Dallas Immigration Attorney
“Immigration law is a mystery and a mastery of obfuscation, and the lawyers who can figure it out are worth their weight in gold.” – USCIS spokeswoman Karen Kraushaar
Business, Employment, and Family Immigration
The problem for most people is that U.S. immigration rules are very complex and confusing. At Badmus & Associates, our attorneys help you solve the problem of dealing with the maze of immigration rules so you can avoid the wrong steps that can delay or even lose your case. With our unique Immigration Made Easy program, you can focus on your personal and business goals, rather than worry about your immigration matter.
Timing and reduced risk of rejection are critical in your immigration case. As the immigration solution professionals with years of experience in cutting through government red tape, our Texas immigration attorneys anticipate and address the issues in your immigration case for the best chance of approval.
Since 1993, our immigration team has helped thousands of immigration clients, making us well-versed in the ever-changing immigration rules and regulations. We keep up with these changes to avoid delay or denial of your case because of outdated information.
Our focused experience with immigration law and unique insight into the immigration process qualifies us to represent individuals and businesses on a wide range of immigration matters.
We can help you with:
- Temporary work visas for medical professionals, business or other professionals, investors, and religious workers (e.g., E, H, J, L, O, P, R and TN visas)
- Visas for nonimmigrant individuals, including students and their families; temporary visitors; and exchange visitors and their families
- Immigrant visas (green cards) for family members, including marriage, fiancé (e) and spouse/child/parent visas (e.g., K visas)
- Permanent residence (“green card”) for family members, medical professionals, business or other professionals, investors, and religious workers
- Citizenship applications
We also help employers avoid fines and penalties associated with immigration noncompliance.
Under the watchful eye of the Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and the Department of Justice’s Immigrant and Employee Rights Section (IER). now more than ever, all employers must take care that their immigration compliance procedures withstand scrutiny.
Badmus & Associates advises clients on the best practices to ensure compliance with employment eligibility verification (Form I-9) requirements arising out of the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 (IRCA), while avoiding immigration discrimination violations of the Unfair Immigration Related Employment Practice. We also conduct self-audits and training for employers and advise and represent employers who receive audit notices from ICE, EEOC, Department of Labor, and other immigration-related agencies.
In addition to I-9 compliance and guidance on using the E-Verify system, our Immigration attorneys help employers with labor condition application (LCA) compliance associated with H-1B visas and Department of Labor LCA regulations. We also advise and represent companies that are subject to investigations conducted by IER for immigration-related discrimination claims.
How Badmus & Associates Can Help
Given the high stakes of immigration cases, there is no room for error when completing an application. Every detail matters. The right attorney can provide much-needed guidance every step of the way. This ensures not only that clients understand the most confusing aspects of the legal process, but also, that they feel fully confident in their prospects moving forward.
The detail-oriented Texas immigration attorneys of Badmus & Associates are determined to provide exceptional service. We work hard to deliver the best possible outcomes for our valued clients.
Reach out to us today and get the right advice and the peace of mind that comes with the knowledge that you have the best help available for your life-changing immigration matter.
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