Protecting & Safeguarding the Legal Status of Clients Throughout the Gulf Coast
The immigration lawyers at Holcomb & Russell in the Gulf Coast have successfully represented individuals, families, and businesses in immigration cases. We offer legal services in English and Spanish to better serve our clients. We understand that entering and staying in the United States legally is important to our clients, and we assist clients with all types of immigration matters.
Why Would a Green Card Application be Denied?
A green card application can be denied because of several reasons, including but not limited to mistakes on the required forms, missing documents, insufficient financial resources, or failure to demonstrate eligibility.
Navigating the Immigration System in Mississippi
The immigration process in the United States can be complicated, overwhelming, and frightening if you are threatened with possible deportation. It is helpful to have a knowledgeable Gulfport immigration lawyer on your side who can explain the process and help you find the best way to proceed in your situation. Our law firm represents clients that include individuals, families, and employers in a broad range of situations.
Immigration law is frequently changing, and there is a lot of misinformation within the local community regarding legal immigration. Our attorneys have extensive knowledge of immigration law and remain up-to-date with all changes and proposed changes to the immigration process. This allows us to provide the most effective representation possible to our clients.
We represent Mississippi clients in situations that include:
- Immigration filings
- Family-based immigration
- Defense in deportation
- Humanitarian-based immigration
- Employment-based immigration
- Student visas
- Deferred action
- Other immigration issues
How Long Can You Stay in the US if You Own Property?
If you own property and a B-2 visa, you can stay in the US for 6 months (the maximum amount of time non-residents can stay in the States). Applicants for a B-2 visa must also prove they have sufficient funds to support themselves during their stay. If you are looking to move to the States full-time, then this is a whole other ball game. Buying property in the United States could mean you will have to exchange your currency to US Dollars, which given the uncertainty surrounding the policies of US President Trump and global trade talks, is something you must watch carefully.
How do I Apply for a Green Card or Become a United States Permanent Resident?
If you are obtaining a green card through an immediate relative petition by your U.S. citizen spouse, parent, or child, a visa for permanent residence is immediately available once the Immigration Service grants the petition through form I-130.
What Type of Visa Should I Get if I Want to Become a Permanent United States Resident?
Depending on your current immigration status or situation, there are a number of visas available to foreign nationals wishing to permanently immigrate to the United States. There is a fiance visa, family visa, works visa and many more.
Representation Tailored to Your Unique Needs
Whether you are an individual threatened with deportation, an employer of a non-citizen, or you need help bringing a family member to the United States, Holcomb & Russell can help. Our Gulf Coast immigration attorneys begin by assessing each situation to identify the best course of action for that client. After we have determined the best way to proceed, we can implement a plan to resolve your immigration matter.