Norris McLaughlin provides a full-service immigration practice whose trained professionals have extensive experience in the field of immigration law. The Immigration Law Group is skilled in all types of immigration matters and representation before the nation’s immigration-related agencies, including the Department of Homeland Security, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), Executive Office for Immigration Review, Board of Immigration Appeals, Department of State, United States Embassies and Consulates, Department of Labor, and any other federal agency, whether in the United States or overseas. The attorneys in the Immigration Law Group are experience members of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. The Norris McLaughlin Immigration Practice is broad in scope, with extensive national and global capabilities, to serve individuals and families; small, mid-size, and large businesses; national and international corporations; non-profits, hospitals, universities, colleges, and research institutions; manufacturers, importers, exporters, investors, and others, to allow for ease in clients’ global mobility. The Immigration Law Group leads in all types of immigration matters, including: Corporate Immigration Employee Immigrant Visa Multi-National Executives and Managers Persons with Extraordinary Abilities Professors and Researchers Professionals with Advanced Degrees – National Interest Waiver Persons with Exceptional Abilities – National Interest Waiver Skilled and Unskilled Laborers IT, Manufacturing, and Professionals of Other Industries Foreign Medical Graduates, Doctors, Nurses, and Other Healthcare Professionals Broadcasters Religious Workers PERM Labor Certifications Prevailing Wage Determinations Recruitment and Continued Compliance Policies Consular Processing Employee Non-Immigrant Visas E-1, Treaty Traders and Qualified Employees E-2, Treaty Investors and Qualified Employees E-3, Specialty Occupation Professionals from Australia H-1B, Workers in Specialty Occupations H-1C, Registered Nurses H-2A, Temporary or Seasonal Agriculture Workers H-2B, Temporary Non-Agriculture Workers H-3, Trainees L-1, Intracompany Managerial, Executive, Specialty Occupation Transferees O-1, Persons of Extraordinary Ability in Sciences, Arts, Education, Business, Athletics, Motion Pictures, or Television Production P-1A, Internationally Recognized Athletes P-1B, Internationally Recognized Performers Q-1, Persons Participating in International Cultural Exchange Program R-1, Religious Workers TN, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Temporary Professional Visas for Individuals from Mexico and Canada Extensions and Changes of Status Consular Processing I-9 Compliance Matters Form I-9 Processing E-Verify Employer Agent Form I-9 Remote Employee Verification Form I-9 Employer Training Form I-9 Internal Audits Immigration and Customs Enforcement Site Inspections and Random Audits Access to NMMVerify.com, Norris McLaughlin’s Employer I-9 Verification and E-Verify Portal Import/Export Matters – CBP Representation before the United States Court for International Trade Appearances at Ports-of-Entry for Import and Export Compliance and Investigation Matters Inland Port Agent Attorney Individual Immigration Immigrant Visas Diversity Visa Program Family Based Immigrant Petitions (spouse of US Citizen, relative of a US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident) Employer Sponsored Immigrant Work Petitions (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, and EB-4 Immigrant Visas) EB-5 Individual Investor Visa Consular Processing Non-Immigrant Visas Visitor Visas (B-1/B-2) Student Visas Trainee Visas OPT Applications STEM OPT Matters Entertainment, Sports, and Media Visas A, B, C, D, H, I, J, L, M, O, and P Visas Humanitarian and Parole Requests Treaty Trader/Treaty Investor Visas TN, North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) Temporary Professional Visas for Individuals from Mexico and Canada Extensions and Changes of Status Consular Processing Family Immigration Immigrant Relative Petitions (Spouses, Parents, Siblings, Children, Stepchildren, Adopted Children) Adjustments of Status to Lawful Permanent Residency Hardship Waivers Fiancée Petitions Removal of Conditions on Permanent Residency International Adoptions Consular Processing Deportation Defense Representation of undocumented individuals who entered without proper documents or overstayed their visa. Immigration Court Representation Detained Bond Proceedings Stopped at the Airport Arriving Aliens Relief from Deportation Motion to Terminate Proceedings Challenge Government Evidence Challenge Burden of Proof Cancellation of Removal for Lawful Permanent Residents Cancellation of Removal for Non-Lawful Permanent Residents 212(c) Waiver 212(h) Waiver 237(a)(1)(H) Waiver VAWA U-Visa T-Visa S-Visa Adjustment of Status Citizenship Claim Voluntary Departure Temporary Protected Status (TPS) Registry Executive Action Administrative Closure to Proceed with the Stateside Waiver Administrative Closure for Humanitarian Purposes Requests for Discretionary Relief from the Department of Homeland Security (Form I-246) Requests for Prosecutor’s Discretion Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Asylum, Withholding of Removal and Protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture Criminal Immigration Review of Immigration Consequences of Local, State, and Federal charges, plea bargains, and convictions Criminal Defense Attorney Immigration Matter Support, including Immigration Consequences Opinion Letters and testimony before criminal courts on immigration consequences Motions to Vacate, Post-Conviction Relief Motions, and Criminal Appeals, related to immigration-related consequences of a criminal conviction Administrative Agency Immigration Appeals Appeals to the Board of Immigration Appeals Appeals of USCIS denials before the Administrative Appeals Office Motions to Reopen before the Board of Immigration Appeals Motions to Reconsider before the Board of Immigration Appeals Federal Immigration Appeals Petitions for Review before Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal Petitions for Writ of Certiorari before the United States Supreme Court Oral Arguments before Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal and the United States Supreme Court Habeas Petitions & Writs Habeas Petitions – Challenging Prolonged or Mandatory Immigration Custody Writs of Mandamus before Federal District Courts to Compel USCIS application decisions and reconsiderations Protective Visas U-Visas, Victims of Crimes in the United States Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) T-Visas, Victims of Human Trafficking Continued Presence (CP) Significant Public Benefit Parole Deferred Action S-Visas, Cooperation Visa Asylum, Withholding of Removal and Protection under the United Nations Convention Against Torture EB-5 Investor Visa Program Representation of Foreign Investors in Direct Investments and Regional Center Investments Regional Center Formations and Management Representation of US organizations seeking EB-5 Investment Capital from Foreign Investors Naturalization Individual-Based Naturalization (5 Years as a Lawful Permanent Resident) Spouse-Based Naturalization (3 Years as a Lawful Permanent Resident and Married to a US Citizen for 3-Years) Complex Naturalization Matters, involving Criminal Justice Interactions, Prior Immigration Issues, Good Moral Character Determinations, Disability Exemption Requests Naturalization Interview Preparation and Representation Denaturalization Proceedings Federal Court Naturalization Actions Executive Action – Trump Immigration Doctrine Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)
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