Guiding Individuals, Families and Businesses Toward a Positive Outcome Since 1987
For more than 25 years, the New Jersey Immigration Attorneys at the Scheer Immigration Law Group have been dedicated to helping clients throughout Morris, Essex and Sussex counties with his or her immigration issues, including visa, green card and permanent residency cases. Immigration law cases can have an immeasurable effect on individuals, families and businesses, but our firm offers clients high-quality legal representation as we fight to help them live the American dream.
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Handling a Range of Immigration Law Issues
At The Scheer Immigration Law Group, our New Jersey Immigration Attorneys provide legal counsel and representation for clients dealing with a variety of immigration law matters. Through our compassionate counsel, our firm assists clients with the following issues:
- Permanent residency — The help of our skilled New Jersey Immigration Attorneys is essential when you want to attain permanent residency in the United States. We help you avoid the issues and delays associated with the naturalization process so your case is resolved quickly and effectively.
- Non-immigrant visas — If you are planning a temporary stay in the United States for business, family or tourism reasons, our firm ensures that your non-immigrant visa adheres to U.S. law.
- Student visa — For clients planning to study in the United States, we make sure that your student visa petition is processed in a timely fashion so you can continue your education without difficulty.
- Deportation — When you are being threatened with deportation, our firm builds a persuasive case and fights for you in court. We have extensive knowledge of the deportation process and know when your rights are being infringed upon.
- Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals — The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program allows certain immigrant candidates to receive two years of employment authorization in the United States, depending on how old they were when they came here. We determine if you are eligible for the program, and if you are, we guide you through the process to get the protection to which you are entitled.
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If you are going through a complex immigration case and need counsel from an accomplished attorney, call The Scheer Immigration Law Group today at (973) 532-5330 or contact us online for the thorough representation your case deserves. Our office is in Morristown, New Jersey, and Serves clients throughout New Jersey including, Morris County, Dover, Parsippany-Troy Hills, Essex County, Sussex County, Bergen County, Warren County, Passaic County, and Union County.
An Introduction to U.S. Immigration Law
United States immigration law remains in constant flux. This is both a source of confidence and of worry to hopefully immigrants, to green card holders, and to anyone unsure of his or her immigration status, either inside the U.S. or out. While “comprehensive immigration reform” remains a high priority for most federal politicians, when this will come or what shape it will take is anyone’s guess. For now, there are many paths to immigration or travel in the U.S. These are short and long, straight and zig-zagging, and all marked with lettered and numbered sign-posts, confusing even to experts.
Most visitors to the U.S. come on some form of visa. The first distinction you might make is between immigrant visas and non-immigrant visas. Officially, a person would seek an immigrant visa when intending to make the U.S. his or her permanent home, and a non-immigrant visa when intending to travel or work in the U.S. and maintain a permanent home elsewhere. However, both types of visas could lead to citizenship or at least Lawful Permanent Residency.
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You will see that there are dozens of types of visas. There are still other ways to get to the U.S. – and stay here for as long as you’d like – beyond visas. When faced with so many paths (and so many signposts), you’ll want to know which one is best for your aims and your circumstances. It would be nice to talk to someone who’d personally traveled down all those paths – filled out every possible form and tested every possible option. No one in the world fits this bill, of course: once you’re a U.S. citizen, you have that status for life, and would never need to take a second trip to the same (legal) destination.
The closest you can get to that kind of counsel would be to talk with an experienced immigration attorney. If you can find an attorney who knows all the forms and options, who’s tested creative paths to citizenship, who keeps on top of changes to immigration law and policy, and who’s advised hundreds of immigrants on their way to visas, green cards, work permits, and naturalization, you’ll have a much better chance at getting where you want to go. With a trustworthy attorney you’ll have a better chance at avoiding some hurdles, clearing others with ease, keeping down costs, and keeping your family together. After you educate yourself about U.S. immigration generally, talk to an attorney who can help plot out a course for you based on your aspirations and on the particulars of your situation.
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