Mohammed, Shamaileh & Tabahi, LLC has over a decade of experience working with clients on their immigration matters. If you’re an immigrant or foreign national, we are here to guide you through the complex immigration processes. Our expertise extends to the following:
- Visa applications
- Green cards
- Deportation Issues
- Employment for non-citizens
Mohammed, Shamaileh & Tabahi, LLC is familiar with the application process from the strict deadlines involved through the closure of the matter. We will do everything in our power to expedite processing times and help you achieve the best outcome possible. If you are facing any of the following situations, we encourage you to give us a call today.
If the USCIS has denied your immigration application, an immigration attorney will be able to determine why. Situations like these can be discouraging and difficult to understand. At MST Law, we will explain to you what the reasoning was for the denial and explain your options to you.
Sometimes it is possible to re-apply or appeal the application. Nonetheless, this process is less stressful when you have an experienced law firm by your side.
Seeking an Employment-Based Visa
The process to obtain an employment-based visa can be complicated. Once an employee receives their green card, they can work anywhere. It need not be with the employer who sponsored their green card in all circumstances.
If your prospective employer is not assisting with immigration issues, an attorney can help. At Mohammed, Shamaileh & Tabahi, LLC, we help ensure that employers are fulfilling their obligations to their immigrant workers.
Convicted of a Crime
If you have been convicted of a crime, you have likely had to disclose this on the USCIS form you filed. Almost all USCIS forms ask whether the applicant has a criminal record. Applicants must disclose their criminal records, even charges that the courts dropped.
If this is your case, get in touch with one of our attorneys. We understand the intersection between immigration and criminal law. We will be able to help you navigate these complex waters. Through a brief consultation, we will likely be able to discuss your options thoroughly and advise how best to proceed.
Children are eligible for permanent resident status. However, eligibility differs depending on age. The procedure for residency is different for children over 21. At Mohammed, Shamaileh & Tabahi, LLC, we will help you determine the best method when filing for your children.
Our team of attorneys at Mohammed, Shamaileh & Tabahi, LLC takes pride in the countless clients we have helped adjust their immigrant status. Whether you need employment-based or family-based immigration services, we can explain the process in layman’s terms and represent you the entire way through.
Visa Application Based on Marriage
If you married a U.S. citizen and terminated the marriage before having conditions removed on your permanent resident status, you should definitely retain an attorney. It is difficult to prove that the marriage was legitimate. Whether the marriage termination was due to death or divorce, you will have to prove it was not fraudulent.
The same thing goes if you’ve recently adjusted your permanent resident states, got divorced, and have married another U.S. citizen. There are two issues here, the first one being the first marriage may be subject to suspicions of fraudulence. The second issue is that you’ll need to secure your residency status. To handle these issues, you’ll need the advice of a lawyer.
If an individual has previously experienced deportation or excluded entry into the United States, they will need to contact an attorney. Sometimes, these scenarios mean that future applications will not get accepted. Our law firm office will review your case and make you aware of your options. Get in touch with us today!