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Immigration Lawyer in Los Angeles

Navigating complex U.S. immigration laws and policies can be a daunting task. Whether you’re applying for a visa, seeking permanent residency, or facing deportation, every detail matters, and every case is unique.

An experienced immigration lawyer in Los Angeles can provide the comprehensive guidance and support you need. D’Alessio Law Group can help demystify the process, offering tailored solutions to meet your specific circumstances and goals. With our expertise, you can approach your immigration journey with confidence, knowing you have a knowledgeable advocate on your side.

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Why Work With an Immigration Lawyer in Los Angeles?

Many people are eligible for green cards and visas in the United States, but applying for one can be long, drawn-out and confusing. 

You can simplify the whole process by working with an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles who understands U.S. immigration law and what it means in your case.

Who’s Eligible for a Green Card?

For many people, becoming a permanent resident of the United States is a big step on the path to citizenship – and it all starts with the green card application. If you’re considering becoming a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., it may be a good idea to talk to an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles.

Your attorney can help you every step of the way – even if you haven’t gotten a visa to come to the U.S. yet.
When you’re a lawful permanent resident of the U.S., you’re entitled to many of the same benefits (and responsibilities) that United States citizens have. You can live and work anywhere in the country or its territories, and you eventually become eligible to apply for naturalization.

There are several green card eligibility categories, including:

  • Family connections
  • Employment
  • Special immigrants
  • Refugees and asylees
  • Human trafficking, crime and abuse victims
These are the most common ways people obtain green cards, but they’re also available to people who win the diversity lottery or fall into other categories, such as people born in the U.S. to a foreign diplomat, American Indians born in Canada, Lautenberg parolees and others. Your Los Angeles immigration lawyer can provide more detail on special circumstances that may qualify you for LPR status.

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Green Cards for Family

If you’re an immediate relative of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident, you may be eligible to apply for a green card. For U.S. citizen sponsors, these family members can apply with no waiting period:

  • Spouses
  • Unmarried children under the age of 21
  • Parents of citizens who are over the age of 21

These family members can apply under family-based preference categories, which require waiting for prior applicants to be processed:

  • Unmarried children over the age of 21
  • Married children
  • Sibling of a citizen who is at least 21

Lawful permanent residents can also sponsor immigrants for green cards under family preference categories, including these family members:

  • Spouses
  • Unmarried children

Employment-Based Green Cards

Employers can bring foreign talent to the United States by following the proper immigration channels. You could be eligible for a green card if you are an immigrant worker, a physician, or an investor.

Green Cards for Special Immigrants

Some people are considered special immigrants and are eligible for green cards.

Some people are considered special immigrants and are eligible for green cards. These people may apply for permanent resident status:

  • Religious workers
  • Special immigrant juveniles (juveniles who need protection because they have been abused, abandoned or neglected by a parent)
  • Afghanistan or Iraq nationals who were employed by or for the U.S. government, such as interpreters, or who were employed by the International Security Assistance Force
  • Employees of international broadcasters
  • Employees of certain international organizations

Refugees and Asylees

Refugees and asylees who were granted that protected status more than a year before applying are eligible to apply for a green card.

Green Cards for Victims of Human Trafficking, Crime or Abuse

If you have been a victim of human trafficking, certain crimes, or abuse, you may be eligible to apply for a U.S. green card. You should contact an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles to learn whether you qualify.

Do You Need to Talk to an Immigration Lawyer in Los Angeles?

If you’re considering applying for lawful permanent resident status, we can help you. Call us or contact us online to schedule a free consultation with an immigration lawyer in Los Angeles now.
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