Immigration to the United States can be difficult, especially considering the ever-shifting landscape of immigration law in the country. It can be confusing understanding what is asked of you when you start the immigration process to the United States. Which documents are required of you, where and how to interview, and how much you owe are just some of the things to consider when attempting to immigrate to the U.S. through the United States Citizenship and Immigration services. Here at Koch Law we can help you with all of that.
Understanding the USCIS
The United States Immigration and Citizenship Services (USCIS) is the governmental body of the U.S. charged with overseeing lawful immigration into the United States by foreign-born individuals. The services provided by USCIS are as follows:
- Petitions for citizenship
- Immigration of family members
- Work visa authorization
- Work verification
- Other Visa applications (Student, tourist, victim of crime, etc…)
USCIS is responsible for reviewing all documents and waives required by the applicant for their particular immigration path and then issuing a judgement on that.
Representation in front of the USCIS
If you or a family member are looking to immigrate to the United States through the USCIS, we at Koch Law are here to help you navigate all the twists and turns that come with that to make sure you have the best chance at lawfully immigrating to the United States. We will help you fill out and file forms, make sure deadlines for payment are hit, help represent you through the interview process and all other requirements as set forth by the USCIS in your matter.