For foreign nationals desiring to legally enter the U.S. for work or family reunions, obtaining a visa or a visa waiver is essential. There are various visa types, each tailored to specific entry reasons and durations of stay.
Grasping the eligibility criteria and application procedures for your targeted visa type is pivotal for achieving the necessary status change.
At Hanlon Law Group, P.C., the expert Los Angeles immigration attorney is well-versed in assisting foreign nationals in obtaining diverse visas, encompassing both employment and family-based visas. Committed and meticulous, the attorney is prepared to discuss your immigration objectives and guide your status change application towards success.
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For clear guidance on your visa requirements or other immigration concerns, contact our firm.
We offer free, confidential consultations in multiple languages, ensuring you receive the expert legal counsel necessary for your immigration journey.
Los Angeles Visa Application & Waiver Assistance
Have you faced a U.S. immigrant or work visa denial? Was your application to bring a child to the U.S. rejected? Depending on your situation, a waiver of ineligibility might be an option.
The Los Angeles attorney at Hanlon Law Group, P.C. provides invaluable advice to those deemed inadmissible during the visa application phase. Proficient in visa applications and waivers, the attorney covers both immigrant and nonimmigrant visa waivers.
If a visa denial is your concern, we’re here to assist.
Procedure for a Visa Waiver
Visa waiver applications are intricate and time-bound, necessitating a deep grasp of visa prerequisites and immigration protocols. Typically, the visa waiver application process encompasses:
- Submitting a waiver application to the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) – This should lucidly elucidate reasons for waiving the initial decision and might also require furnishing DHS with corroborative documents.
- Participating in consular hearings at a U.S. embassy abroad to address queries about your present circumstances. Although immigration attorneys usually aren’t permitted at embassy consular hearings, we ensure our clients are well-prepared by elucidating the process and offering bespoke responses for the consular processing phase.
- Presenting a case at trial, if deemed necessary.
Your choice of immigration attorney can be the deciding factor between U.S. admission and perpetual ineligibility. At Hanlon Law Group, P.C., we possess the requisite expertise and acumen to champion your rights.