Comprehensive Immigration Solutions
Families and Individuals
Immigration law is a complex maze of rules that can make any immigration issue feel overwhelming. Government delays and legal hurdles can further complicate seemingly straightforward cases. By focusing exclusively on immigration law, Agarwal Law Group assists individuals and families in developing comprehensive strategies to achieve their goals.
Agarwal Law Group provides assistance in preparing applications for temporary nonimmigrant visas for students and visitors as well as applications for permanent residence through family-based petitions or other humanitarian options. Agarwal Law Group also assists clients seeking to become U.S. citizens.
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Agarwal Law Group assists families and individuals obtain green cards through family sponsorship, VAWA self-petitions, or the diversity visa lottery. Agarwal Law Group also assists fiancé(e)s and spouses of U.S. citizens enter and remain in the U.S. until a conditional green card is issued.
Agarwal Law Group assists individuals seeking to enter the U.S. as students pursuing academic, cultural, or vocational studies. Agarwal Law Group also facilitates lawful student employment and evaluates permanent employment options for students who intend to remain in the U.S. upon completion of their respective programs.
Agarwal Law Group facilitates the application process for individuals seeking to enter the U.S. temporarily for business or pleasure. Agarwal Law Group works with employers and individuals to prepare appropriate documentation for temporary visitors and assists in streamlining the consular application process.
Law Enforcement Visas and Humanitarian Options
Agarwal Law Group assists victims of violence, abuse, or persecution evaluate and process the most appropriate relief option to remain temporarily or permanently in the U.S.
Citizenship and Naturalization
Agarwal Law Group assists qualifying individuals obtain U.S. citizenship through naturalization, acquisition, or derivation.