Immigrating to the United States is a dream shared by many people in the world. The United States’ immigration laws determine who is allowed to enter the country, the length of a foreign national’s stay, how a lawful permanent resident becomes a U.S. citizen, and how out of status foreign nationals are detained or removed from the United States.
The Law Office of Tejal Mehta provides individualized and high quality legal representation on a wide range of immigration matters, including citizenship applications, family based immigration, employment related immigration, immigration waivers, asylum claims, DACA, WAVA, removal proceedings, and immigration appeals. Experienced immigration attorney Tejal Mehta will take the time to understand your circumstances and goals to come up with an appropriate strategy. We invite you to schedule an appointment to learn more about your immigration options.
Foreign nationals must obtain permission to come to the United States through the grant of either an immigrant or non-immigrant visa. Immigrant visas are for those who want to stay in this country and become employed here. These visas are limited by country-specific quotas. Non-immigrant visas are for tourists, students, and business people who are here temporarily.
Self-representation to obtain an immigration benefit is not recommended. The immigration regulations require individuals to submit a detailed application and supporting evidence to demonstrate that they qualify under the existing law for the immigration benefit they are seeking. Because immigration regulations change frequently, it is difficult for anyone without formal training to stay current on the law.
Whether you are applying for citizenship, sponsoring your spouse for a green card, sponsoring a foreign worker for an employment based visa, applying for DACA, or fighting removal proceedings, attorney Tejal Mehta wants to help you succeed. Please don’t hesitate to contact the Law Office of Tejal Mehta at (610) 994-0295 or firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss your case.