Hiring a Minnesota Immigration Attorney Can Make All the Difference In Whether or Not You Get In
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Category: Immigration

Even attorneys find the immigration laws convoluted.  It’s especially difficult for the lay person to understand them.  It can be a difficult and often time consuming process.  The United State immigration can seem formidable and the process can be unforgiving.  It’s important to have an attorney working for you who can give the best chance of success.  By hiring a Minnesota Immigration Attorney your chances of success will dramatically increase.


There are two main types of visas.  The first is a permanent visa, commonly called a “Green Card.”  This is granted to an individual who wants to stay in the United States for a long time or perhaps permanently.  The fastest way to have your application denied is to lie on the application itself or lie to an immigration officer.  If you are caught, you run the risk of potentially never receiving a visa.  Having an experienced Minneapolis Immigration Law Firm prepare the necessary paperwork for your visa dramatically increases the chances of your application being granted.


The second common type of visa is a temporary or nonimmigrant visa.  This visa is primarily for people who what to visit the United State for a specific purpose.  Often these are for students and business people coming to work for a short time.  Tourists can also get a visa if they want to come to the United States for an extended visit.


For people who want to come for a short term there is a Visa Waiver Program.  They must come to the United States with a machine readable passport and their stay needs to be 90 days or less. They may need to prove they have enough money for their entire stay and can be expelled for little reason.  Before embarking on any immigration journey it is best to consult with a Minnesota Immigration Attorney.

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