Common Questions

Will I be deported?

Deportation is always a concern for immigrants, especially when they are facing criminal charges or they have stayed past the expiration date of their visa. If you know that you are facing deportation, working with an attorney can help you! Contact our team as soon as possible.

Can I bring my family with me into the United States?

If you are currently residing in the United States as a lawful permanent resident, you may be able to bring your family into the country on a family visa. Of course, there are some exceptions regarding the status of your visa and your family, so to learn more, you should work with a lawyer.

How do I know what visa I need?

Numerous types of visas are available; there is not a one-size-fits-all visa. Depending on the reason you are entering the country and the amount of time you plan to stay, your visa application may have various requirements. To determine which visa is right for you, contact our team!

I want to become a United States citizen. How do I get started?

Naturalization, or the act of becoming a citizen, can be a rewarding journey; however, in order to ensure that you get started on the right path, you need to contact Sariol Legal Immigration Centers. We can help you throughout the naturalization process.

What is a green card?

Green cards are government-issued identification cards that show that an immigrant has lawful permanent resident status. These can be difficult to obtain, and in order to ensure that your green card application process goes as smoothly as possible, you should work with Sariol Legal Immigration Centers.

Do I need to work with an attorney?

Yes! It is unwise to attempt to go through the United States visa system or navigate federal immigration processes on your own. The regulations governing immigration are constantly changing, and in order to protect your rights, you need to work with our team. To learn more about how Sariol Legal Immigration Centers can help you, schedule a free initial case evaluation with our office as soon as possible!

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