at Valverde & Rowell, P.C.