Going Above & Beyond for Our Clients Myrtle Beach Immigration Lawyer

Myrtle Beach Immigration Lawyer

Serving Clients Throughout South Carolina

Maghzi Law Firm is able to handle all types of immigration cases. Whether you are seeking a visa or green card, or you need help with citizenship, our immigration lawyer can help. Our top priority is to help you successfully reach your immigration goals and give you the guidance you need throughout every step of the process.

To consult with our immigration attorney in Myrtle Beach, call our office today at (843) 800-2750.

How We Can Help

Our team can help with the following:

  • Visas
  • Asylum
  • Citizenship
  • Green card
  • Family immigration
  • Deportation defense
  • Adjustment of status

Our Myrtle Beach immigration attorney is here for you. We have successfully handled thousands of immigration cases, and our team is well-versed in the complexities of immigration law. We have a complete understanding of the immigration process and can help you file the necessary paperwork. Our team is ready to assist you with all of your immigration needs.

Immigration Fundamentals

At its core, immigration involves securing necessary documents like visas and green cards. Such paperwork permits entry and stay in the United States. The visa you require depends on your purpose for staying in the country, such as work, study, or family reunification.

The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) plays a key role in managing the immigration process. Potential immigrants often contend with lengthy wait times and meticulous scrutiny. Successfully immigrating requires meeting all criteria set forth by the law.

Like other states, South Carolina does not control immigration laws, but it enforces state laws affecting immigrants. For example, the state requires employers to verify the legal status of their workers. 

Our team understands the legal nuances immigrants face as they navigate their new environment. We are here to help you remain legally compliant and achieve a smoother transition for your stay in the States.

Hear from Our Clients Testimonials

"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

Employment-Based Immigration

Employment-based immigration is a key pathway for anyone seeking job opportunities in the U.S. This route primarily caters to professionals with specific skills and advanced degrees. It also helps those who fill job shortages. 

Every year, the U.S. issues a limited number of visas across five preference categories, ranging from priority workers, like researchers and multinational managers, to unskilled laborers. The process demands an employer in the U.S. to sponsor the applicant. 

The employer must first certify that no qualified U.S. worker can fill the position. They do this through the Labor Certification process. After securing this certification, the employer files a petition on behalf of the prospective employee. 

Successful applicants receive a visa, allowing them to work and live in the U.S. Our team is here to help you apply for a work visa, allowing you to remain in the States and make a positive impact.

The DREAM Act and Deferred Action

The DREAM Act and Deferred Action policies target undocumented individuals, offering pathways to legal status and protection from deportation.

The DREAM Act proposes permanent residency for qualifying young people who entered the U.S. as minors. Meanwhile, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) provides temporary relief from deportation and work authorization. DACA applicants must meet strict requirements, such as proving arrival in the U.S. before a certain age, continuous residence, and education or military service criteria. 

Our team can help you determine your eligibility for DACA or the DREAM Act. We can assess your circumstances and help you apply with the appropriate offices.

Why Choose Maghzi Law Firm?

When you work with us, you can expect:

  • Experience
    Our team has a strong understanding of the immigration process, and we have successfully handled all types of cases.
  • Strong Communication
    We are here to answer your questions, and we keep you informed throughout your immigration journey.
  • Individualized Attention
    We understand that every case is unique, and we give you the personalized legal solutions you need.
  • Aggressive Representation
    We are not afraid to take on the toughest immigration cases, and we will fight for you.

Contact us online to schedule a consultation with our Myrtle Beach immigration attorney.

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