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Greencard888.com is provided by the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth as a basic guide to understanding the United States immigration system.  Our helpful attorneys have been providing immigration assistance since 1984, helping immigrants secure green cards, obtain visas, and fight deportation.  Our law firm has grown and adapted to the changes in immigration law, providing expert legal assistance to those in need.

We offer 100% free immigration consultations in English, Spanish, Mandarin, and Cantonese.  Our immigration experts will learn about your unique situation and offer possible solutions to help you meet your immigration goals.  The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth provides upfront pricing information without any hidden fees.

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Our Immigration Services

The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth offers more than just help securing a green card. We are a full-service immigration law firm and can help with residency, visas, and even citizenship.  For the duration of your immigration case…

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Green Card Services

Permanent legal residence, sometimes called a green card due to the original color of the identification card, allows immigrants to live and work in the United States. Green card holders must renew their permanent resident status every 10 years. After five years, lawful permanent residents are eligible to apply for citizenship.

Non-Immigrant Visas

Foreign workers, experts, investors, and entrepreneurs currently awaiting permanent residence or not seeking to live permanently in the United States can apply for temporary non-immigrant visas, including the H-1B Visa.  Non-immigrant visas allow temporary workers and investors to work in the country legally.

Family Immigrant Visas

For non-citizens with relatives living in the United States, seeking sponsorship through those family members is an ideal means of obtaining a green card.  Immediate relatives (spouses, minor children, parents) of United States citizens do not face quotas, but more distant relatives may encounter quotas with immigration backlogs of several years.

Citizenship and Naturalization

Permanent lawful residents can apply for United States citizenship after living in the country for several years.  Eligible immigrants seeking citizenship must fill out certain forms, provide certain documents, provide certain biometric data, and pass written exams.  Preparation for all of the requirements of U.S. citizenship is important.

Employment Immigrant Visas

Employment-based visas are limited in both number and scope, but many classes not face a significant backlog for qualified applicants.  EB visas can be sought by persons considered to have ‘extraordinary’ abilities, including scientists, artists, teachers, or athletes.  Businesspersons seeking to invest in the United States can also qualify for employment-based immigration visas.

Deportation Defense

Undocumented immigrants, tourists or workers who overstay their visas, and green card holder convicted of crimes could be subjected to removal from the country. The United States justice system provides due process to immigrants facing deportation, allowing attorneys to argue against removal orders in a court of law.

Consult with an Immigration Attorney!

The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth has been helping immigrants from around the world live and work in the United States for more than three decades.  Our immigration lawyers are dedicated to providing clients with caring, responsive legal representation focused on achieving a successful outcome.  Whether seeking a green card, a temporary visa, or citizenship, our immigration experts can help you achieve your goals.

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