The United States is a nation built of a diverse set of individuals from all walks of life who come together for the purpose of creating a better life for themselves and their families. At Maghzi Law Firm, LLC, we understand the complex nuances that can affect an individual’s immigration status.
That is why we take pride in providing legal counsel to those who are trying to meet immigration requirements as they interact with the United States immigration authorities.
We will interpret the law as it applies to your case, analyze your rights and strategies, and guide you through any roadblocks along the way.
Multilingual Services for All Immigration Matters
At Maghzi Law Firm LLC our immigration attorney in Charleston can help you through all aspects of the immigration process, including immigrant and non-immigrant visas, asylum, adjustment of status, deportation defense, and more.
Choose Our Immigration Attorney Near You
We have helped numerous individuals live and work in the U.S. through employment-based immigration visas obtained by receiving a labor certification approval from the Department of Labor, or family-based immigration where U.S. citizens and lawful permanent residents sponsors certain family members for a visa that provides permanent residence, or a Green Card. Both of these processes have various eligibility requirements.
Our firm can also guide you and your family on the path to citizenship. Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a lawful permanent resident after meeting the requirements in the Immigration and Nationality Act.
The steps to becoming a citizen are multifaceted and include determining eligibility, preparing and submitting a form N-400 or an application for naturalization, attending any necessary biometric appointments, and completing the interview and application process.
It can be an extensive process and it often helps to have the assistance of a lawyer who understands it thoroughly.
Call (843) 800-2750 to schedule a consultation with our immigration attorney in Charleston.
"They are very professional, and they are always on the lookout for everything related to your case. I highly recommend this firm, because they help me a lot in my language, and they do everything possible to help with any questions one may have."- Erita Agustin
"I recently worked with Maghzi Law Firm and they were very professional! They were very responsive and organized. We had meetings when we needed too and requested all info that would help me out! We actually were over prepared:) lol great experience!!!"- Dominic McCrary
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DrivenGiven the amount of skill and experience this team has, we pledge to leave no stone unturned and going above and beyond to provide the best immigration services tailored to your needs.
ResourcefulWith a large team on hand and English, Spanish, Portuguese, and Farsi language-speaking services available, we aim to provide all the resources you need to make the immigration process easier.
RelatableAs an immigrant herself, founding attorney Ameneh Maghzi understands the difficulties of immigration and she has made it her mission to make the process as smooth as possible for her clients.
ExperiencedOur law firm specializes in immigration law, offering expert guidance and assistance in a variety of immigration services. Let us assist you with all your immigration needs
Why Do People Immigrate to the U.S.?
There are many reasons why individuals and families decide to leave their home country and immigrate to the United States. Below are some common reasons:
- They are facing persecution in their home country and are seeking asylum
- Obtaining employment
- Following opportunities for investment
- Reuniting with family members
Types of Visas Available in The U.S.
We often receive questions from people who are struggling with the visa application process. There are many different visa designations and figuring out which one is right for your situation can be complicated. There are two different types of visas: non-immigrant visas and immigrant visas.
What Are Non-Immigrant Visas?
Non-immigrant visas are for individuals who plan to travel to the United States temporarily. For example, if you are traveling to the U.S. to attend a university or take a business meeting, you would apply for a non-immigrant visa. There are quite a few different non-immigrant visas available, depending on the reason for your travel.
Common non-immigrant visas include:
- B-1 visas, used for conducting business
- B-2 visas, used for tourism or medical services
- E-2 visas, used for investment purposes
- F-1 visas, used for academic or language development
- H-1B visas, used for specialty work
What Is an Immigrant Visa?
Immigrant visas are for people who plan to move to the United States permanently. Suppose you are offered a full-time, permanent job in the U.S. You will need to apply for an immigrant visa. It is also common for people with families already living in the U.S. to apply for immigrant visas so that they can rejoin their families permanently.
Types of immigrant visas include:
- Diversity visas
- Employment-based visas
- Family preference visas
- Relative visas
Whether you plan to travel to the U.S. permanently or temporarily, the visa application process is quite involved. A lawyer can help you understand eligibility requirements and application fees, prepare and submit all necessary forms and paperwork, and help you prepare for the interview process. Working with an attorney can help you put your best foot forward and bring you peace of mind.
MAGHZI LAW FIRM, LLC IS PASSIONATE & DRIVEN
As an immigrant herself, Attorney Maghzi understands how confusing the immigration process can be. Attorney Maghzi is extensively experienced in immigration law and has also practiced in the field of international law. As a law firm, Maghzi Law Firm, LLC is sensitive to the challenges and issues all immigrants face, and our Charleston, SC immigration attorney is prepared to help you with your case. For your convenience, we offer our services in English, Portuguese, Spanish, and Farsi. Don't wait, reach out to an immigration attorney near you today!
Maghzi Law Firm, LLC provides detailed, personalized immigration services designed to protect your status in the U.S. Reach out to us online or call our office at (843) 800-2750. Speak to a Charleston immigration attorney near you today.
Why Hire a Lawyer to Help with Your Immigration Case?
We understand that the immigration process can be complicated, and it helps to have someone by your side who can guide you through it and make your journey a bit easier. Some of the benefits of hiring an attorney include:
- Comprehensive preparation and presentation of the necessary paperwork, which typically includes dozens of documents, saving you time and stress
- Full awareness of the options available to you, such as the potential ways you can get a Green Card, familiarity with follow-up immigration visa laws, and other immigration benefits
- Assurance that you are not inadmissible due to government assistance or other reasons
- Opportunity to persuade immigration authorities to offer specific benefits or exceptions if necessary
- Assistance with supplying additional evidence for your case if necessary
- Help navigating an emergency immigration situation
- Assistance with protection from removal from the United States due to criminal offense or another issue
- Filling potential gaps in assistance that are not being provided by an employer moving you to the United States
- Support with planning an investment-based visa
To consult a lawyer about your immigration needs, call (843) 800-2750 today to speak with an immigration attorney near you.
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