We specialize in US immigration matters, including immigrant and non-immigrant visa applications, and also represent clients with inadmissibility issues. Our firm is dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality of legal representation and candid legal advice. In this ever changing world, US immigration law can be extremely complex, and we are here to help you every step of the way.
Discussing your situation with an immigration expert can help you save time by narrowing your focus on the relevant options for your case, and will help you find the best solution for your long term goals.
At Cross Border Visas we focus exclusively on immigration law, staying up to date with the most recent changes and processing times for each particular type of application. Whether your goal is to live in the U.S. permanently or to come for a short visit, we will help you every step of the way and keep you informed throughout the process.
We provide legal advice for business owners and employees who wish to work in the United States. There are a variety of visa categories depending on the type of work you will perform, and we are here to help you understand all of your options and guide you through the process.
We provide legal opinion letters and guide clients through every step of the U.S. Loss of Nationality process. Generally, this service would be for U.S. Citizens who live abroad and maintain a second nationality, who wish to renounce their U.S. Citizenship.
Do you have an immediate family member who is a US Citizen or Permanent Resident? Immediate relatives include your Spouse, Siblings, Parents and Children over the age of 21. If so, you may be eligible for permanent residence in the US.
Inadmissibility to the U.S. generally stems from one of two issues: (1) A prior criminal conviction or (2) A prior immigration violation. If you fall into one of these categories, visiting the U.S. may be a difficult task. Moving to the U.S. permanently may be even more difficult.
Inadmissibility issues can be tough to handle on your own, and we are here to help if you don’t know where to turn. If you have any uncertainty about your application, it is better to contact an expert and discuss your case than leave it to chance. Contact an attorney at our office when you are ready to discuss your situation and we will inform you of all the options in your case.