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Immigrant Visas in Charleston

HELPING YOU LIVE AND WORK PERMANENTLY IN THE U.S.

An immigrant visa is issued to a foreign national who intends to live and work permanently in the United States. It typically involves an individual being sponsored by a relative or an employer through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

After the USCIS approves the petition, the petitioner will have to complete pre-processing with the National Visa Center (NVC). An immigrant visa must be presented at a U.S. port-of-entry before the visa expires.


Attorney Ameneh Maghzi can help you with all of these key parts of the visa process. To schedule a consultation, call (843) 800-2750.


Types of Immigrant Visas

Our firm can help you seek many types of immigrant visas, including:

  • Relative visas, which are based on a close family relationship with a U.S. citizen like a spouse, child, or parent
  • Family preference visas, which are reserved for more distant familial relationships with a U.S. citizen
  • Diversity visas, which allow randomly selected individuals to obtain permanent residency
  • Employment-based immigrant visas, which cover a variety of prioritized workers

What Are the Benefits of Obtaining an Immigrant Visa?

You know that the team at Maghzi Law Firm LLC will be here with you through the process of obtaining an immigrant visa, but you might be wondering what the benefits will be of going through this potentially extensive process. Some of the advantages of obtaining an immigrant visa include: 

  • The ability to enter the U.S. without the risk of being denied entry
  • The right to apply for government-sponsored financial aid for education
  • An increase of job opportunities
  • The ability to start your own business or corporation
  • Access to government grants and certain types of legal assistance
  • Eligibility to apply for naturalization at a later point
  • The ability to obtain a mortgage in order to purchase a home with greater ease
  • The ability to own property, firearms, and other assets

At Maghzi Law Firm LLC, it is truly our passion to help you access these resources. We understand that if you are trying to apply for an immigrant visa, you might be overwhelmed with the various steps of the process. We would like to take some weight off of your shoulders and make sure all of the necessary steps are made to help you obtain your immigrant visa.


For legal assistance, call our office at (843) 800-2750 or contact us online.


Commonly Asked Questions

Can Attorney Ameneh Maghzi assist with different types of immigrant visas?

Yes, Attorney Ameneh Maghzi can assist with a variety of immigrant visas, including relative visas for close family members of U.S. citizens, family preference visas for more distant familial relationships, diversity visas for randomly selected individuals, and employment-based immigrant visas for prioritized workers. The firm's comprehensive services cater to the unique needs of each client in Charleston and surrounding areas.

How can Maghzi Law Firm LLC help with my immigrant visa application?

Maghzi Law Firm LLC can help with your immigrant visa application by providing legal assistance throughout the entire process. The firm's passion is to help clients access the resources they need, ensuring that all necessary steps are taken to obtain an immigrant visa. They aim to alleviate the stress of the application process and provide support in navigating the complexities of immigration law.

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