Immigration Attorney in Glendale
Whether your goal is to live temporarily or permanently in the United States,
the stakes in any immigration matter are extraordinarily high, and the
process can be rife with unexpected challenges. If you or a loved one
are applying for a visa, waiving grounds of inadmissibility, fighting
against deportation, becoming a U.S. citizen, or beginning any other endeavor
that involves the immigration system, you deserve highly experienced support.
Arnaout Immigration Law Firm, we have
45+ years of combined experience. We use this experience to provide efficient, informed, and high-caliber
legal assistance for every individual and family we serve. Immigration
is more than just our profession—it is our passion, which is why
we devote 100% of our efforts and resources to obtaining the best possible
solutions for our Glendale clients.
Want to learn more about what we can do for you? Call our Glendale immigration
(818) 276-9900 or
contact us online today.
Our Immigration Services
As a full-service immigration law firm, we can handle any issue you have,
no matter the level of complexity or number of obstacles. We have worked
exclusively in the field of immigration to develop a focused and powerful
set of skills and resources.
Come to Arnaout Immigration Law Firm for dedicated support with:
Naturalization and Citizenship. To become a U.S. citizen, you will need to either have a birthright claim
to citizenship or apply through the naturalization process. To naturalize,
you will first need to possess a valid green card.
Family-Based Immigration. As one of the most common ways to obtain a green card, family-based immigration
is when a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident sponsors a qualifying
family member for permanent residency.
Employment-Based Immigration. If you are a prospective employee of a U.S. employer, they can sponsor
you for a green card. This process is similar to family-based immigration
in many ways.
Investment Visas. If you invest a substantial amount of capital (e.g. cash, equipment, etc.)
into a qualifying U.S. commercial enterprise, you may become eligible
for a temporary or permanent visa such as the EB-5.
Self-Petitioning Visas. While family-based and employment-based immigration processes require a
relative or employer to sponsor you, certain circumstances may allow you
Temporary Visas. Formally called nonimmigrant visas, temporary visas grant anywhere from
a few months to several years of legal status. There are more than 30
types of nonimmigrant visas, each with its own designated purpose and
Deportation and Removal Defense. To protect yourself or a loved one from deportation, we may use one of
several effective strategies. In many cases, you will need to appear in
court before an immigration judge.
Waivers. If you acquire a waiver of grounds of inadmissibility, you are essentially
waiving a certain factor (e.g. unlawful presence, criminal charges, etc.)
that would normally prevent you from staying in the U.S. or obtaining
Deferred Action Programs. Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) was created to help undocumented
immigrants who entered the U.S. as children. It grants temporary status
(i.e. 2 years and potential extensions) to someone who has resided in
the U.S. unlawfully, so long as they meet all other requirements.
Asylum and Temporary Protected Status (TPS). TPS grants temporary legal status to individuals in the U.S. whose countries
of origin are experiencing certain dangerous events (e.g. natural disaster,
armed conflict, etc.). Asylum is similar, but it allows the individual
to eventually adjust their status to lawful permanent residency.
Let Us Provide the Guidance You Need
Each type of immigration process requires extraordinary commitment and
attention to detail. At Arnaout Immigration Law Firm, our Glendale immigration
lawyer is fully prepared to provide this level of support. We know how
high the stakes may be for you and your loved ones, and we believe you
deserve nothing short of exemplary legal services.
(818) 276-9900 or
contact us online today. We offer consultations and multilingual services.