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Sebelist Buchanan Law PLLC is dedicated to assisting families as they navigate through the complicated immigration process. Spouses and children can often have different immigration statuses, and in these sensitive cases, we work tirelessly to keep your family together. As your family immigration attorney in Nashville, TN, we offer diligent representation and expert advice. Whatever the immigration status of you and your family member, you can trust our law firm to be your compassionate advocate. Schedule and appointment today to review:
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Our law firm is highly experienced in the field of immigration law, including Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). When it comes to immigration legal services, we have the expertise you can trust to help you achieve your goals. You are not alone if you are facing the daunting process of immigration to the United States. Whether you are seeking citizenship or temporary work document, our law firm is on your side. Let us assist you as you make your way through the legal system.
My wife and I wanted to use a lawyer to navigate the increasingly complex green card process. We didn't want any delays in our processing. Bruce and his staff were very kind and helped out throughout our process and we had a successful result. We would recommend him!
There are several types of immigrant visas, which means the foreign nationals will receive their green card, including:
Initially, the employer must file with the U.S. Department of Labor for a Prevailing Wage Determination (PWD). Once that is received, the employer must engage in recruitment to determine there is no US worker qualified and available for the job. If after recruitment, one does not find a qualified employee, then the employer files for a PERM Labor Certification with U.S. Department of Labor.After certification, the employer files an I-140 petitioning to permanently employ a foreign national. The foreign national files a I-485 seeking permanent residence.Sometimes, the beneficiary (foreign national) may already be present in the U.S. on a non-immigrant visa, such as an H-1B or L. Other times, he is outside the U.S.
Employers often want to employ immigrants for several years, up to 7 years depending on the visa. Bruce works with employers to legally employ immigrants through visas.Below are the kind of non-immigrant visas that we regularly work on: